The star went from super chic for her appearance on GMA on April 21 to comfy casual for an afternoon NYC adventure. Click to see more pics of the award winning fashionista and let us know which look you loved on her!
Jennifer Lawrence is hands down the most laid-back celeb in Hollywood, and has proven once again that she can go from glam to casual in a matter of minutes! The 23-year-old actress made an appearance on Good Morning America to promote her new movie, X-Men: Days of Future Past in New York City on April 21. Later that same day, the gorgeous star was seen rocking a more laid-back get-up for a little retail therapy at Rag & Bone in the Big Apple.
Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Good Morning America’ Outfit:
Jennifer appeared outside of GMA where she showed off her long, lean legs and chic new tousled bob! The bombshell opted for a cream colored 3.1 Phillip Lim frock which included a halter strap and fit and flare style. She topped the dress with an exquisite Chloé jacquard jacket and white Jimmy Choo sandals that are adorned with gold detailing. Jen wore her adorable bob with a pair of stylish Tory Burch sunnies and a coral colored lip to enhance her muted color palate, and a super trendy pale pink Balenciaga clutch.
Jennifer Lawrence Shopping In NYC:
Jen swapped out her glam get-up for a more casual look while shopping at the Rag & Bone store in SoHo later the same day. The American Hustle actress donned a monochromatic, ikat print sweater over a comfy grey tank top and always trendy, black skinny jeans. She finished off her spring look with a pair of black sandals and a wide-brim hat. Jennifer donned a necklace by Pamela Love, Lesiure Society sunglasses and a ROSE+STONE three bar ring.
The 24-year-old always opts for age appropriate and sophisticated looks, while always remaining true to her personal style aesthetic. I think that both of the looks that Jen rocked on April 21 were fashionable, the styles and silhouettes are completely wearable for everyday life!
Which look do you prefer? The GMA glam get-up, or laid-back comfort? VOTE now and let us know!
— Alexandra Pine