Amanda Seyfried Stole the Show in a Cherry Red Mini Dress and Matching Heels at the Tribeca Film Festival

American fashion designer Bill Blass is quoted as once saying, “When in doubt, wear red,” and it seems Amanda Seyfried got that memo as she headed to the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend. The Dropout actress stole the show in a bright red mini dress and matching heels, which she showed off while walking the red carpet at the premiere of the film 88.

Seyfried was spotted in a dress from the Carolina Herrera Resort 2023 Collection, which was paired with a matching set of strappy heels. The look was put together by L.A. stylist Elizabeth Stewart, with the help of Francesca Seykora and Jordan Grossman. Meanwhile, Seyfried's wavy hairstyle was done by Renato Campora, while her makeup was applied by Genevieve Herr.

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Seyfried's designer dress included thin shoulder straps and a heart-shaped bust, while the front was stitched to look like a wrapped design. Meanwhile, there was a petticoat layered underneath on the back side of the dress, which added significant volume and created a tutu-like effect.

Stewart shared a series of videos to her Instagram account, where Seyfried is seen modeling the dress prior to arriving at the film festival. In the first video, the Mamma Mia! star walks up a flight of stairs and gives the viewer a twirl, while the second video shows Seyfried playing with the petticoat on her dress as she descends in an elevator.

Seyfried's makeup artist also shared a post that compiled photos from before the event, and her clip featured a very fitting background song, with “Red Dress” by Lucy Hale and Joe Nichols playing throughout.

Red is definitely your color, Amanda.

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