Jennifer Lawrence Added an Uncharacteristic Pop of Color to Her Spring Uniform

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Written By Paklay Zablay

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Jennifer Lawrence seems to prefer neutrals to neons, at least if her New York City street style is anything to go by. Often, when she’s photographed running errands or taking her son, Cy, for a walk in his stroller, she keeps a low profile in shades of brown, black, or navy, sometimes all at once. This is a woman who puts the “quiet” in quiet luxury.

So it was all the more surprising when, on April 11, Lawrence was photographed carrying a banana-hued handbag while taking a stroll. Thank goodness she was wearing sunglasses, am I right? I mean, her bag is literally brighter than the caution tape in this photo:

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To finish off the unusually sunny ensemble, Lawrence matched her goldenrod camisole to her Vans sneakers, making it very clear that this whole yellow thing was not an accident but a choice.

Silhouette-wise, Lawrence stayed true to her easy springtime formula by wearing a black cardigan buttoned at the top, straight-leg blue jeans, and an olive green trench coat.

As a fellow New Yorker, I might hazard to guess that Jennifer Lawrence’s gravitation toward warmer hues on this dreary spring day is part wishful thinking, as if, by dressing like the sun, one might coax him out from behind the clouds. If this was the case, the actor was, sadly, unsuccessful.

Ah, well, at least we’re not in London!


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