Amy Adams Turns to Carolina Herrera for a Custom Maternity Wardrobe

01/07/2010 at 02:11 PM ET

Debra L. Rothenberg/Startraks; Girlie/Fame

While she may not be able to buy Heidi Klum’s maternity designs yet, that isn’t stopping Amy Adams from looking fabulous during her pregnancy, thanks to designer Carolina Herrera! InStyle.com reports that the designer is reworking pieces from her current collections to create a custom-made wardrobe for the lucky mom-to-be. The Leap Year star tells InStyle.com that “They made my clothes for the entire press tour. They’re amazing. They did such a great job.” And the actress is wasting no time debuting her new sophisticated maternity pieces. On Jan. 4, Amy wore an aqua wool crepe dress for an appearance on Good Morning America. One day later, she stylishly stepped out in a gray mélange belted coat with red satin trim paired with a silk mulberry dress for a taping of The Late Show with David Letterman. Last night, the Leap Year star looked ravishing in a ‘lava red’ silk georgette dress at the movie’s premiere. What a fashionable baby bump! Tell us: What do you think of Amy’s red carpet maternity style?

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t. on

she looks fabulous! if I had her budget, id have done the same. Women should look as beautiful as they can prego.

Zee on

Gee, Sarah. Judge much? I am a liberal (thank you), and I think Amy looks lovely.

kay on

She looks amazing who cares how much she spent on her maternity clothes.. i think pregnant women should dress better anyway, most women use pregnancy as an excuse to not look their best. I give her props for looking so great and proving pregnant women can have style.

marky on

Why in the world do any of you care how another person spends their money? Were they supposed to give it to you? Did it somehow change your life for the worse that she has on a nice ensemble when she appears on a press tour? Wow! How petty can you get? And most people wear their maternity clothes more than once unless they only have one child. They may pass them on to friends; in any case, why is it a problem to you? She didn’t buy it; it was loaned or given to her, and even if she did buy it, it’s her money! Sheesh! Live your own life to the best of your ability and don’t judge someone else, please.

Jennifer on

Who says the rest of us pregnant women shop at Wal-mart and Target??? There is no reason you can’t look nice while pregnant.

Erin on

I think she looks FAB!! If she wants to spend her money on custom maternity clothes she has every right to… it is her money.

jojo on

why don’t you all just shut the f&&& up, if you have the money spend it who cares its not our biz.

jak on

Maybe Target will ‘knock off’ some of these designs! She looks great.

1hppymama on

I think she looks great, and who cares how she spends her own money! She earned it, she’s entitled to spend it anyway she wants. She not responsible for the state of the economy, so why should she suffer to make all the haters feel better?

Lori on

OMG !!!! Women – why are you so jealous of other women looking beautiful and having nice things… I was just recently pregnant and enjoyed shopping for my maternity wardrobe that DID NOT include anything from Target… Why should she shop at Target?? I see little green-eyed monsters here !!! Grow-Up!

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