SAG Awards 2013: Fresh As A…

…Daisy!

Sophie McShera in yellow gown at the 2013 SAG Awards on Exshoesme.com
Downton Abbey’s Sophie McShera, holding her SAG Award, shared with others in the ensemble cast of the addictive show.

Wasn’t it nice to see Sophie McShera out of her dowdy Downton duds and in this golden gown at the SAG Awards on Sunday night?

Sophie McShera in mustard yellow gown at the 2013 SAG Awards on Exshoesme.com
This gown didn’t go over well with most critics, but I thought she looked adorable.

That colour is everywhere, so we had better get used to it on the red carpet. I first noticed the gown when the cast went up to accept their award for best Ensemble Cast, Drama, and it looked much better on air – satin isn’t always the best in photographs. Plus, I liked her poufy fun bun and red lips.

I know everyone and her Lady’s maid thinks McShera was one of the worst dressed of the night, but I think she looked like a fresh-faced, twenty-something English girl with fuss-free style. To me, she looked far better than the 22-year olds who can now pronounce but not pull off couture (okay, she did pull at it but did not pull it off).

She wasn’t my best dressed choice, but I applaud her being herself and not joining the one-sided, mermaid tail parade. I do wish it had fit her a twinge better, though.

The yellow and the nonchalance seemed to be a theme for sweet Sophie all week.

Sophie McShera and Allen Leech attend the Entertainment Weekly Pre-SAG Party at Chateau Marmont on January 26, 2013 on Exshoesme.com
Sophie in a similar dress, with Allen Leech (who looks dapper in the subtle plaid jacket, collar detail shirt and skinny jeans) at the Entertainment Weekly Pre-SAG Party at Chateau Marmont, a day earlier.
Hugh Bonneville and Sophie McShera at the National Television Awards UK after their Downton Abbey win on Exshoesme.com
In a yellow and black printed frock + pony booties, with Hugh Bonneville at the National Television Awards in the UK last week, after their Downton Abbey win. It’s been a good week for the lot.

Seems that Daisy is always being picked on for something, innit?

Sophie McShera as Daisy Mason on Downtown Abbey on Exshoesme.com
Daisy Mason, plotting her next move, or just having a wee rest between criticisms.
Cara Theobold (Ivy Stuart), Sophie McShera (Daisy Mason) and Lily James (Lady Rose MacCalre) photographed by Grazia December 2012 on Exshoesme.com
Careful, glam watchers, she can turn it out when she wants to – as seen in the December issue of Grazia, with cast mates Cara Theobold and Lily James.

Image credits: 1. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images North America; 2, 4. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin; 3. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images North America; 5. Courtesy of DigitalSpy. 6. Grazia / Photographer: Kate Davis-Macleod.

 

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