Fashion Lily of Modern Family Emmy Dress

Published on September 24th, 2013 | by GreatGets

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Lily of Modern Family Wears Tea Collection to the 2013 Emmys

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All of us here at Great Gets spend way too many hours after the Emmys trying to figure out who wore what.  Here’s the answer to the Modern Family girls’ Emmy Awards style: Ariel Winter wore a Lorena Sarbu dress, Jacquie Auche jewels, Brian Atwood shoes, and a Ferragamo clutch. Sarah Hyland wore a CH by Carolina Herrera dress accessorized with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, Swarovski clutch, and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.  Aubrey Anderson-Emmons who plays “Lily” wore an exclusive Tea Collection dress to the 65th Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.

For this year’s Emmys, Emily Meyer, Chief Creative Officer and Co-Founder of Tea Collection was inspired by the elegant oversized sash worn with traditional Japanese robes when designing Aubrey’s dress:
“The dress has a delicate bateau neckline with a graduated hem skirt, and we added a dramatic knotted tie to captivate on the red carpet. Aubrey’s favorite colors are pink and purple so I was delighted to have found this beautiful floral silk ikat – I just knew it would make the perfect accent to the lavender silk satin dress. It is sophisticated yet sweet, the perfect complement to Aubrey’s spirited charm.” 

sarah hyland, ariel winter, and Aubrey Anderson-Emmons Emmy Awards 2013 Red Carpet Style

Sarah Hyland wearing CH by Carolina Herrera | Aubrey Anderson-Emmons wearing a custom, one-of-a-kind  Tea Collection | Ariel Winter wearing Lorena Sarbu 

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