Jennifer Lawrence: Christian Dior Wardrobe Malfunction (?) at the SAG Awards

Were you able to catch the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards yesterday?

We saw it, but what we did miss was the “supposed” wardrobe malfunction Jennifer Lawrence went through prior to receiving the naked statue. The actress wore a dark blue tiered Christian Dior gown that used a mesh fabric to hold the second layer of the skirt. The see-through section magically appeared and exposed her thighs (and then disappeared) as she walked up the stairs to receive her award. We don’t have any decent videos of this 3-second exposure but feel free to look it up on YouTube in case you find one.

Of course, once you see it, you will soon realize that there really was no ripping involved. It was just a simple case of her lifting the top layer of the skirt a little too high by mistake:

19th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards

SAG Awards Press Room

19th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium - ArrivalsJennifer Lawrence wins a statue at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on January 27, 2013

How do you like Jennifer’s Christian Dior gown lovelies?

Is it spectacular or a little too boring for someone like Jennifer, who is young, fresh, and making quite a name for herself in Hollywood? Should she have chosen a more glamorous gown? Any thoughts?

We admit, we’re not crazy about this latest red carpet frock of hers, but she does look elegant and classy in it, would you agree?

The gown is from Dior’s Spring 2013 Haute Couture Collection in case you’re interested to order it. You may also get Jennifer’s look for a lot less by going for this $660 dress by Rickie Freeman for Teri Jon. It’s made of lace instead of satin, but it features the same asymmetric tiered layer at the bottom:

rickie freeman for teri jon lace strapless gownRickie Freeman for Teri Jon Lace Strapless Gown, $660

Credit: Apega/WENN/FayesVision/Brian To

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