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Monday, 25 January 2010

Great Outfits: Amanda Seyfried

I was so excited to see Amanda wearing the RM by Roland Mouret ‘Morgan’ dress from the Fall 2010 collection, which was one of my favourites from that presentation.

The strapless dress is embellished with iridescent blue fan sequins which are really bold and eye-catching. It really was the stand-out piece from this amazing collection and I think she looks stunning.

Sporting a Wang/Miu Miu style messy side-swept plait, the actress paired her dress with Brian Atwood embroidered lace up sandals.

The gorgeous Amanda Seyfried looked stunning at the Filarmonico Theatre in Verona, Italy wearing a Prabal Gurung Fall 2010 mini dress.

Her strapless deep crimson dress with aerodynamic peplum look gorgeous on her.

It’s such an interesting design for a strapless mini. The peplum is so beautiful but I wish she hadn’t held her clutch so closely, but it is a beautiful clutch.

Onyx drop earrings and Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals complete beautiful look.

Amanda walked the red carpet sans tights wearing a cute Doo.Ri Fall 2010 mini dress. The magpie in me is happy she wore this dress which has sequins decorating the front. It’s a very sexy dress, but not overtly so on Amanda who flashes us a sweet but knowing smile. I love everything about this look from the Pierre Hardy heels, to her bouncy blonde curls to those bold red lips.

Amanda wore a Giorgio Armani Spring 2010 blue silk dress with a plunging neckline, an open back and color-blocked skirt. Don’t worry about Amanda having a wardrobe malfunction or having to rely on tit-tape, because the plunge has a nude insert to protect her modesty. Her look was completed with silver Brian Atwood “Kendall” pumps and a sparkling Judith Leiber Sunburst crystal-embellished clutch. I love the mix of blue and silver.

Amanda wears a single-shoulder draped design from RM by Roland Mouret, accessorized with ankle-strap sandals, a patent clutch and a stack of bangles. She complemented her fair complexion with a standout turquoise dress. This spring make your wardrobe pop with this flattering shade—or an equally attractive cobalt. I love the draping on the hips, her side swept wavy ‘do and the coral tint on her lips. Black accessories including a stack of bracelets and Brian Atwood “Albany” pumps to complete the look.

Amanda Seyfried wowed in Giorgio Armani Prive's sculptural sea foam green silk gown with a structured Swarovski crystal bustier and a full skirt made of mesh panel overlays. She accessorized with Brian Atwood sandals, a metallic Salvatore Ferragamo clutch and an armful of dazzling bangles from Lorraine Schwartz. Her Lorraine Schwartz jewels is her 250-carats worth of diamond bracelets. The actress wore a trio of geometric statement bangles in brown, champagne and mint hues.

Amanda's green couture dress appears to be made out of strips of leather which she matches with green earrings. I’m not sure if it’s the light, but I prefer the darker runway version of this look. Her look was complete with a silver metal Ferragamo clutch with rhinestone details and a pair of bronze sequin Ferragamo booties with metal heel.

Judging by the colour of ther dress, the flounce in her skirt and her current obsession with Valentino, I think it’s safe to assume she’s wearing a custom-made Valentino dress. The dress appears to be a one-shoulder dress, but if you look closely you can see that the dress has antique gold lace inserts on the front and back. I’m floored by how toned Amanda’s legs are. I never noticed before. The reason I noticed on this occasion is because I was obsessing over her double strapped sandals.

In Brian Atwood heels and a beautifully engraved hard metallic Raven Kauffman clutch.

Amanda layered a cropped white jacket over a striped tee and J Brand denim leggings; she finished the look with embellished flats and a studded Prada bag.

Amanda Seyfried graces in an ethereal pearl Stella McCartney silk asymmetric gown which had a beaded detail on the shoulder. Amanda's carrying a rhinestone sequined Daniel Swarovski envelope clutch.

Amanda Seyfried channels Veronica Lake in a bow-accented couture gown from Valentino. Amanda chose to bring a metallic Kotur clutch which reflects the color red from her dress and the carpet and it worked so well for her!

Amanda Seyfried's sleeveless blue embellished Chloe Fall 2008 is stunning. I love her "Samoa" Jimmy Choo caged heels.

Amanda is stunning and fresh in a bejeweled print dress from Peter Pilotto and Jimmy Choo "Verity" caged heels and oval gold clutch. Her multi-colored satin dress, which gathers and drapes from the hip. I do wish she had worn her hair back, as a lot of the interesting detail appears on the neckline and shoulders, but her sexy strappy gladiator heels, and gold clutch more than make up for that.

She wore a blue and black check wool skirt, with a striped blue and black sleeveless top from theStella McCartney Resort 2010 collection with Jimmy Choo "Verity" caged heels.

Amanda carries a Christian Louboutin "Pliage" framed clutch.

My first reaction to Amanda Seyfried’s wearing this Valentino Fall 2009 Couture dress was “why is she exposing her bra in a Couture piece?” But on closer inspection of the runway picture, that’s part of the dress. I love the color because it doesn’t wash her out, and the haunting dramatic nature of this stunning creation.

These nude-colored Brian Atwood slingbacks let the spotlight shine on Amanda's blue Helmut Lang dress. I loveher cerulean blue Helmut Lang dress with the cowl neck and asymmetrical hem line. It is so suiting for her.

I love Amanda Seyfried’s Marc Jacobs Resort 2010 look. It has a chic Parisian feel to it with it’s prim and proper style. The navy cropped jacket with black trims, is paired with black silk shorts, black pumps and a bedazzling clutch.

A blue and silver beaded dress by Stella McCartney and a Rene Caovilla clutch and black patent platform heels.

I’ve always loved those illusion straps on many of the pieces from this collection with embroidered leaf detail, which could easily be mistaken for a tattoo. The dress is so delicate and feminine which I love, but it’s also a risky choice which the actress pulls off very well. I’m actually do like her Valentino Couture nude petal detailed peep-toe booties with this stunning and unique dress.

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