Yesterday, Jennifer Lawrence and her art dealer fiancé Cooke Maroney hit the streets of New York to grab some lunch together. (Just your typical Sunday afternoon—only with the paparazzi trailing close behind.) The duo, who split their time between Manhattan and Los Angeles, took a decidedly anti-New Yorker approach to their couples style, forgoing all-black looks—New Yorkers love their black, after all—in favor of a lighter, more airy aesthetic that’s all about clinging on to the final days of summer.
For her ensemble, Lawrence wore a cropped white T-shirt, dressing it up with a color-blocked skirt by Marni that hit below the knee; a cutesy piece that is a statement on its own. She accessorized with white low-tops, a pendant necklace, a pink suede bag, and black sunglasses. Maroney, meanwhile, matched her in a long-sleeved white tee of his own that featured the Death Row Records logo; he paired the top with tan chinos, Vans Sk8-His, and black sunglasses. Call their upbeat outfits a rejection of the classic New Yorker vibe—clearly, their California living has rubbed off on the pair, even when on the East Coast.
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