Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior at the “Hunger Games” Germany Premiere

Posted on November 13, 2013

We’re starting to think the styling decisions for Jen’s Catching Fire poledance amount to someone pulling things off a rack in a Dior showroom and shipping them off to her with no consideration as to how they’re going to look.

This is not quite as bad as yesterday’s entry, but it’s still a huge misstep.

Jennifer Lawrence attends “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Germany premiere at Sony Centre in Berlin in a Christian Dior paired with Stuart Weitzman sandals.

Christian Dior Resort 2014 Collection/Model: Alex Yuryeva (SILENT)

She’s confirming every misgiving we had about pairing her up with the Dior brand. It just doesn’t suit her. To be fair, after we decided the pairing was a mistake, she turned around and surprised us several times over by wearing Dior and looking very good to downright stunning in it. Were those instances outliers? Or are these latest two missteps something momentary and easily corrected going forward? Time will tell. All we know is, this look is not doing her any real favors. She doesn’t look horrible so much as she just looks bland – and we all know she’s easily capable of looking dramatic and chic. We definitely think, so long as she’s got that haircut, they should keep her away from whites and washed-out colors. She needs richer, brighter, more saturated color now more than ever.

And we’re ready to say it: this pixie cut isn’t good for her. It’s not a bad cut per se, but it’s definitely adding about a decade to this 23-year-old’s face. And it just doesn’t read “hot 20-something movie star at the height of her game.” It reads “30-something local broadcast journalist.” And the way it’s styled here – the way it “sits” too high somehow – makes it look wiggy.

And will someone please put some makeup on this poor movie star’s face?

 

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: John Rasimus/PacificCoastNews, Away!/PRPhotos.com, style.com]

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