Monday, 12 November, 2018

I'll wear what I like, says Jennifer Lawrence to dress critics

I'll wear what I like, says Jennifer Lawrence to dress critics I'll wear what I like, says Jennifer Lawrence to dress critics
Stacy Diaz | 22 February, 2018, 14:47

However, last night Jennifer Lawrence released a statement on Facebook confirming that wearing that dress outdoors was 100% her decision. Lawrence's dress is a pre-fall 2018 iteration of the 1994 gown, and also includes gold hardwear on the straps and the high split.

The 27-year-old actress thinks the "Call Me By Your Name" star is "hot", but, at 22, he's now a little bit too young for her. She went on reminding everyone, "Everything you see me wear is my choice". Twitter users replied to the Versace account's photo of her in the velvet gown with comments such as, "I've seen your attractive suits and coats".

Jennifer has since revealed that her apparent rudeness was a continuation of an inside joke the duo had been sharing backstage, but told United Kingdom breakfast show host Lorraine Kelly that she apologised unreservedly to Joanna over the incident anyway. An editor at the British magazine New Statesman tweeted a photo of Lawrence with her bundled-up co-stars and added, "This is such a quietly depressing (and revealing) image". Lumley introduced the 27-year-old Sunday night as the "hottest actress on the planet", to which Lawrence replied, "That was a bit much, but thank you Joanna".

Responding to her post, a fan commented: "You say it girlie!"

"If I saw Jennifer Lawrence - I already met her, so I don't know why I would still be geeking out - I would totally be as starstruck as if it was the first time".

But the Oscar winning actress has hit back saying that she didn't want to put a coat over her "beautiful Versace dress" and that she can wear what she likes. "I would have stood in the snow for that dress because I love fashion and that was my choice". I was outside for 5 minutes.

"The body-shaming and outfit-shaming that goes on in the perishable internet media is really disappointing", Edgerton concludes. "At some point it seemed like the weather was blamed because it was the optics, plus the weather, plus the four of us in our outfits".