Miss Amy’s been busy making the rounds. We can’t quite say she’s dressing in an exciting manner that’s forcing us to talk about it because, well, that’s not really who she is. Although we have to admit, even when she’s dressing in a fairly simple manner (which is most of the time), we’re puzzled as to how it looks so awkward. Case in point:
Amy Adams attends the W Magazine celebration of The “Best Performances” Portfolio and The Golden Globes at Chateau in Los Angeles, California in an Antonio Berardi dress paired with Christian Louboutin pumps, Van Cleef & Arpels rings, and Cartier earrings.
Oh, honey. We’ll spring for a foot massage. You look like you’re going to desperately need one momentarily. What are we saying? You make like twenty times what we do. You can afford it. Seriously, though: those legs look seconds away from a cramp. And the sad part is, the shoes aren’t even worth it. If they were some sort of incredibly chic and killer shoe, we might’ve cheered her on like she was in a marathon. “Attagirl, Amy! You’re doing great! PACE YOURSELF. Remember why you’re doing this! Because those shoes are fucking amazing!!!!!” Alas, it simply isn’t so.
Those were a lot of words avoiding the elephant in the room which is this: Girl, That’s Not Your Dress. The shape is weird, the colors are muddy, and it doesn’t look like it fits you that well. Go home and take this whole outfit off. Then burn it.
Amy Adams attends the 2014 AFI Awards Luncheon in Beverly Hills, California in Amy is wearing a Roksanda Ilincic dress, paired with Christian Louboutin pumps and Van Cleef and Arpels jewelry.
Much better. Great little dress. We’d have raised the hem an inch and definitely would’ve chosen different shoes, but this is a look that suits her. We’re sick of the Kidman-lite schtick she does on the red carpet – and this is definitely an example of it – but she’s worn us down to the point that we can’t even really bitch about it anymore. Fine, Amy. Do your Nicole impersonation. We promise to stop complaining about it. But only until you get an Oscar. All bets are off after that.
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