You Might Have Missed The Secret Message On Elisabeth Moss' Emmy Outfit

A not-so-subtle nod to the patriarchy.

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There were some fabulous sartorial statements at this year's Emmy Awards.

Leslie Jones looked unreal in a Christian Siriano dress which showed off the 50 year-old's (we know) incredible body.

Leslie Jones
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Uzo Aduba, Laverne Cox, Anna Chlumsky, Sarah Paulson and Tracee Ellis Ross absolutely slayed in silver sequins, showing us they obviously kept one eye on ELLE's article from the September Issue (it's called futurism people, get on it).

While there were many close contenders for most fabulous outfit on the red carpet ( Yara Shahidi, we see you), there was one tiny outfit detail that may have pipped everyone to the post.

Yara Shahidi

Introducing Elisabeth Moss, who stunned in a blush, Prabal Gurung gown accessorized with a pink clutch and ACLU blue ribbon.

For a full run-down of her beauty look here, which mirrored her outfit in it's ethereal and feminine pale pinks.

Elisabeth Moss

Moss topped off the outfit with what looked like demure, delightful pink pumps. And while they were certainly delightful, turns out you can't really accuse them of being demure.

On Monday, Moss' super stylist Karla Welch (the woman behind the clothes of aforementioned Paulson and Ellis Ross) posted a cheeky snap of the bottom of the actress' shoe. Lo and behold, it featured a secret message we'd all managed to miss first time round.

You'll have to guess what the other shoe says.... our note to the patriarchy #teamresistance

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The right pump said 'off', and Welch captioned the snap, 'You'll have to guess what the other shoe says…our nod to the patriarchy #teamresistance'.

Considering it's the right shoe, it appears to be the second word in a two letter phrase, i.e. '— off'.

Wonder what on earth it could be?

Either way, we certainly got the memo. The message felt timely, too, with the biggest Emmy wins being dominated by female-led shows.

Or as Offred so famously says, 'Nolite te bastardes carborundorum, bitches.'

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