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Emmanuelle Chriqui's sunny style

Published 01/06/2015

Emmanuelle Chriqui
Emmanuelle Chriqui

The Critics Choice TV Awards was awash with actresses dressed to the nines last night.

The 37-year-old actress could have fooled onlookers into thinking she was a decade younger as she graced the blue carpet in Los Angeles wearing a gorgeous floor length gown. Its strapless finish showed off her golden tan, which clashed against the pale shade of the dress beautifully, while the subtle pleats added depth.

Emmanuelle kept accessories to a minimum with sparkling silver bracelets on each wrist and small stud earrings and she reflected this minimal approach with her beauty look. With a dash of pale pink lippy and a coat of mascara the star showed off her natural beauty, letting her enviable brown tresses do the talking.

Another A-lister looking younger than her years was Felicity Huffman, who went for a daringly low-cut number highlighting her svelte physique. The bodycon design may have been revealing over the chest but its midi length ensured the actress' modesty was intact, and a black band around the waist gave even more definition.

She may have lost out on the best actress in a movie or limited series for her part in American Crime, but that didn't stop her from winning with her look, completed by black heels and a casual low bun.

Gillian Jacobs put her porcelain pins on display in a cute minidress featuring a navy embroidered skirt and off-the-shoulder bodice.

She matched her eyeshadow to the deep shade of her outfit as her light brown locks tumbled in loose curls, adding even more glamour.

"Styling @caleyrinkermakeup: @stephensollitto hair: @hairbyjohnd (sic)" she wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of her before the ceremony.

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