Amy Poehler could sell us pretty much anything (to Old Navy's delight...)

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Old Navy has enlisted Amy Poehler for their latest spring campaign promoting their cute Pixie Pant line. The Parks and Rec comedian will be starring in an upcoming series of commercials for the brand, and we think it's a pretty brilliant move for Old Navy. Because... well, who doesn't love Amy Poehler?

Poehler told People: "I'm basically the Daniel Day Lewis of commercials," because she'll be transforming into a multitude of different characters throughout the campaign. In the first, she sits at her desk as the head honcho at a law firm about to interview someone for a job. Poehler's character becomes completely enthralled with the interviewee's pants, and the fact that they came with a free t-shirt that she basically bowls everyone over to get to the store. Besides the fact that, while cute, the outfit (a white t-shirt...?) probably isn't what you'd want to wear to an interview, it's hilarious and seriously has us considering a pair. And at that price? How can you go wrong?

The stretchy, skinny Pixie Pant come in 13 colors and is available for a mere $25. Click through the gallery to see our favorites from the collection, and check out Amy's Old Navy spot below!

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