Who Made the Cut? The Top 10 Best-Dressed Broadway Celebs at the 2014 Tony Awards

Tony Awards   Who Made the Cut? The Top 10 Best-Dressed Broadway Celebs at the 2014 Tony Awards
Celebrity stylist George Brescia, who co-hosted "Dress Up! Live: The 2014 Tony Awards Red Carpet" — presented by Playbill.com and Stage17 — with Motown Tony nominee Valisia LeKae, offers his Top 10 favorite fashion choices from the Broadway stars who attended or were nominated for 68th Annual Tony Awards.

Click through to view Brescia's choices for Broadway's Best Dressed. 

Sutton Foster
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1. My favorite of the night was the beautiful and warm Sutton Foster. The full ball-gown skirt was the perfect silhouette for her. The rich fuscia color was perfect and made her look positively regal.

Kelli O'Hara
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2. Kelli O'Hara was the essence of old Hollywood glamour. She was right on trend in the blush color, but more importantly, it was incredibly beautiful on her.

Valisia LeKae and George Brescia

3. I may be partial to her, but my co-host Valisia LeKae was a vision in the sultry red Randi Rahm. The epitome of sexy and sophisticated. Her choice of pearl earrings from Verdura were spot on for the classic lady she is.

Lena Hall
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4. Could Lena Hall have looked more beautiful in her navy, strapless gown by Zac Posen? It was, of course, glamorous but subtle and impactful that she chose midnight navy as opposed to black. She made a great choice of black diamonds by David Yurman.

Celia Keenan-Bolger
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5. I adored Celia Keenan-Bolger's orange gown, also by Zac Posen. A wonderful choice for her to wear a t-length gown with some stellar Louboutin’s.

Courtney Reed
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6. Courtney Reed's cobalt blue Carmen Mark Valvo couldn’t have made her look more beautiful and was the perfect complement to her coloring.

Jessie Mueller
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7. Jessie Mueller's blush gown from the incomparable Randi Rahm was soft and elegant. What a perfect dress for her to accept her Tony Award in.

Sophie Okonedo
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8. Sophie Okonedo took my breath away in Sophie Theallet. The detail and embellishment on her dress brought out her beautiful eyes.

Anika Noni Rose
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9. Anika Noni Rose was especially spectacular in her printed Badgley Mischka with the high-leg slit. The movement of the dress really worked for her.

Bryce Pinkham
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10. The men! So many men looking incredible last night: Bryce Pinkham couldn’t have looked better in his black satin jacquard fitted Malan Breton; Jefferson Mays going old-school Cole Porter with his double-breasted suit from Against Nature; Jonathan Groff... Brian J. Smith... Danny Burstein... And the list goes on and on.

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