Elizabeth Olsen In Erdem – “Martha Marcy May Marlene” Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Elizabeth Olsen attended the Premiere of her movie “Martha Marcy May Marlene” at the Ryerson Theatre during the 2011 Toronto Film Festival yesterday.

The actress chose an Erdem Lucietta floral-print silk crepe de chine gown from the Resort 2012 collection.

Her long, multi-coloured floral print dress features a keyhole cutout and short sleeves.

Elizabeth accessorized her dress with a beige Salvatore Ferragamo Swarovski crystal minaudiere, Jason Wu shoes and Kara Ackerman jewels.

She wore her glossy blonde hair in a half-up, half-down style and added coral eyeshadow and pink lips to her look.

I adore this pretty, summery ensemble on Elizabeth and especially like her Ferragamo clutch. It’s a grown-up look for the young actress but she manages to pull it off perfectly.

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20 thoughts on “Elizabeth Olsen In Erdem – “Martha Marcy May Marlene” Toronto Film Festival Premiere

  1. ClaraAnne

    I’m becoming a big fan of hers! From her few appearances so far it looks as if she never gets it wrong. Always stylish, polished and age appropriate. Love.

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    1. Hannah

      I agree. I think this jsut does nothing for her at all. I was so excited after she wore that the row dress at cannes, but this does to live up to it. She has lost all the drama of the dress and I prefer the less busy print in the ‘runway’ photo. I also think her styling lets it down. Hopefully she’ll do better next time, she has a lot of promise, but on this occasion she isn’t doing the dress any favours and the dres isn’t doing her any favours either.

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  2. maria

    i think i have problems with the background. I love the dress on the model, but not on the actress. It could also be a more fitting colour palette for a brunette. I can see Leighton Meester in this…..

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  3. Teleholic

    I think she looks great so it’s a good thing I looked at her picture before the model’s. I do like the dress she wore but would have preferred the mostly-blue one on the model. Her’s has fuchsia/red as the dominant color.

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  4. Rach

    I LOVE the dress itself… but not sure if it’s the right choice for Elizabeth, it feels a bit mature. That being said, she still looks better than anything I’ve ever seen her sisters wearing.

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  5. Raquel

    I like the dress, a lot. A LOT. It’s one of those dresses where a thin black belt would have made a difference, but I still like it. But I don’t like it on Elizabeth, because the end result ages her a lot. A LOT. She looks 15 years older.

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