A Sneak Peek At Amanda Seyfried’s ‘Lovelace’ Wardrobe

Amanda Seyfried on the set of “Lovelace.”
Photo: Splash News

Since news of a Linda Lovelace biopic hit the wires, the storied role has undergone a musical chairs of actresses rumored/claiming to be playing the infamous adult actress. First Anna Faris, then Lohan, but now the cameras are rolling on the set of Lovelace, and the title role is played by none other than Amanda Seyfried. While it’s much-discussed that portraying Deep Throat’s leading lady will be quite the dark feat, we are glad that Amanda can at least find a bit of a bright spot in the funky, fun threads of this ’70s era film.

We’re kind of obsessed with this piecemeal-looking (in the BEST way) outfit, with the heathered block cardigan, cozy flap collar, those ochre hotpants, and HIYO amaaaaazing suede knee-high boots. That bold earthy patchwork is SO era-specific and costume designer Karyn Wagner (who was also behind the closets of The Notebook and The Green Mile) carries the style over to a few other places in the character’s wardrobe. If you look closely at the bottom of this front-buttoned denim maxi skirt (!!!!) you’ll see a hint of more patchwork footwear. That bowed platform wedge, though, is unmistakable to our Style team. As card-carrying JC girls, we know these to be the Jeffrey Campbell Rock Patch booties. Also, is that an aqua Clare Vivier clutch?? Guuuuuuurl!

Amanda Seyfried on the set of “Lovelace.”
Photo: Splash News

This brown flutter sleeve cropped top and sandblasted cut-offs pulled aaaaall the way up are so ’70s casual cool. A simple gold cross and middle part complete the retro look. We’ve been scouring the internet for this patterned hooded jacket. It looks vaguely Pendleton, but with a little more authentic flavor, and maybe not as thick. We also see the faintest peek of light brown leather to her side, to which we say, “COME ON, papparazzi! We wanted a detail shot of the bag!” *grumblegrumble*

Amanda Seyfried on the set of “Lovelace.”
Photo: Splash News

This navy secretary dress is livened up with a bright floral scarf tied in a long drapey bow and pair of khaki espadrilles. Amanda seems to be also holding a black leather purse. At first, you’d think this should be subbed out for something brighter to play up some of the interesting color combinations in her scarf, but listen, Karyn Wagner knows what she’s doing. A bright accent would be too showy, borderline campy, and this is a serious dramatic film, not Austin Powers, so let’s all stop trying to tell the woman how to do her job. This floor-length ivory frock, with its ruffles and voluminous sleeves and all eyelet everything, reminds us so much of Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2011 collection, but it’s most likely some delightful thrift store find or else a custom-crafted Wagner vision.

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