Full Spectrum Color At The SAG Awards

January 26, 2009 | By Bridget Burns | Entertainment

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The SAG Awards brought all the Crayola colors out of their box last night.  Diane Lane, Claire Daines, Jane Krakowski and Christina Hendricks wore the most popular color, red.  Eva Longoria was a solitary coral orange.  Yellow wasn’t as big as it was last year with only two actresses, Marissa Tomei and Viola Davis representing it.  Green and teal were huge (ok huge for greens)!  Christina Applegate, Evan Rachel Wood, Dana Delaney, Melissa Leo and Alison Pil looked lovely in shades of emerald.  Only a few metallics and  memorable whites walked the red carpet this year.  Teri Hatcher wowed in white while Rosario Dawson and Emily Blunt glittered in silver.  Black of course was worn by a fair share of SAG attendees. If you wanted to stick out from the crowd it seemed like the easiest way to do so was to wear a non floor-length gown.  Only a handful of women bared knees last night including Katrina Bowden, Katie Holmes and Tina Fey. Who was best dressed?  I honestly can’t decide.   See the whole rainbow here.

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