A Grey's Anatomy Emmy Fashion Breakdown

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A quick look at four Grey's Anatomy beauties and their Emmy Awards outfits last night, with plenty more pictures to come later ...

Kate Walsh at the Emmys
Ellen Pompeo: Emmy Awards
Katherine Heigl, Emmy Style
Sandra Oh, 2007 Emmy Awards

TOP ROW: Newlywed Kate Walsh is red hot in her cowl-neck crimson satin Pamela Dennis gown, Neil Lane diamonds and matching lips, while engaged Ellen Pompeo that her "boyfriend" Michael Kors created her feminine navy gown that she paired with jewels from Fred Leighton.

BOTTOM ROW: Katherine Heigl is a throwback to Old Hollywood in her fish tail Zac Posen gown, Mary Norton clutch and classic red lips, while Sandra Oh is the picture of refined elegance in her black and white Bottega Veneta gown and H. Stern's diamond jewels.

Who's outfit is your favorite? What are your thoughts?

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wow sandra oh looks good for once!
love katherine heigl's lipstick the dress is okay
ellen pompeo and kate walsh both have pretty dresses and ruin it with the hair


I think all of them look stunning. i was watching the pre-emmy show, and saw ellen's hair was like, wth? But as I looked at it longer, it really growed on me. So did everyone else's! I think Ellen is fine wearing strapless. She looks pretty awesome in that dress.


I thought they all looked beautiful -- though Kate Walsh's hair just was silly. The dresses, though, gorgeous, all four.... Am I wrong, though, for thinking Ellen Pompeo is too thin to be wearing strapless?


Ellen's gown is a classic great. She's never a bore. I guess the hair is supposed to complete the look. I love her as always. The rest are good as well. All their hair initially looks off but as a whole they were able to pull it off. But where's our Paddy?


Yeah exactly Kate Walsh looks gorgeous no matter HOW you look at it so I don't know where on Earth your comments are coming from! Katherine Heigl is just stunning in that dress. You have to admit that even if you think that her styles are getting too old -- I don't think that's true either but a couple of people have said that to me, at least. Sandra Oh looks gorgeous. End of story. Ellen Pompeo... when I first saw her hair I was like "HOLY CRAP" but now I'm starting to like it. I love her dress, though.


Shut up Kate Walsh haters! Omg.Give KW a break for crying out loud. The dress and her hir is gorgeous anyway so grrrrrrr. Amelia x


KW's dress kind of looked like a nightie and the hair was horrid, so a big no for me!! EP's look grew on me and i love her MK dress, the hair really completes the outfit. SO looks good. I wish KH would wear a different kind of dress, she always wears the prom like dresses...she needs to get a new style!


well...i really like ellen and kate's dress...their my faves dresses...but what's with the hair??!!sandra and katherine's dresses r cool too!!!


sandra's still the best. i think she looks good from head to toe. absolutely perfect! she's beautiful and elegant! it was really sad for me that she didn't win. but congrats katherine. your speech at the emmy's touched me. keep shining girls at grey's. love ya.


I love Ellens dress, she pulled off the fourties fifties look thing very nicely. All in all she was stunning in person. she can pull off anything, Her and Chris looked absolutely adorable.


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