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3 Dresses You Didn't See at the Emmys

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You’ve seen the Emmys gowns by now, but if your viewing consumption consisted solely of the red carpet show and the ceremony itself, you’re missing out. Why? Because some of the post-event party dresses (slash late-night In-N-Out Burger outfits) were just as cool. We rounded up three of them that are worth a look.

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Sarah Hyland hit the red carpet in a green custom silk CH Carolina Herrera gown with a lace overlay, plunging neckline and black waistband. But after the show, the Modern Family actress ditched the long look and changed into a teal Talbot Runhof cocktail dress with a sequin-embellished front panel, pictured above, for the post-Emmy Fox party. (Hey, we’d want to be in more dance-friendly wear, too, if our TV show had just won an Emmy for the fourth consecutive time.)

Emma Roberts was nowhere to be seen on the actual red carpet, but that fact doesn’t really matter, if you ask us, because she still wore a noteworthy dress to the same party that Hyland attended. The 22-year-old star stepped out in a figure-hugging, vibrant orange Stella McCartney gown with cutout panels on the back and accessorized with a gold clutch.

Joining Emma Roberts on the no-red-carpet-but-I’ll-hit-the-afterparty beat: Anna Camp of True Blood. She attended the HBO after party in an ivory-and-teal colorblock Catherine Malandrino gown with a draped skirt, plus green and black statement rings, a black clutch and side-swept curls.

Which of these three after party dresses are you most into?

–Storm Heitman