Get your notebooks out and take down some pointers from Jennifer Lawrence about being a fashion chameleon. The 27-year-old actress is at present going out and about promoting her new film Red Sparrow, set to be released in the US on March 2.
She plays a spy in the film who is obviously great at changing looks. In real life, it appears as though the actress has taken inspiration from her role - she's constantly surprising us with her stunning looks.
In the most recent movie premiere for the film at the Lincoln Centre in New York on Monday, she wore a black semi-sheer gown. The skirt was black lace and the top was sheer with cage detailing. The high neck, sleeveless dress look was made even fiercer by her flaming red lipstick.
She paired it with a high knot and emerald green drop earrings. She even posed looking super serious - her black smokey eyes wide and both her hands constantly on her hips.
The next look we see is this solid colored dress which had a thigh-high slit and the actress paired it with a simple pair of black stilettos. The straps on the dress remind one of a harness. Her hair was tousled and she went with grey smokey eyes and a nude lip. She accessorized with a simple gold bracelet and earrings.
At the European premiere of the film at Vue West End she went the total opposite with her outfit. She went with a shimmering nude-pink and silver backless dress. Her hair was styled in smallish curls and her makeup palette was peach and brown.
She accessorized with a ring on her finger and a simple gold and silver single strand tassel earrings. She smiled for the shutterbugs looking sweet and peppy.
For the movie screening in Washington DC, she chose an olive double-breasted coat over a short black dress that fell way above her knees.
She paired it with a pair of tall and pointed, thigh high black boots. Her hair was weaved into a french braid and she wore some pink blush and glossy mauve colored lips.
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