Dress du Jour: Olivia Wilde Does Pockets and Petals

Olivia Wilde - H 2015
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Olivia Wilde - H 2015

Blooming on the carpet.

The Dress: A floral cut-out bodice with a matching design at the skirt's hemline, created by Rosie Assoulin for her resort 2016 collection.

The Wearer: Olivia Wilde, who was styled by Karla Welch.

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The Event: At the Meadowland premiere in New York, where she was joined by co-stars Juno Temple and Luke Wilson, director Reed Morano and husband Jason Sudeikis.

Why We Dig: Like every Rosie Assoulin design, the pieces are all about making the wearer stand out on the carpet with unique shapes and architectural cut-outs — and this particular look does that with ease. Wilde looked like she had an extra spring in her step, thanks to the outfit's floral theme and fiery-red hue. In addition to the fun flower top, the gown's most swoon-worthy details include the pockets on the side, which the actress seemed to appreciate (she even added "#pockets" as part of her caption on Instagram) and the way the dress was all tied together in the back. Forevermark diamond earrings, a swipe of rosy lipstick and matching pointy pumps completed the red-hot look.