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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Sandra Oh looks so elegant. I love that her hair looks vintage. Notice how Sandra and Ellen's haircut are kind of similar???

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i agree walsh is horrid

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I like all Grey's girl. I don't like Kate Walsh (and then she isn't Grey's anymore).

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Everyone looks lovely but i hate to say it i don´t like Ellen´s hair. I´m SO sorry. But her dress i s favourite. It´s also her on-screen boyfriends favourite colour. I´m taking that as a good sighn. one more thing where´s the McManCandy of SGH SERIOUSLY

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