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Amy Adams

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We've heard of actresses taking their characters home with them, but Amy Adams is suffering from a different issue. She's taking her character home to her closet! Maybe the SAG-winner just got inspired by the sex '70s cuts? Or maybe she's just using up all the gifts from the American Hustle wardrobe closet...

The biggest and best example is certainly the celeb's gorgeous Golden Globes Valentino. The cut is as dramatic as it gets, and in this scarlet hue, it feels like something straight out of a black tie party at Studio 54.

Amy Adams, Golden Globes 2014, Ralph Lauren

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Amy Adams

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The Her star looks like an editor at Cosmopolitan magazine circa 1975 in this double-breasted LBD...or a English-accented con artist who sells "fine art" for a living. Either way, we're glad this style has stayed with us into the 2000s. Here's hoping it lasts much longer.

Amy Adams, Oscars Nominees Luncheon

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It doesn't get more Saturday Night Fever than a lipstick red leisure suit. This Elie Saab ensemble feels like a direct nod to the bold character who earned Amy her Oscar nomination. Though "Sydney Prosser" would likely unbutton two more buttons and add some bling around the neck.

Amy Adams, Critics' Choice Awards

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The only thing really '70s American Hustle-ly about this Critics' Choice Awards look is that half cape around the Man of Steel star's shoulders. The cut is pretty modern but that pink color is definitly something the British imposter would wear to try and impress possible clients. Sydney did use her feminine side to get what she wanted...

Amy Adams

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This talented red head has come a long way from her demure, Enchanted days. Here she embraces the spirit of fashionable feminism with a cleavage bearing cocktail dress. The color may be a nod to her sweeter days, but the plunging neckline is all Amy 2.0.

So will the vintage clothing run end once the Academy Awards are over? We suspect the answer is yes, unless Amy has another '70s flick in her future.