Emily Blunt and John Krasinski sport matching tuxedos for Writers Guild Awards
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Emily Blunt and John Krasinski sport matching tuxedos for Writers Guild Awards

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski were the epitome of couple goals at the Writers Guild of America Awards on Sunday night (17Feb19), turning up in matching tuxedos.

The pair ensured all eyes were on them as they walked the red carpet at the Edison Ballroom in New York for the ceremony, which was held at the same time as a simultaneous ceremony in Los Angeles.

While John, 39, looked as dapper as ever in his black tuxedo, which he teamed with a black bow tie and smart gold watch, he was more than happy to let 35-year-old Emily steal the spotlight in her feminine take on the classic, traditionally masculine look.

The Mary Poppins Returns star donned a black lacy suit and jacket, which had frilly lapels, over a plain white shirt and an oversized black satin bow tie. Adding some more girly features to her look, Emily sported a pair of bejeweled black heels and a huge ring on her right hand and teamed her ensemble with a swipe of pink lipstick. A high bun finished the look.

Despite clearly winning in the fashion stakes, Emily and John left the ceremony empty-handed – with the actor losing out on the Best Original Screenplay gong for A Quiet Place, in which he also starred alongside Emily, to Bo Burnham for Eighth Grade.

Emily and John weren’t the only stars to pull out all the stops with their outfits for the awards. Jamie-Lynn Sigler looked incredible in her black and gold sparkling gown, which featured a daringly low back, while Julianna Margulies highlighted her waif-like figure in a fitted white midi dress with jewel embellishments. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Ellie Kemper also looked stylish in her black dress, which had some added glamour courtesy of the gold sequin flower details adorning the neckline and torso.

– Cover Media

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