Lake Bell's Perfect Transitional Chloé Look

If we were ladies who lunch, this is how we'd dress.
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If we were ladies who lunch, this is how we'd dress.
Robin Marchant/Getty Images for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

Robin Marchant/Getty Images for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

As people with relatively normal "nine to five" jobs, we don't really know what it's like to go to a fancy brunch on a Tuesday, but if we did, this is exactly what we'd wear -- especially on a warm but breezy spring day.

Lake Bell, whom we still miss from underrated "Girls" predecessor "How to Make It in America," wore the perfect winter-to-spring transitional outfit to a Tribeca Film Festival event on Tuesday: A fluttery Chloé skirt with floral appliques, a sleeveless white top and a bright red wool coat, with the sleeves rolled just-so. She accessorized the look with a boxy oversized white clutch and simple black pumps. Her wavy, undone hair kept the look from being too prim and proper. In other words, she nailed it.