Anna Camp on Her Kaleidoscopic MTV Movie Awards Dress: "I Want to Have Fun with Fashion"

Anna Camp on Her Kaleidoscopic MTV Movie Awards Dress: "I Want to Have Fun with Fashion"
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There was a myriad of vibrant looks on the MTV Movie Awards blue carpet last night---but it was Anna Camp's technicolor ensemble that had us mesmerized. The actress took spring dressing to new heights in a candy-colored Peter Pilotto dress and matching ice-blue Stuart Weitzman sandals.

"The dress came to me in a bag, and I didn’t try on anything else. It fit, no alterations. It was meant to be. The first thing I thought when I took it out was that I’d never seen anything like it---and give it to me now. I want to put it on," Camp tells InStyle. "It’s very light to the point where I feel like I’m not wearing anything. I have to keep looking down and checking to make sure that it’s, like, on. I feel very free. I think I could probably do a stand, walk, run, sit, eat, and drink champagne in this dress if I really needed to."

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But why choose something so unique? The star says it stemmed from a desire to switch things up. "I gravitate towards things that are a little different. I’m from the South and I used to wear a lot of classic things growing up, but as I’ve come to L.A. and started going to events, I want to do things that are different and cool and fun," the actress says. "I want to have fun with fashion, and I think that that’s something that I'm doing tonight. Hopefully I’m successful at it."

Aside from Camp's vibrant outfit, no one could stop talking about her upcoming film Pitch Perfect 2: "I can feel the building excitement from all the fans," she says. "If I can make people happy in this business, I feel like I’m doing my job. And if I can make people laugh, then, it’s great. It’s a great feeling to be a part of something so positive and funny."

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---With reporting by Scott Huver

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