Mamma Mia! How can we resist Amanda Seyfried?
This bright young star is stealing our hearts through song again with her role as Cosette in Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables. Her innocent grin and beguiling eyes tell tales of a dreamy young girl, whose talent and adaptability have made her one of the most exciting young actors in Hollywood. Beyond her fame and talent lies her magnetic personal style, which never backs down from audacious looks. Open Amanda Seyfried’s Style File and investigate for yourself in the gallery above.
Amanda Seyfried looks like a regal Russian princess with a wreath-like headband that echoes the opulence of her Alexander McQueen gown.
The curvy lines of Seyfried’s Balenciaga dress echo the star’s own curves, which is cleverly accented by her wavy long hair.
Seyfried adds a dash of edginess to her adorable white Armani Privé gown by introducing a chunky cuff to the mix.
Seyfried proves that the timeless combination of loose locks, red lips, and a little black Karen Caldwell dress can still look fresh and modern.
A maroon Lanvin frock and statement jewelry are paired with nude ankle-strap heels and a partial updo for a look that manages to be both cute and stylish.
Seyfried blends a ladylike floral-print Prabal Gurung dress with chunky jewelry and a dark smokey eye, stamping her personal style on the ensemble.
Even in a silk navy Giorgio Armani dress with a plunging neckline, Seyfried manages to look demure and sophisticated. Minimal accessories help accomplish this.
When she’s not decked out in body-conscious frocks or dramatic gowns, Seyfried loves to experiment with menswear, but she keeps it feminine with girly accouterments.
Sideswept curls and strappy sandals keep this 3D floral RM by Roland Mouret gown from becoming overwhelming on the red carpet.
Pulled-back hair and tangerine lips accent the colorful, bohemian-inspired Givenchy frock Seyfried chose for this red carpet appearance.
Not many would attempt a short aquamarine H&M tuxedo ensemble on the red carpet, but Seyfried manages to pull it off with aplomb.
A corset-topped Prabal Gurung frock, loose, wavy hair, and radiant red lips have Seyfried channeling the sensuality of Prohibition-era dancehall girls.
Seyfried consistently favors frocks with blurry floral abstract prints to more ostentatious patterns and prints, and this jewel-toned Michael Angel version suits her beautifully.
Seyfried shows off her dancer’s body in this avocado-green Valentino Couture dress. Pairing it with a bold cuff and fierce bronze sandals lends this look an untamed feel.
Seyfried is hand-on-the-hip confident when stepping out on the red carpet in this bra-revealing long-sleeved white Valentino dress.
In one of Seyfried’s bolder looks, she pairs a bright-red Miu Miu pantsuit with deep-purple lipstick, and this creative clash succeeds in pushing her further into fashion’s most forward-thinking territory.
A white marabou-feather Prabal Gurung gown gets trussed up with all-black accessories, lending a thrilling edge to an otherwise innocent ensemble.
Seyfried looks bold and beautiful in a dove-grey Valentino frock, which features undulating waves of ruffles along the hem.
Seyfried highlights her pale flawless skin with a nude-slip Nina Ricci dress featuring a crochet overlay. Gold pumps and loose golden locks help her accomplish a retro-inspired look.
Seyfried looks ready to hit the town in a brilliant blue RM by Roland Mouret dress and a stack of black lacquer bracelets. This is one look she can take from the red carpet to the dance floor.