Jennifer Lawrence Wore an Underrated Pair of Manolos With an Ultra-Rare Dior Bag

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Jennifer Lawrence
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Earlier this week Jennifer Lawrence fully embraced the coastal grandma trend in a simple crochet dress with tortoise sunglasses. But yesterday, while out in New York, her blue silk slip dress and oversized The Row cotton and cashmere button-down combo felt very Olsen-core. It's the complete opposite of her crochet look, although she styled both aesthetics with the same two accessories: a rare Vintage Dior Kaleidiorscopic saddle bag and pair of Manolo Blahnik Susa flat toe-loop sandals.

Typically when we see a pair of Manolos, they're of the high-heel variety, most iconically with a square crystal buckle right in the middle. To the untrained eye, Lawrence's sandal doesn't scream Manolo; we don't talk enough about the very good, very subtle sandals Manolo Blahnik also makes. Right now, Nordstrom is sold out of Lawence's exact colorway but has the Susa Toe Loop Sandal in black and white. There's also the Manolo Serrato slide sandal, sans toe-loop if you prefer a shoe you can truly slide into. As for a perfect vacation shoe, Manolo makes the Safina woven sandal, which is handcrafted in Morocco.

Lawrence reminding us of the existence of Manolo sandals couldn't have been better-timed, considering most of the world is experiencing sweltering heat thanks to back-to-back heat waves. Lawrence's Susa Toe-Loop Sandal is the closest to barefoot we can get.

Naturally, Manolo sandals aren't as pricey as its famous heels but they still cost you hundreds. Considering Lawrence has worn them on repeat for weeks and clearly demonstrates they work with a range of summer aesthetics, they're more than worth the investment. But if you spent all your money on a coastal grandma closet for summer, there's also plenty of toe-loop sandals for under $100.

Unfortunately, we can't say the same about her rare vintage Dior Kaleidiorscopic bag, which is not only hard to find but also costs upwards of $4,000 on resale sites. Still, Lawrence provides the blueprint for an easy to replicate summer look: a pair of toe-loop sandals with a satin dress and statement bag. We'll probably leave out the oversized button-down until we can go a couple blocks without sweating buckets.

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