Jennifer Lawrence Styles Viral Tory Burch Flats With an Outfit Full of It Girl Brands

Every fashion editor I know wants what she's wearing.

Jennifer Lawrence wearing a vintage ringer tee and Tory Burch flats while walking in New York City
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There's a vibe shift underway in Jennifer Lawrence's casually cool, rich mom wardrobe. For months, Lawrence has been loyal to outfits sourced entirely from Paris Fashion Week designers: Alaïa mesh flats, trench coats and jelly sandals by The Row, cheeky Challengers merch by Loewe. She's still wearing those labels, but she's also branching out to emerging It Girl brands with independent roots and a pair of viral Tory Burch flats on every fashion editor's wish list.

Those must-have shoes—ballerina flats covered in silver studs that debuted on the Spring 2023 runway and sold out the moment they hit shelves—were the most obvious update to Lawrence's street style lineup when she stepped out with her husband, Cooke Maroney, on Thursday, June 27. A departure from Tory Burch's usual T-logo flats, this pair is somehow both comfortably lightweight (according to fashion editor friends who've gotten their hands on a pair and told me all about them) and heavy impactful (look at how those embellishments glisten in the sunshine). Either Lawrence has a luxury sourcer like Gab Waller on speed dial to help her track down a pair, or she was the first to pick up the flats when they were finally restocked.

Jennifer Lawrence walking in New York City with her husband wearing Tory Burch flats with a Frankie Shop skirt and St Agni tote bag

On Thursday, June 27, Jennifer Lawrence wore her viral studded Tory Burch flats around New York City–along with a skirt, bag, and sunglasses from major It Girl labels.

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In addition to her vintage T-shirt and Tory Burch flats, Lawrence stacked three rising It girl brands into the rest of her outfit. First came an Aperol Spritz-toned slip skirt, courtesy of The Frankie Shop. Designer Gaëlle Drevet founded the brand in New York City's East Village in 2015; not long after, it became a fixture in fashion editors' wardrobes for understated, elegant workwear infused with Drevet's French heritage.

Then there was her extra-oversize tote bag designed by St. Agni—an Australian label responsible for everything from Meghan Markle's backless black dress for a recent polo match to several of Kendall Jenner's off-duty outfits.

The cherry on top of her insider-approved pieces was a pair of tinted Phoebe Philo sunglasses. Philo, who gained a cult following as Celine's former creative director, has spent the last year releasing carefully edited collections in her new eponymous brand. Most sell out in an instant. Lawrence's shades say she (or her stylist, Jamie Mizrahi) is on the email list for each rare drop.

Lawrence started expanding her brand horizons earlier this week. She's been carrying the spacious nylon St. Agni tote for the past few days, including with a relaxed button-down and butter yellow parachute pants. That shirt comes from yet another "if you know, you know" label in the mix: modular wardrobing brand Leset. Not that she's quit her Paris Fashion Week brands entirely—her black mules are from The Row.

Jennifer Lawrence wearing a white tee, beige button-down, butter yellow parachute pants, and maxi black tote bag while out in New York City June 2024

Jennifer Lawrence started carrying her St. Agni bag earlier this week with pieces from another insider-beloved brand, Leset.

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Halie LeSavage
Senior News Editor (Fashion & Beauty)

Halie LeSavage is the senior fashion and beauty news editor at Marie Claire, where she assigns, edits, and writes stories for both sections. Halie is an expert on runway trends, celebrity style, emerging fashion and beauty brands, and shopping (naturally). In over seven years as a professional journalist, Halie’s reporting has ranged from fashion week coverage spanning the Copenhagen, New York, Milan, and Paris markets, to profiles on industry insiders including stylist Alison Bornstein and J.Crew womenswear creative director Olympia Gayot, to breaking news stories on noteworthy brand collaborations and beauty launches. (She can personally confirm that Bella Hadid’s Ôrebella perfume is worth the hype.) She has also written dozens of research-backed shopping guides to finding the best tote bags, ballet flats, and more. Most of all, Halie loves to explore what trends—like the rise of doll-like Mary Janes or TikTok’s 75 Hard Style Challenge—can say about culture writ large. (She justifies almost any purchase by saying it’s “for work.”) Halie has previously held writer and editor roles at Glamour, Morning Brew, and Harper’s Bazaar. Halie has been cited as a fashion and beauty expert in The Cut, CNN Underscored, and Reuters, among other outlets, and appears in newsletters like Selleb and Self-Checkout to provide shopping recommendations. In 2022, she was awarded the Hearst Spotlight Award for excellence and innovation in fashion journalism. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Harvard College. Outside of work, Halie is passionate about books, baking, and her miniature Bernedoodle, Dolly. For a behind-the-scenes look at her reporting, you can follow Halie on Instagram and TikTok.