Celebrity Jennifer Lawrence Jennifer Lawrence Reworked the Classic Party Outfit with a Plunging Blazer and No Bra Far from predictable. By Alicia Brunker Alicia Brunker Instagram Alicia Brunker is a freelance writer who covers celebrity, royal, and fashion news for InStyle.com. She joined InStyle's digital team in 2017, and previously contributed to ELLE, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and WWD. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on February 25, 2023 @ 11:56AM Pin Share Tweet Email In a sea of sheer dresses, cutout gowns, and high-slit skirts during W Magazine's Annual Best Performances party in Los Angeles last night, Jennifer Lawrence stood out with a refreshing take on the party outfit that was sexy, but far from stereotypical. For the festive occasion, J.Law went braless in a plunging black blazer that extended down to the top of her midriff and featured ruching around the bodice. She paired the open-front jacket with a matching black leather midi skirt that mimicked the draping of her top, as well as a pair of round-toe pumps with a gold sculptural heel. Finishing off her outfit was a black shoulder bag with a gold chain strap, her diamond engagement ring, and a milky manicure. Getty Lawrence's blonde hair was worn down in loose waves that fell past her shoulders, and she coupled her winged eyeliner with bronzy skin and nude lips. Jennifer Lawrence Says She'd Be "Starstruck" Meeting Jessica Simpson Last month, J.Law was featured in W Magazine's Best Performances issue for her most recent film Causeway. During the interview, she spoke about how she dove deep into her character for the role of Lynsey, who is a military veteran recovering from a traumatic brain injury. To prepare, she revealed she "spoke to a lot of ex-service members who suffered from TBIs and physician assistants, physical therapists and occupational therapists to learn how to move and to make sure we were telling the story as accurately as possible." "The whole process came with a lot of gratitude and humbling," she added. "So much of acting is almost an exploitation of your own empathy."