Amy Poehler in Philosophy at the “Inside Out” UK Screening

Posted on July 20, 2015

Let us first stipulate that she looks surprisingly good as a brunette. It’s perhaps a shade too dark for her coloring, but that’s easily fixed the first time she goes in for maintenance.

 

Amy-Poehler-Inside-Out-UK-Movie-Premiere-Fashion-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Amy Poehler attends the UK Gala Screening of “Inside Out” at Odeon Leicester Square in London, England in a Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini long-sleeved floral print dress paired with Casadei purple suede pumps and Ippolita jewelry.

Amy-Poehler-Inside-Out-UK-Movie-Premiere-Fashion-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO-(5)Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Floral Print Dress

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And we’re sorry to say the makeup looks a bit harsh.

But we also really like this look for her, although it took us a moment to realize it. When you do what we do for a living (Professional Bitch), you tend to start off looking for the flaws in a red carpet ensemble first. And sure, we found a few things we don’t like. The neckline, for one. It’s too high. She’s not some tall willowy thing, so she’d be better off with a little bit of a V or a scoop. And we’d probably have prefered a shorter sleeve, just to offset some of the stiffness of the look. But we love the shape, print and colors. And while the shoes look like they’re torturing the hell out of her feet, they’re mostly well-chosen, if you’re going for something matchy. It’s got a few flaws or missteps, but overall, this is a sophisticated look that’s well suited to her. Her style is maturing nicely.

[Photo Credit: Getty Images, FameFlynetUK/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES, Xclusive/PacificCoastNews, albertaferretti.com]

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