Jennifer Lawrence's Simple Outfit Is Fresher Than Jeans and a Tee

When in doubt, I always throw on a pair of jeans and a T-shirt. It's my foolproof outfit that has never, ever failed me. That said, I've been wanting to challenge myself in the wardrobe department lately and try to step outside my comfort zone, which means giving my favorite jeans a much-needed break. I still need my outfits to be simple and comfortable, and that's where Jennifer Lawrence's latest look comes in.

Photographed in New York City, Lawrence traded her jeans in favor of slouchy black trousers and replaced a T-shirt with a crisp white vest by Polo Ralph Lauren. The subtle swaps actually made all the difference in creating an easy outfit that still feels fresh. Scroll down to re-create Jennifer Lawrence's newest outfit. 

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On Jennifer Lawrence: Polo Ralph Lauren vest; The Row pants and shoes; Loewe bag; Lu Goldie sunglasses

3 Pieces You Need to Re-Create the Look

1. A White Vest

2. Slouchy Black Trousers

3. Flat Sandals

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