Becca Rose
Updated Sep 02, 2017 @ 11:15 am
Amanda Seyfried poses during a photocall for the movie "First Reformed" at the 74th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy, on Aug. 31, 2017.
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Amanda Seyfried has always been royalty in our hearts. She’s never looked the part more than she does in this Alexander McQueen dress, which Amanda Seyfried wore to the Venice Film Festival for the premiere of her movie “First Reformed.” The movie sounds like a dark, dramatic affair. So it’s only fitting that Amanda Seyfried chose a dress to match.

Her personal life this year sounds lovely. On top of getting married to Thomas Sadoski, she also became a new mom! We love her for her acting chops and her savvy style. Her willingness to speak out on issues that are close to her is great. And right now, we’re in love with this witchy, beautiful dress.

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The way it flows while she moves is just beautiful.

We’d pick that dress immediately just for the flow-y factor alone!


The beading on the top is amazing. We’d expect nothing less from an Alexander McQueen, it’s true. It’s just so lovely.


The back is covered with intricate detailing. Sheer and semi-sheer panels are scattered throughout the bodice. How could anyone say no to this dress?

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Getting glammed up for red carpet events is part of her job. It also seems like it would be really, really fun. And when you’ve got to wear fancy dresses every day, why not have fun with your choice? That’s why we’re so in love with this dress. It’s different and interesting. The witchy princess look is a good one for Seyfried! But she also keeps it real in other areas of her public life. She posted a casual date night selfie to Instagram recently:

It’s not always couture gowns and professional makeup for Amanda. But when she makes bold fashion moves like this one, we take notice and appreciate it. Most of all, she seems to be having fun. And at the end of the day, that’s really all that matters.