Pale Hues Rule on the Tony Awards Red Carpet

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From left: Saoirse Ronan, Sara Bareilles, Michelle Williams

Cream, blush and white looks made a statement on Sunday night.

Posing in front of the rose wall, Broadway's leading ladies popped in shades of white, cream and nude as they arrived Sunday evening on the Tony Awards red carpet at New York's Beacon Theatre. 

Blackbird's Michelle Williams, nominated for best performance by an actress in a lead role in a play, was cool in a white ruched Louis Vuitton gown which contrasted with her bright-red pout, while fellow nominee Sara Bareilles opted for a more bohemian Gomez-Gracia gown styled with a milkmaid braid and shimmering earrings.

Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan kept it simple in an unfussy Stella McCartney gown with a simple triangle cutout, Jennifer Fisher jewels and a loose updo.  

LADIES OF LIGHT: From left: Phillipa Soo in a Prabal Gurung dress, Allison Williams in a DKNY jumpsuit and Zainab Jah. (Photo: Getty Images)

Hamilton actress Phillipa Soo wowed in an embellished, cold-shoulder Prabal Gurung gown with a thigh-high cutout, while Girls star Allison Williams also opted for bridal white — however in the form of an edgy, asymmetrical jumpsuit by DKNY. Zainab Jah also wowed in a nude blush tone, rocking a strapless chiffon gown that was stunning as it flowed on the breezy red carpet.