Amy Adams Double Shot

Posted on June 11, 2013

Miss Amy turns to the past for her Super-poledance.


Amy Adams attends the world premiere of ‘Man of Steel’ in New York City in a Nina Ricci dress accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry, Casadei sandals, and a Christian Louboutin clutch.

Nina Ricci Fall 2013 Collection/Model: Aline Weber (NEXT)

This is pretty much the quintessential Amy Adams red carpet look. She’s always been enamored with this sort of cleaned-up version of a Rita Hayworth style. We don’t blame her because it suits her very well. We tend to get a little bored with it, however. For one, it’s not very fresh. It’s fine to take inspiration from ’40s screen sirens and work that into your personal style, but if your go-to red carpet look is to emulate them outright, you should probably rethink going to that well so often in the future.

But like we said, we can’t argue that it works for her. And what better decade to look to when you’re playing Lois Lane, right?

We’re not super-in-love with the lace panels, but the dress definitely needed some visual interest so we’ll take it. And we would have preferred a hairstyle somewhat less stiff and lacquered than that. Still; it’s a good look for her overall, if not a particularly exciting one.

She’s INFINITELY better when she gets to dress down slightly:


Amy Adams makes an appearance on ‘Good Morning America’ to promote her new movie ‘Man of Steel’ in a Diane von Furstenberg dress paired with Jamie Wolf earrings and a Dana Rebecca Designs ring.

Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2013 Collection/Model: Cara Delevingne

She’s still in that 1940s wheelhouse, which makes us wonder if this is going to be a deliberate choice throughout the Lois Lane poledance tour. The wild prints keep it from looking vintage or too literal. She looks awfully covered-up for a humid, east coast June day but it’s a fabulous dress for her and you just can’t deny that the lady clearly loves how she looks. .



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