Amanda Seyfried At The 2015 CFDA Awards Is Rocking Solid Peacock Style In Rodarte

I have been pretty smitten with Amanda Seyfried since she first graced my television screen as Sarah Henrickson on Big Love nearly 10 years ago (excuse me while I go have an existential crisis regarding the rapid passing of time). And at the 2015 CFDA Awards, Amanda Seyfried is reminding me just why my 15-year-old self couldn't resist her charms.

Whether portraying pornographic actress Linda Lovelace in the '70s (in what is an epic and necessary film, might I add) or the lovesick Cosette in 1800s France for Les Misérables, Seyfried's acting prowess and demure sensibilities have lightened up my life on more than one occasion. And sartorially speaking, she's been a star of ethereal and glamorous whimsy all along the way.

Even when dressed in more casual separates or skater silhouettes, something that always remains consistent in Amanda Seyfried's style is that classic Hollywood glam. I know: A lot of you are getting bored of pinup vibes and bold, red lips. But I could never grow tired of such quintessential fashion and beauty staples. And so it has come as something of a surprise that the 29-year-old actress has opted for something very different to present at the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards — in what feels like a show of support for the beauty the fashion industry has the power to create. And support for, you know, Rodarte.

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Tonight, Seyfried is wearing what can only be described as a peacock-esque cocktail dress, and looks precious enough to frame. Seriously, I want a photo of this look. I want to put it on my windowsill. I want it to inspire me every day. Everything from the rainbow hues to the feather detailing on the sleeve straps to the exquisite embroidery is just delectable.

Like Seyfried herself, this dress is delicate but strong. Adventurous but kind of classic. It's basically my #humangoals, and for that, I salute its designer. But, as always, I also salute the woman sporting it tonight.

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