Being a top model, Natasha Poly can wear pretty much anything and make it look amazing. Still, sometimes certain pieces can be challenging for even the most preternaturally good looking among us — which is what makes Poly's most recent red carpet appearance all the more impressive.
At Wednesday night's 20th Anniversary Benefit for the European School Of Economics, Poly hit the red carpet with Emilio Pucci designer Peter Dundas in one of his designs. The floor-length gown is classic Pucci, with its ruffled tiers, cutout details and bohemian print. While the brown and black make it feel fall-appropriate, the shots of pink and orange keep it visually interesting without clashing. The model is one of the only people we can think of who could wear this dress on a red carpet without looking like she got lost on her way to Coachella.
Poly is smart to finish the look with simple beachy waves and a smokey eye; with a dress that complicated, anything else would have been overdone.