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The delicate art of combining high and low fashion labels can be incredibly difficult to master. Each time a star gathers together a number of brands (say, J.Lo in a Brunello Cucinelli sweater and Nike sneakers), style-watchers instinctively take notice, aiming to nail a few wardrobe formulas that are luxurious and casual all at once. The latest to engage in a mixed fashion trend is JLaw, and she’s calling for a few tried-and tested silhouettes that make for an simple, cozy look. To sweeten the bargain, some of the designer items seen in Jennifer Lawrence’s Converse outfit are currently on sale, creating a well-blended look that’s affordable, too.

On Oct. 26, the Hunger Games star was spotted in New York City, where she spent the afternoon shopping (as her many bulky paper totes made plain). For the dark weather day, Lawrence put on a warm knit cardigan from Dior ‘s Pre-Fall 2019 series, giving a luxurious punch to her off-duty package. Against the geometric print of the sweater, her polka-dotted crepe pants made a big argument for print mixing especially with the aid of her leopard mask.

As for obtaining Lawrence ‘s style, you’re lucky many of her pieces are still in stock (including her pants, which are 70% off right now). Unfortunately, after her Dior sweater first surfaced in 2019, it’s out of production. That said, the French label has dozens of other cream-colored knits to help you get the look. Her Small 16 bag from Celine is currently accessible, much like the matching black Chuck Taylor’s that Lawrence wore to dress.

To shop for the entire look, browse ahead:

Marinière Sweater $1,850 | Dior

Yellow Padded Tee $75 | The Frankie Shop

Small 16 Bag $3,850 | Celine

Silk Satin and Grosgrain-trimmed Polka-dot Crepe Wide-leg Pants $483 | Haider Ackermann

Black Chuck 70 Low Sneakers $80 | Converse

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