Best Dressed Broadway Actors at the 2016 Tony Awards

Show-Score | By Samantha Dupler | Jun 15, 2016

We rounded up some of our favorite fashions from this year's Tony Awards! Do you agree with our picks? Who are we missing? Send us pics in the comments! 

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Alright, we all knew this one was coming. Best Actress in a Play nominee Lupita Nyong'o ("Eclipsed") stunned in a Boss gown hand-embroidered with tons of tiny layered sequins, creating a cool pixelated effect.

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Best Actress in a Musical nominee Laura Benanti looked as sweet as vanilla ice cream in a fuchsia frock by Oscar de la Renta.

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Her co-star, Best Actor in a Musical nominee Zachary Levi, brought a bit of retro charm to the red carpet with a silvery-gray suit and wide peak lapels.

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Continuing the parade of fashionable "She Loves Me" performers is Best Featured Actress in a Musical nominee Jane Krakowski in a sparkling coral Michael Kors Collection dress.

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Phillipa Soo (Best Actress in a Musical nominee for "Hamilton") opted for a flowy white gown with silver spangles designed by Prabal Gurung.

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Cynthia Erivo, Best Actress in a Musical winner for "The Color Purple", wore a show-stopping Roberto Cavalli number, tiered with eye-catching patchwork patterns.

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This "Hamilton" Best Featured Actress in a Musical winner wasn't satisfied with just one gown. Renée Elise Goldsberry changed halfway through the telecast into a buttercup yellow Oscar de la Renta dress.

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Fellow "Hamilton" winner Daveed Diggs donned an eclectic ensemble, complete with embroidered silk and blue mesh sleeves.

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Reader Request from SpudinLA: He thinks that "Spring Awakening" star Marlee Matlin looked "FANTASTIC!" in her Jovani gown, and we have to agree! 

Which Broadway stars do YOU think were the best-dressed? Tell us in the comments!