Amy Poehler & Tina Fey's Golden Globes Outfits Were Sexy, Low-Maintenance (PHOTOS)

01/14/2013 09:21 am ET
  • Ellie Krupnick Senior Editor of Viral Content and Strategy, The Huffington Post
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Amy Poehler and Tina Fey stated outright that they weren't concerned with how they were going to look at the 2013 Golden Globes, their big hosting debut.

Well, indifference becomes them. These two funny ladies looked amazing, from their first red carpet moments to the final minutes of the show.

There was a fair amount of preparation involved, more than Fey and Poehler let on. Poehler joked the the Hollywood Reporter that her pre-show regimen would include a "head peel," while Fey quipped, "I want to look like a really young candle." In reality, Poehler prepped with a spray tan done by St. Tropez's Skin Finishing Expert Fiona Locke.

And as for the dresses, there were certainly fewer than we expected. When Anne Hathaway hosted the Oscars, stylist Rachel Zoe had her in eight different dresses, turning the Oscar stage into a veritable fashion show. Poehler and Fey, true to form, scaled it back to just a few costume changes. For the red carpet, Fey stunned in a strapless, black and white L'Wrenn Scott dress (one of Tina's best looks ever, in our opinion) while Poehler made jaws drop in a Stella McCartney tuxedo with, um, nothing under it.

Later on in the show the pair switched into color: Tina in a glittering navy blue dress and Amy in a burgundy short-sleeve gown, again with a plunging neckline. (Take that, Will Arnett?) Then it was back in black, with Amy in a sequined cocktail-length dress (with boobies out, natch) and Tina in a strange Johnny Depp-esque suit, complete with a faux mustache and wig.

And they didn't even do any of their costume changes onstage.

See all the fabulous outfits worn by Tina and Amy in their first-ever Golden Globes hosting gig!

Tina Fey & Amy Poehler's Golden Globes Looks

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