While the glamorous gowns got most of the attention during the 2018 Emmys red carpet, some celebrities chose a different route for the occasion. Sure, dramatic dresses are to be expected at an event full of some of Hollywood's biggest names, but alternative fashion statements are just as exciting — especially when they're attainable. Felicity Huffman's Emmys suit was one of the edgiest ensembles of the night — and you can shop the entire look at Aritzia right this very second.
It's no secret that suits of all kinds have continued to pop up throughout fashion month (remember Blake Lively's parade of pantsuits?), so it makes sense that they've officially carried into awards season. Huffman, who has five Emmy nominations and one win under her belt from years past, attended the award show on Mon. evening in support of her husband, William H. Macy, who was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for his starring role on Shameless.
Although Macy didn't take home the coveted trophy, the couple arguably won the red carpet when they arrived in a pair of chic, matching suits. The best part about her look? Huffman's two-piece suit is still in stock at Aritzia (and it's also available in white).
Huffman wasn't the only celebrity who opted for a menswear-inspired look during Mon.'s event. Among other attendees to walk the red carpet in pants included Saturday Night Live's Leslie Jones, Evan Rachel Wood of HBO's Westworld, and Tatiana Maslany from Orphan Black.
Although Huffman has walked previous Emmys red carpets wearing designers like Tony Ward and Laura Basci, 2018 marked her first year in such a cost-effective ensemble.
Designed by Aritzia's in-house brand Babaton, Huffman's two-piece suit includes a double-breasted, black blazer and tailored, wide leg trousers. Inspired by the soft suiting looks of the '90s, this classic pairing looked daring enough for the red carpet when Huffman wore it buttoned up, showing a little bit of skin underneath.
The actor added a dainty, multi-layered necklace, a matching jeweled clutch, and patent-leather heels that peaked out of her pants. She styled her long brown hair with slightly lived-in waves and subtle, face-framing bangs.
Even if you aren't planning on attending an A-list award show in the coming months, this suit is still a must for fall. And while Huffman's matching suit works well as a dreamy, professional ensemble, don't hesitate to incorporate the blazer and pants into your wardrobe separately. Wear the blazer with your favorite pair of jeans or leather pants, or wear the trousers with a checked, wool coat and snakeskin booties.
Regardless of how you choose to wear it, this suit deserves a valuable spot in your wardrobe. Below, shop Felicity Huffman's exact Emmys look and channel your inner red-carpet moment. Did I mention it comes in multiple colors!?