The 69th Annual Tony Awards ceremony went down last night and some of the red carpet gowns were as dramatic as the stage performances. You may not have seen all the competing Broadway shows, but you’re sure to see some of these fashion dos stick around for a while. We’re sharing 15 ways you can rock the stylish trends of the night, from flamingo pink velvet to sleeves for days.


1. Velvet Mini Dress ($48): Kendall Jenner’s quirky pink velvet mini dress was just crazy enough to work, and work it, she did. We are loving this adorable and affordable American Apparel version. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


2. Taste of Honey Dress ($40): Model Emily Ratajkowski’s criss-cross back details may not be a new concept, but the bedazzled gown is stunning in navy. Try the shortened version for a classic and elegant night out on the town. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


3. TFNC Wrap Front Midi ($100): Asymmetry is sexy. Amber Valletta rocked the Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of red carpet gowns with a barely-there side and a draped and embellished counterpart. Tone this concept down a notch with an off-center wrap front and sparkly embellishment. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


4. Track Race Dress ($56): Color blocking is always a good idea, and Bella Hadid’s cream in the front, black in the back is #flawless. This Tobi version gives you curves in all the right places. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


5. Beaded Mesh Gown ($318): Jennifer Lopez had a starry night in her gorgeous, night-inspired gown. Channel your own inner star with this beaded number. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


6. Daisy Billow Sleeve Dress ($281): When in doubt, drape it out. That’s what Joan Smalls did in this boho, off-the-shoulder maxi. Offset the head-to-toe print with pops of skin. We love the rib cutouts on this Free People dress that is screaming boho bridesmaid chic. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


7. Party Frock Anthem Dress ($90): Nicole Warne looked like she was off to find her lost glass slipper in her pretty, poofy gown. Delicate details and a shorter hemline make this ModCloth version wearable. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


8. White Peplum ($15): Sierra Boggess rocked an ultra-chic white peplum gown, but this top could easily be paired with a matching pencil skirt for a similar look. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


9. Solace London Loletta Crop Top ($158): Crop tops are definitely here to stay, and we’re obsessed with Ashley Tisdale’s fresh take on the trend. Try this flared-out crop top with wide-legged pants and a chunky gold choker for a fashion-forward ensemble. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


10. Color Burst Choice Dress ($45): Laura Michelle Kelly dazzled in classic red, but we were interested in the peaked bust line. Try this sunshine-y version that’s perfect for summer! (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


11. Lace Lady Maxi Dress ($78): Helen Mirren looked regal in her floor-length gown. This simple lacy number leaves room for statement heels. (Photo via Andrew H. Walker/Getty)


12. Crystal T-shirt Maxi ($154): Who knew a t-shirt maxi dress could be so on point? With fancy fabric and shiny embellishments, this ASOS version is a fabulous alternative. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


13. True Violet Bardot Pencil Dress ($107): Elisabeth Moss brought the garden party. We love the way florals pop on a bright white background. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)


14. Vivaciously Verdant Dress ($180): Annaleigh Ashford’s vibrant green gown paired perfectly with her shiny new award. Try this textured lacy dress for all the color pop and none of the tripping on the hem. (Photo via Andrew H. Walker/Getty)


15. Leather American Flag Clutch ($515): As if a gorgeous red gown wasn’t enough, Geneva Carr nailed it with her American flag clutch. Rock this look yourself with this understated black leather USA clutch. It’s a splurge so let us figure out a DIY copycat and get right back to you… (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)

What was your favorite look from the Tonys this year? Let us know in the comments!