The New Girl looks like an old pro at the Beverly Hills awards show, wearing a crimson Oscar de la Renta dress with a matching Jimmy Choo clutch, Graziela Earrings and black Christian Louboutin pumps to pick up her statue for best actress in a comedy series.
Her Modern Family character Claire Dunphy may be most comfortable in jeans and tees, but the actress (who nabbed the title of best supporting comedy actress) goes all out in an elaborately ruffled, structured and embroidered dress with black accessories, including a Judith Leiber clutch.
The best supporting actress in a drama winner (for her role in Mad Men) takes style seriously as proven by this ankle-length, puff-sleeve sheer dress, worn with bow-adorned pumps, a Tacori diamond ring and a shimmering Judith Leiber minaudière.
Once again proving that short hair goes with everything, the actress shows her edgy side in a sequined Viktor & Rolf dress with a plunging mesh panel, plus retro-inspired heels and a Lauren Merkin clutch.
We’re guessing this didn’t come from her Wasilla wardrobe. The actress (who picked up an award for her role as Sarah Palin in Game Change) looks every bit a winner in a black-and-white halter sheath, accessorized with blush sandals and red lips.
Maybe no one told her Golden Girls is off the air? The actress makes a sweeping entrance in a (surprisingly formal!) liquid-gold Donna Karan gown with a dramatic train, plus Neil Lane diamonds and Christian Louboutin heels.
Nabbing a trophy for best guest performance in a drama series, the Southland star trades her tough cop duds for an ethereal, flowing, ruffled and lacy baby pink gown, a golden Roger Vivier clutch and delicate earrings.
She may have ditched her Nashville-inspired country curls, but Hayden looks just as sweet, thanks to a ruffled blue mini with side cutouts, bow-embellished patent heels, Loree Rodkin jewels and a sparkly clutch.