VOTE: Which TV Star's Style Would You Steal?

05/17/2012 at 12:30 PM ET

Television Actresses
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So … what are upfronts? They’re basically previews of networks’ upcoming television shows, events packed with the programs’ stars and the critics who write about them. But for those of us more concerned with fashion than function, they’re events where our favorite TV stars get all dressed up, and we get to look at them!

Upfronts are happening in New York City this week, and a slew of small-screen starlets are in the Big Apple promoting their shows. Lea Michele stepped out to talk Glee Monday in a sexy Pucci sheath; the next day, Ginnifer Goodwin arrived at ABC’s Once Upon a Time event in a bold Jonathan Saunders dress. Don’t Trust the B—- in Aptartment 23‘s Krysten Ritter was also on hand at ABC’s upfront, wearing a Reem Acra mini with a jeweled halter neckline.

On Monday, Zooey Deschanel came to the New Girl session in a sweet dress by Carven; and Wednesday, How I Met Your Mother‘s Cobie Smulders became the latest star to work the cutout trend in a white-hot Rebecca Minkoff frock. Five women, five shows, five very different looks. Which is your favorite?

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Lea and Colbie look stunning! Such talented ladies; Robyn and Rachel are great characters because of them!

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