Even if you're not typically the "got it, flaunt it" type, there's a way to channel Emmys night 's very sexy cutouts. Hey, if Lady Mary can do it, so can we. The Downton Abbey star , along with a crew of Hollywood's style setters, made cutouts — from the very subtle to the all-out sultry — the star of last night's red carpet. So no matter if you consider yourself more of a wallflower or the life of the party, we're making the sexy trend work for every girl — and every body. Just scroll through to find the cutout style that speaks to you, and shop it right here.
Michelle Dockery may have given us the most modest take on the trend in her Rosie Assoulin  coloblock number, which came complete with a keyhole cutout at the waist.
For the intermediate: Claire Danes 's Givenchy  gown got a boost of sex appeal from the lacy side and back cutouts 
Lizzy Caplan's bold, backless Donna Karan  Atelier gown is not for those weary of exposing a little skin, though if you're warming up to the idea of a baring skin in front, this is a good place to start.
Kate Mara's J. Mendel gown offered small snippets of skin via asymmetrical draping at the bodice. The jeweled neckline  provided a bit more coverage along the bust to lend a bit more modesty.
Quite the opposite, Gwen Stefani 's Versace  put her chest on display with sleek cutouts on her open V neck.
The Modern Family star's halter-style cutout Peter Som  highlighted her arms — and her décolletage — with a plunging cutout at the middle.
Dare to bare? Then channel Joan Smalls's sultry style with a dress cut down to there — and side cutouts to boot!
Now, pick your poison and shop 36 ways to channel the sexy trend below.