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Mad Men Ladies Best Looks

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Mad Men's final season signifies the end of a style era on TV (and, full disclosure, we're a little heartbroken—although super-excited for the April 5 premiere).

Luckily, we'll always have the leading ladies' red carpet fashion. January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Jessica Paré, Elisabeth Moss and Kiernan Shipka not only transported our imaginations with their on-screen style—their awards show, premiere and event looks also stole the proverbial show.

Which is exactly why we're giving homage through a red carpet retrospective: First, we've narrowed our favorite looks from each of the five ladies. Next, we want to know which of these Mad Men mavens' red carpet style is your favorite! Read on for our picks and vote below:

Mad Men Ladies' Best Looks

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The Risk Taker: January Jones is no shrinking violet—the star is known to step out on the red carpet in looks that will turn heads (or drop jaws, even). Some of Jones' best red carpet moments have been her most memorable: We're talking the textured, electric blue Atelier Versace frock that she wore to 2013 Emmys; the TopShop mini that even Beyoncé had to get her hands on; the race car yellow Atelier Versace gown she donned at the 2012 Met Gala; a sexy Schumacher shorts and coat look worn to a Lucky Fabb event; her vampy red Versace frock with floor-length fringe, which she wore to the 2011 Golden Globes; and the ornate black-and-gold Carolina Herrera gown that she sported to the SAG Awards in 2011.

Mad Men Ladies' Best Looks

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The Print Maven: Jessica Paré goes for classic silhouettes (all the better to frame her statuesque figure with) and punchy prints on the red carpet. Some of our favorite looks on the star include the high-slit Thakoon gown she wore to a 2014 pre-Emmys event; the black tea-length Lanvin frock she donned at the 2014 Emmys; the slinky, pink Calvin Klein dress we spotted her in at Elle's 20th Annual Women In Hollywood bash; the gorgeous Roksanda Ilincic number she wore to a 2014 PaleyFest event; and the dramatic white-and-black Michael Kors gown with a graphic design that she wore to the 2014 Met Gala.

Mad Men Ladies' Best Looks

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The Timeless Beauty: Christina Hendricks is widely considered to be someone who doles up a healthy serving of va-va-voom on the red carpet, but we're impressed by more than just her bombshell figure. The actress frequently wears statement frocks in rich jewel or pastel hues, like the creamy Johanna Johnson confection she sported at the 2011 Emmys; the red, bow-topped Carolina Herrera gown she wore to the 2010 SAG Awards; the green off-the-shoulder Zac Posen midi that she wore to the 2014 CNN Heroes: An All Star Tribute; her unforgettable lilac 2010 Emmys dress by Zac Posen; her iridescent, tea-length Vivienne Westwood Couture frock in an eye-catching mulberry hue; and the frill-embellished Christian Siriano dress from her appearance at the Golden Globes in 2010.

Mad Men Ladies' Best Looks

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The New Classic: Elisabeth Moss is a master of wearing black, red and white (one of our favorite red carpet palettes, natch). Her style wins include the belted red Michael Kors gown that she wore to the 2014 SAG Awards; the sexy Georges Hobeika jumpsuit with sheer illusion panels she sported to a 2014 pre-Golden Globes event; the one-shoulder Donna Karan gown she donned at the 2010 Emmys; the monochrome Andrew Gn frock that wowed us at the 2013 Emmys; the Houghton dress with a sexy, mostly-sheer bodice that she wore to the 2014 Vanity Fair post-Oscars bash; and a Stella McCartney frock with a built-in hourglass silhouette, which she wore to a 2013 pre-Emmys event.

Mad Men Ladies' Best Looks

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The Up-and-Comer: Kiernan Shipka's style is consistent but never boring. The star, for one, loves her some tea-length dresses, and usually manages to pick the best designs available in that silhouette. We were particularly taken with her black tiered Miu Miu frock that she wore to Mad Men's Black & Red Ball; the colorblock Delpozo mini that she donned at a 2013 pre-Emmys event; the black Carven fit-and-flare frock she sported at a 2014 pre-Emmys event; the microfloral Michael Kors mini that she wore to Claiborne Swanson Frank's Young Hollywood book launch; and, at the Costume Designers Guild Awards, her printed Oscar de le Renta frock with a sheer overlay and lush leaf design.