Oops! Amanda Seyfried, You Put Your Dress On Backwards!

Tue, April 20, 2010 3:48pm EDT by 8 Comments

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Is this a mortifying moment or do you think she thought the frock suited her better back to front?

Amanda Seyfried, talk about a red carpet blunder! We were already questioning her get-up at the LA premiere of Mother and Child on Apr. 19, and after seeing the runway version of the Bodyamr fall 2010 dress we now know why it left us confused — it was on backwards! Judging by the height of the zipper on one side and the pattern along the hips on the other, I’m surprised I didn’t notice this slip-up right away. Do you think she realized she put her frock on back to front but didn’t care or do you think this was an honest mistake?

Amanda, you once shared your red carpet don’t moment — but now it looks like you have a bigger blunder to add to the list! Personally, I like the dress much better when it’s on the right way, but what do you think?

-Katrina Mitzeliotis

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gbtw

Posted at 7:23 PM on April 21, 2010  

ps- that dress looks a million times better on amanda than that model.

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youdumdums

Posted at 1:37 AM on April 21, 2010  

duh, she obviously did that on purpose! i love it.

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gbtw

Posted at 7:23 PM on April 21, 2010  

lol… i love the idea of calling people dumdums… so retro!

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JAB

Posted at 4:47 PM on April 20, 2010  

“I’m surprised I didn’t notice this slip up right away” – cuz yeah you are such an authority. One look and it is obvious this thing is on backwards. You would think it would feel odd.

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gbtw

Posted at 4:09 PM on April 20, 2010  

i actually like the color much better in the front near her face! lol… i would love if she just said, eff it, and came up with the idea on purpose, but would also love it if it were a mistake (you know, she’d have to laugh, too!)… there is also the other boring alternative, that the designer made the dress to be worn both ways. in any case, i prefer color next to the face, so i like her way better even if it’s “wrong.”

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gbtw

Posted at 5:06 PM on April 20, 2010  

boring alternative. reversible dress. other sites describing it that way, and though i can’t find this dress online (with a quick search), the designer has done other reversible stuff in the past, so i believe this probably too is the case of another reversible dress from them.

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Katrina

Posted at 9:08 AM on April 21, 2010  

I don’t think this is a good reversible dress- the neckline in the “back” should be lower (like it is in the front) and the zipper should extend all the way down, rather than stopping abruptly. Just my opinion though! Here’s the site:

http://www.bodyamr.com/

 
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gbtw

Posted at 7:21 PM on April 21, 2010  

agreed. sort of. it does make it look more “wrong” b/c of the zipper being up higher on the neckline, but, i kinda like… i, myself, like to throw people off with the way i dress. (i think i don’t like being confined by fashion rules.) so, for someone like me, backwards with the zipper higher and more “wrong”-looking works… hadn’t considered the abruptly stopping zipper though. interesting thought…

 
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