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Red Carpet Fashion 2010: Steal the Secrets of These Stars' Flattering Emmy Dresses

Christina Hendricks' Emmy dress: Make the Most of your Curves

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"Known for her fuller bustline, Christina Hendricks shows off her curves to maximum advantage with this sweetheart neckline. The fitted bodice showcases a slender torso while the folds of fabric below the hips camouflage heavier thighs and legs," says SHAPE Executive Style Director Jacqui Stafford.

Kelly Osbourne's Emmy dress: Accentuate an Hourglass

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"Kelly Osbourne wore the perfect dress to create a bombshell figure. The deep, wide V-neckline draws the eye upwards to the top half of the body to visually create a classic hourglass silhouette," says Stafford.

January Jones' Emmy dress: Show off your Legs

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"The asymmetrical hemline is ideal for drawing attention to January Jones' shapely legs. Since any unusual hemline draws the focus towards them, less-than-perfect legs would do better with an ankle-grazing gown," according to Stafford.

Emily Deschanel's Emmy dress: Accentuate the Long and Lean

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"A one-shoulder column gown gives Emily Deschanel a long, lean silhouette since it creates an uninterrupted vertical line from top to toe. Ruffled, layered tiers of fabric flatter any body shape," says Stafford.

Heidi Klum's Emmy dress: Put the Focus Where You Want It

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Got stellar legs? "Showcase toned thighs and calves in an ultra short mini in a monochromatic shade. The shape of Heidi Klum's Emmy dress is relatively simple, placing the focus firmly on the best part of her body—the legs," according to Stafford.


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