We bow down to fashion queen Bethenny Frankel, who served not one but three fabulous looks this past Emmys weekend. The Real Housewives of New York City alum (who announced her exit from the show just a few weeks ago) joined Hollywood's elite in on, not in the West Coast and she came ready to slay.
To kick off the festivities, Bethenny attended the Hollywood Reporter and SAG-AFTRA Emmy nominee celebration on Friday evening. The Skinny Girl mogul paired a sleek black Balmain skirt with a black mesh-panel Mugler top. She accessorized the sophisticated yet sexy getup with gold cuffs and a dazzling gemstone-encrusted Dolce & Gabbana clutch.
"Still under the weather but had to PONY UP for #Emmys weekend!" the RHONY stunner shared on Instagram.
On Saturday, Bethenny made another fabulous appearance at the Creative Coalition's Annual Television Humanitarian Awards Gala 2019, where she was honored for her mission work with BStrong. Bethenny looked positively angelic in a flowy, white Zimmerman dress with delicate lace bell sleeves and white pumps. She completed her ensemble with beachy waves and a pink pout.
Naturally, Bethenny saved her best look for last: The NYC fashionista graced the 2019 Emmy Awards red carpet in a black sleeveless dress with silver floral embellishments and a sexy, thigh-high slit by Alex Perry, which she paired with black pumps by Iris & Ink. However, if you think Bethenny had the beautiful gown custom-made for the occasion or borrowed it as most Hollywood stars do, think again.
The always-real RHONY alum bluntly told People Now that the dress came straight from her closet. “I’m not a borrower, I’m a buyer,” she said. “It’d be like sleeping with Ryan Gosling and having to give him back; I don’t like to test drive things," she shared.
And that, folks, is a true Bethenny style moment.
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