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Amanda Seyfried In Valentino & Alexander McQueen – ‘First Reformed’ Venice Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

It was exciting to see Amanda Seyfried back on the red carpet after becoming a new mum earlier in the year. And what better way to make a comeback than the 74th Venice Film Festival.

Photocall: Printed with lips and lipsticks, I love the playfulness of her Valentino Resort 2018 dress. I wasn’t always a huge fan of the Seyfried/Givenchy union, this feels way more suited to her style. Stuart Weitzman ‘Bebare’ sandals completed her look.

Premiere: I really wanted to love this Alexander McQueen look. Normally their rare red carpet sightings are a beauty to behold, but I found myself disliking the patchwork nature of it. “We’ll add some florals. What about sheer lace? Don’t forget the polka dots. We must incorporate a handkerchief hem” Arggghh. Too much is going on here. The only thing I love here are her Chopard earrings from the ‘ Temptations Collections’.

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Amanda Seyfried In Versace – ‘Twin Peaks’ LA Premiere

When Amanda Seyfried attended the premiere of ‘Twin Peaks’ in LA on Friday (May 19), her outfit matched the dark mood of the drama series.

The actress kept it simple with a black Versace Fall 2017 mini-dress, but there was something special about her hemline which made the simple cut of the dress much more interesting.

The word ‘EQUALITY’ was embroidered into the hemline — a fitting message, since Hollywood has been known to favour it’s male counterparts.

Usually I wouldn’t be a fan of the dark plum lipstick given her pale complexion, but considering that ‘Twin Peaks’ revolves around the supernatural, it seemed fitting, plus it gave her outfit a sort of vampire-chic element.

And I love that she kept the look simple, only accessorising with a pair of Stella Luna shoes, and gold jewels which complimented her footwear.

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Amanda Seyfried In Chloe – ‘The Last Word’ LA Premiere

Amanda Seyfried was glowing for more reasons than one at ‘The Last Word’ premiere in LA on Wednesday (March 1).

Clothing her burgeoning bump with the silhouette of a loose empire-waist frock, she donned a darling Chloe design that was enlivened by teal floral embroidery.

While the dress had something of a casually youthful zing to it, Amanda decided to dress it up with golden Cartier jewels and a bold red lip.

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Amanda Seyfried In Givenchy – 12th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Amanda Seyfried In Givenchy - 2015 CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Amanda Seyfried attended the 12th annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards held at Spring Studios on Monday (November 2) in New York City.

Here we see an example of how Riccardo Tisci revamped a slip dress adding cut-outs and undone ribbons to amp up the allure. I especially love the draped hemline which gives the classic piece an unique silhouette.

Amanda’s extremely feminine look was styled with Givenchy sandals and silver jewels, while she kept her makeup simple.

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Amanda Seyfried In Antonio Berardi – Shiseido’s Clé de Peau Beauté Press Conference

Amanda Seyfried In Antonio Berardi - Shiseido's Clé de Peau Beauté Press Conference

Amanda Seyfried attended the press conference for Shiseido’s Cle de Peau Beaute at the Palace Hotel on Friday (October 9) in Tokyo, Japan.

The actress wore a figure-flattering Antonio Berardi Resort 2016 dress which I bet gave her a sexy wiggle as she walked.

Accentuating the white hue with metallic accessories including Bionda Castana ‘Lana’ pumps, she completed the look with dewy makeup.

Should she have worn her hair back with that asymmetrical neckline?

Amanda Seyfried In Antonio Berardi

Antonio Berardi Button-Detail Sheath
Bionda Castana Lana Pumps

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TargetStyle, In Vogue

TargetStyle, In Vogue

The TargetStyle, in Vogue event was held at Cedar Lake in New York City on Wednesday (September 9), where Emily Ratajkowski, Amanda Seyfried, and Camila Alves were in attendance in remarkably coordinated ensembles despite their significant style differences.

Emily Ratajkowski: Familiarly sexy, the actress flaunted a Balmain Fall 2015 design that was unified by its use of allover lace. Clearly modified from the runway to be even more skin-baring, the top half of the belted bodysuit maintained the silhouette of the label’s plunging power blazers which created an interesting contrast to the sultry, see-through lace pants below. If nothing else, she looked entirely ready to rock out on a stage somewhere.

Amanda Seyfried: Adorably innocent with a hint of come-hither, seductive flair in the lace bra-like detailing, this RED Valentino Fall 2015 frock was a chic, quietly alluring take on the LBD.

Camila Alves: Likewise embracing the Target red colour scheme, Camila struck a pose in a form-fitting strapless dress that beautifully traced her hourglass curves. A matching sandal rather than nude would have created an even more seamless effect.

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Amanda Seyfried In RED Valentino – 15th Annual USTA Opening Night Gala

Amanda Seyfried In RED Valentino - 15th Annual USTA Opening Night Gala

Amanda Seyfried attended the 15th annual USTA opening night gala at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Monday (August 31) in New York City, where Serena Williams is aiming to create history.

Overtly feminine dresses are RED Valentino’s speciality, and it would appear that Amanda has a penchant for this style, as this is her second RED Valentino Resort 2016 frock .

The classic silhouette is spliced with a scalloped detailed hemline and pointy collar to add some playful appeal, however, I’m glad she opted not to wear the tie.

While the shoes are dull yet seemingly appropriate, the Givenchy ‘Baby’s Breath’ printed canvas pouch and chic shades managed to give this look some modern flare, but I still feel slightly underwhelmed.

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You can buy Amanda’s Givenchy Baby’s Breath Printed Canvas Pouch from
Net-A-Porter.com, Barneys.com & Forward by Elyse Walker.

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