Jennifer Lawrence Hunger Games CollageJennifer Lawrence always looks amazing on the red carpet. It helps that she has a Dior contract, but she would still manage to steal the spotlight from her other stylish Hunger Games costars even if she didn’t have the House Of Dior on speed-dial. J.Law has a great sense of style, which has always been evident from her flawless red carpet choices. A lot of Jennifer’s gorgeous looks beat out even the dreamiest of Hunger Games costumes. Sorry, Effie Trinket.

(Related: J.Law’s Incredibly Poofy Dress Steals The Spotlight From Her At The Mockingjay Premiere)

See 11 Jennifer Lawrence outfits that are just as stunning as Katniss‘ Hunger Games wedding dress:

1. Golden Globes, 201168th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Arrivals

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This beautiful Louis Vuitton black dress may not be as poofy as Katniss’ wedding dress, but it has just as many frills. The contrasting black straps and waistband dress it down, just the right amount.

2. Vanity Fair Oscar Party, 2013Jennifer Lawrence Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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Never mind the award, take a look at that metallic dress. I wouldn’t know if she was holding an Oscar or a gold clutch because I am so focused on that shimmering silver dress that looks like liquid metal.

3. Mockingjay Los Angeles Premiere, 2014522341557DM00180_Premiere_O

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The silhouette of Jennifer’s Dior Couture gown is so dramatic. Yeah, she could be hiding Josh Hutcherson, Jena Malone and the rest of the cast under the skirt, but who cares? It’s a modern day princess gown.

4. Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2014463114737ES00087_20th_Annua

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Jennifer’s gown may be sparkly but it is still very sexy, with a bit of a punk edge thanks to the subdued color palette. Plus, this column style makes it look like she is about eight feet tall.

5. Golden Globes, 2013Jennifer Lawrence Dior couture golden globes dress

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Simplicity can make just as much of an impact as a puffy meringue dress–especially when the dress is a bright coral color. This Dior gown had just a hint of drama in the full skirt, and metallic belt, and J.Law took care of the rest.

6. Academy Awards, 2011HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 27:  Actress Jennifer Lawrence arrives at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre February 27, 2011 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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Who could forget this old classic way back in Jennifer’s Winter’s Bone days? This was pre-Dior contract, Calvin Klein minimalism at its best. It was like the Baywatch swimsuit in dress form, but much classier, and everyone loved it.

7. Catching Fire London Premiere, 2013

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 11: Jennifer Lawrence attends the UK Premiere of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' at Odeon Leicester Square on November 11, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Zak Hussein/Getty Images)

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This isn’t your typical strapless dress with a huge skirt, and that is what makes it so great. Why embellish a whole skirt, when you can do half? It looks cool and weighs a lot less.

8. Academy Awards, 2013161315075TM00300_85th_Annua

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Some people said that J.Law’s infamous pale pink Dior Couture gown she wore to the Oscars was similar to The Hunger Games dress, but they both deserve recognition individually. This dress is worth falling flat on your face in front of every major celeb.

9. The Hunger Games Los Angeles Premiere, 2012Premiere Of Liongate's "The Hunger Games" - Arrivals

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A shiny gold fabric in a full-length gown sounds like a very bad Belle Halloween costume. Jennifer’s metallic dress manages to look luxe, not tacky, and it really makes me want to say a Catching Fire pun.

10. Screen Actors Guild Awards, 2011Jennifer Lawrence Pink Dress

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Pink isn’t just for cutesy Barbies. It can look really sexy too, as Jennifer’s fuchsia gown proves. The thigh-high slit helps, and so does the elaborate draped neckline.

11. Met Gala, 2013167730896JN00217_PUNK_Chaos

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This is how you do a vintage-inspired look without turning it into a costume. It wasn’t most obvious choice for the punk-themed Met Ball, but a clever subversion of punk. Check out that veil.