In the middle of the New York heat wave, Jennifer Lawrence managed to stay cool in a very windy set.
The hunger games The star was seen strolling solo in Manhattan yesterday wearing an effortlessly elegant beige midi dress with crochet straps and matching crochet stripes. She teamed the piece with her Manolo Blahnik caramel strappy sandals – which she previously wore on day trips with husband Cooke Maroney – and Christian Dior’s coveted saddle bag in blue suede with gold detailing.
The actress further accessorized a very bohemian gold necklace with a turquoise stone and yellow and orange tortoiseshell sunglasses.
Lawrence looked carefree in her coastal granny and craftcore look and appeared to be listening to music on her AirPods as photographers took her picture. The low-key star wore her hair down and appeared makeup-free.
This season, Lawrence gave us a masterclass in lazy summer dressing. She and Maroney – who welcomed their first child together earlier this year – have been pictured on several runs and dates around town, usually dressed in white t-shirts and simple accessories.
At the start of the week, the Don’t look up star styled his classic tee with airy beige wide leg pants and black sandals. She held hands with her gallery owner husband, who paired his crisp T-shirt with navy pants, black Vans sneakers and matching sunglasses.
On another day, Maroney once again channeled downtown New York cool in navy pants with matching Vans and black shades. Meanwhile, Lawrence opted for simple elegance in a pair of faded wide-leg jeans, a scarlet button-down, his Manolo Blahnik sandals and tortoiseshell sunglasses. She also carried around a tan leather shoulder bag from The Row.
And for a dinner date earlier this month, Lawrence styled her staple piece with a cobalt blue maxi skirt and the same sandals. She carried a soft pastel yellow bag and accessorized with a simple gold necklace. Her husband kept it casual in a pair of beige pants with his white t-shirt and matching beige and white suede Vans.
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