Amy Adams Kept Her Old Hollywood-Inspired Fashion Streak Alive at the 2019 Golden Globes
Since making her Golden Globes debut in 2008, Amy Adams has become a regular at the Beverly Hilton hotel, racking up a total of nine nominations in the last decade. Already a two-time winner, she had the rare honor of being a double-nominee this year for her roles in HBO’s Sharp Objects and the film, Vice.
A moment this big called for an even bigger style moment, and, as usual, she delivered, hitting the red carpet in an off-the-shoulder teal Calvin Klein By Appointment gown and an assortment of rose gold jewelry from Cartier.
Adams, 44, was last nominated in 2017 for her role in sci-fi film, Arrival. For the occasion, she opted for a sexy black sequined strapless Tom Ford gown. (No surprise considering she starred in Ford's Nocturnal Animals in 2016.)
For her first big win, the actress was red hot in a halter Valentino dress with a plunging neckline.
Just a year later in 2015, she opted for a drape-y periwinkle blue Versace gown that showed off her trim figure.
Yet another winning look in our book.