The lead actress nominee is wearing a sapphire-colored, strapless tuxedo-inspired gown by the Italian luxury goods powerhouse. The style features a fitted bodice and subtle train.
And for me, it falls flat. It seemed like Adams' "Hustle" wardrobe was rubbing off on her red carpet style this awards season. She was playing the sexpot, not the sweetheart, and making daring fashion choices.
Not so Sunday night. That now-famous cleavage is MIA, too. Boo.
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