Monday, June 9, 2014

Stars and Garters: Tonys 2014

Broadway is still buzzing over the Tonys. We're all still in the thrall of that presentation of theater, music, and, of course, fashion. While we can only speculate what the stars might be wearing under their gowns, we're here to help you bring red carpet style to the boudoir.

                                   Idina Menzel
(Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)

Idina Menzel's sultry red dress from Zac Posen complements her coloring beautifully, with an elegant drape that accentuates her curves.

The look is similar to that of the Angela Friedman Pivoine bralette. Idina's dress and Angela's design are both made in a luxurious silk with a swooping, textured shape. The rich red color is both glamorous and flattering.


(Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)

Orfeh arrived in floor-length baroque lace, with a nude slip providing bold contrast. The pattern and texture make a strong statement that is accentuated by matching black and metallic jewelry.

The same style of illusion netting fused with a sexy, lacy sweetheart neckline can be seen in the Fleur of England Belle de Nuit Baroque body. The dramatic black lace is a stunning compliment to the sheer base structure.

Linda Emond
(Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)

Linda Emond looks absolutely gorgeous in this confection of tulle and brocade embroidery. The nude illusion gives a sexy edge to this beautifully detailed dress, with the lacy-looking red embellishments complimenting her lipstick and and calling attention to her face, across her shoulders, and all the way down to the floor.

For this artistic and alluring effect, we like the Silvia lace collection from Kriss Soonik. The red lace covers, but does not conceal, for a feminine sensuality that cannot be ignored.

If you're looking for a splurge option, Agent Provocateur has a beautiful set in an almost identical style, bringing the same great look to a much more intimate setting.

                            Vera Farmiga
(Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)

Vera Farmiga's look is sleek, simple, and timeless, with contrasting swerves that draw the eye and add flattering detail.

Striped detail is the pattern focus for the Angela Friedman Dentelle set, which features a delicate and transparent fabric suggestive of old-Hollywood style.

                           Krystal Joy Brown
(Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)

Krystal Joy Brown arrived in a low-cut, almond-colored dress accentuated with images of lips. The shine of the fabric and the subtle shade give her a soft, elegant glow.

The Eleanor Almond Draped Back Gown by Harlow & Fox is a production of a nightgown. With its long skirt, classic shape, and understated color, it's almost red carpet ready itself.

What were your favorite looks from the Tonys? Let us know which celebrities are inspiring your wardrobe.

Here's to looking good and feeling fabulous,
Jenny Bee

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