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Why Rachel Bloom Won the Emmys Red Carpet

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Rachel Bloom Is Selling Her Emmys Red Carpet Dress
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The ladies of Big Little Lies might’ve won big at last night’s Emmys (and rightfully so!) — but on the red carpet, we couldn’t get enough of Rachel Bloom. The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star showed up in a lovely lacy black Gucci dress that she’d purchased herself. “It’s hard to get places to lend me dresses because I’m not a size 0,” Bloom told E!’s Giuliana Rancic. “But also I can afford it, so it’s okay.”

Is it, though? We’ve heard Bloom’s same story echoed by other stylish stars like Bryce Dallas HowardMelissa McCarthy, and Leslie Jones, and it only further underscores the fashion industry’s flagrant disregard for women who wear above a sample size. And while these women may earn more money than most, that surely doesn’t mean that they should have to pay thousands for a gown other stars are offered for free. “Your typical nice designer dresses, at least the kind of stuff that I wear for events, can range from $500 to $3,000, and you want to wear a different outfit for every event because it’s a whole red carpet thing,” Bloom told Wealthsimple recently.

Considering that last night’s Gucci cost her even more than usual at $3,500, it’s no surprise Bloom plans to resell it. “Take a look on The RealReal for this dress tomorrow,” she hinted at the Emmys. We’ll be keeping an eye out — and in the meantime, is a red carpet-themed “Sexy Getting Ready Song” sequel aimed at sizeist fashion houses too much to hope for? —Elana Fishman, entertainment editor; photo by John Shearer/Getty Images

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