We cannot go on with our coverage of the different looks in the The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 promo tour without first featuring the one that started it all: the nude-on-nude outfit that Jennifer Lawrence wore on the Austrian TV show Wetten, dass..?
Jennifer in that 3.1 Phillip Lim dress and matching sandals kicked off the tour in outstanding fashion (pun intended). The peachy pink color complimented her skin tone well. The slight halter shape and the notch on the short hemline showed off her fit shape. A choppy bob, light eyeshadow, pale lip gloss, and slim bangles made for an overall clean, simple, and fresh look.
Jennifer Lawrence guesting on the German-language show Wetten, dass..? at Stadthalle in Graz, Austria, on November 8, 2014
As much as we love the dress, we think that what really pulled together Jennifer’s look were her divine Oscar de la Renta “Aliah” sandals. The rose-colored feather straps picked up the pink tones on Jennifer’s makeup and skin, preventing the nude colors from making the actress look washed out.
Different angles of Jennifer Lawrence’s 3.1 Phillip Lim dress and Oscar de la Renta sandals
Oscar de la Renta “Aliah” sandals on Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer’s Oscar de la Renta sandals were included in Moda Operandi’s Oscar de la Renta spring/summer 2015 shoes trunkshow. Expect the collection to be available early next year at Zappos Couture and Neiman Marcus, where you can also shop the current fall 2014 collection.
Jennifer was joined on Wetten, dass..? by her Hunger Games co-star Liam Hemsworth. The two were asked to each decorate a chocolate cake. Liam put a smiley face on his, which Jennifer sarcastically noted as “very creative.”
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Liam Hemsworth and Jennifer Lawrence greeting the Wetten, dass..? audience
Liam Hemsworth and Jennifer Lawrence being interviewed by Wetten, dass..? host, Markus Lanz
Liam Hemsworth and Jennifer Lawrence taking on a cake-decorating challenge on the Austrian show Wetten, dass..?
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