How Much Did Sarah Silverman's Emmy Dress Cost and Where Can I Get One?

Victoria Leigh Miller
Yahoo! TV Emmys Blog
September 23, 2013

Forget Versace and Vera Wang!

Sarah Silverman knows how to find a bargain when it comes to red carpet fashion. The funny lady rocked the perfect little black dress at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, and she didn't pay a pretty penny for it, either.

Silverman revealed to E!'s Ryan Seacrest that she got a deal on the decidedly non-designer pencil dress, boasting, "I bought it online for $60."

[Photos: See the Best and Worst Dressed Stars on the Emmys Red Carpet]

The sleek, sexy look was a far cry from some of the comedian's past red carpet attire, like the puffy blue prom bomb she wore to the 2009 Emmy Awards. Silverman did dress up her bargain-basement black ensemble with some pricey Walter Steiger platforms, which undoubtedly added a smidge to her budget.

In contrast to, say, Sofia Vergara, who went on an Emmy bling-athon (the "Modern Family" star accessorized her outfit with a whopping $7 million in Lorraine Schwartz jewels, totaling 161 carats), Silverman kept the glitz to a minimum.

And while she later changed into a gold sequin get-up to sing and dance (and say "vagina") with Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion during "The Number in the Middle of the Show" segment, the sharp-tongued comic still proved that you don't have to spend a fortune to look like a million bucks.

And people agreed:


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