Seyfried took home the trophy at last year's ceremony for her role in 'The Dropout'
This year's Emmy Awards looks a little different for Amanda Seyfried.
The Emmy winner, who isn't nominated at this year's show (which is actually last year's ceremony), sat out the ceremony and shared an Instagram Story from home at what her Monday night looks like instead. Rather than getting all dolled up in a designer look, she's rocking a look of a completely different type.
While posing for a black-and-white photo, Seyfried wore a minidress of sorts with colorblock panels and extra bits of flair dangling from the bottom. One can only imagine what colors (and materials) the "garment" is actually made from, since the photo is in black and white, but the mom of two looked happy to be rocking her handmade look.
"Celebrating the Emmy's with a handmade creation by a six year old," she wrote on the photo, implying her daughter, Nina, made the dress for her. Seyfriend, 38, is also mom to son Thomas with husband Thomas Sadoski.
At the 2022 ceremony, Seyfried knocked it out of the park with her look, mastering the mermaid trend.
She wore a floor-length Armani Privé gown, designed with a body-hugging silhouette covered in rhinestones and accented with mesh detail. She swept her hair in a low bun, courtesy of hairstylist Renato Campora, that spotlighted her dazzling Cartier drop earrings.
"I'm a mermaid tonight!" she told E! News on the red carpet, before raving about the designer: "Armani Privé — they know me like no one else."
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While Seyfried teamed up with makeup artist Genevieve Herr for her pink-and-purple makeup, she took it upon herself to perfect her fuchsia lip color. In an Instagram Story posted by Seyfried's stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, the actress was captured applying her own lipstick in the glam chair.
Later in the evening, she ended up winning her first Emmy for The Dropout, where she thanked everyone in her life, including her husband, children and even her dog, Finn.
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