Elizabeth Olsen has been in some huge blockbuster films since her big-screen debut five years ago, and she's had to walk the red carpet at some of the most high-profile premieres in Hollywood.
Despite her experience, Olsen says she still has a hard time feeling comfortable in the dresses movie stars are expected to wear. Opening up to Allure for the magazine's June issue, the Captain America: Civil War actress opened up about how red carpet gowns don't really work for her, due to her curves.
"The clothes we're expected to fit into aren't sizes; they're samples," Olsen, 27, explained. "They're not made for chicks with boobs, so I'm very self-conscious about having them."
For Olsen, the problem seems to stem from the pressure actresses face to look amazing at star-studded affairs. However, that doesn't mean she hates dressing up altogether.
"I have fun choosing an outfit for my best friend's wedding, but not [something] I'm going to be judged in," Olsen explained.
While Olsen may feel self-conscious about her chest, she's not the only one who seems to be paying attention to her red-carpet decolletage. Her Civil War co-star, Chris "Captain America" Evans, seemed to be mesmerized by her curves while the two posed for photos at the films' London premiere last month.
Check out the video below to see some of the hilariously awkward red carpet photos.