We've been a little caught up in Jennifer Lawrence's outfits this week, but can you blame us? She's made us want to switch out AirPods for $19 wired headphones and put on perfect slides that rival the cloud ones that went viral on TikTok in closed-toe shoe season. And yesterday, she made us realize that maybe we've been doing sweatpants wrong this whole time.

Instead of sticking to an acceptable sweatpants price tag of $25ish while out in New York, Lawrence wore the most expensive pair of sweatpants possible with affordable-by-comparison Dior sneakers. The sweatpants in question were by the The Row, and they retail for $1,990. The sneakers? A mere $750.

The Row does not characterize these as "sweatpants," of course, but rather "wide-leg pants," though we'd argue their overall vibe is on par with sweats, even though these are made with cashmere and not a cotton blend. Lawrence finished off the look a white blazer, which elevated and polished the otherwise cozy outfit.

Nothing will compare to the luxe feeling of owning anything by the Olsen twins's The Row, but we feel confident in saying you can easily recreate this look for thousands less with the wide-leg sweatpants and white blazers below. Then just add your wired headphones and your Dior, and you can basically call yourself JLaw.

Get the Look:

The Row Caleti Cashmere Wide-Leg Pants
Shop now: $1,990; net-a-porter.com

Longyuan Stretch Pajama Pant
Shop now:
$13; amazon.com

Waitfairy Solid Rib Knit Wide Leg Sweater Pants
Shop now:
$28; amazon.com

Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Ultra Lite Pants
Shop now: $119; nordstrom.com

Zella Peaceful Wide Leg Sweatpants
Shop now: $39 (Originally $65); nordstrom.com

Skims Cozy Knit Joggers
Shop now: $88; nordstrom.com

Merlette Alta Side Twill Jacket
Shop now:
$272; nordstrom.com

Adidas Originals Blazer
Shop now:
$100; nordstrom.com

Endless Rose Oversize Single Breasted Blazer
Shop now: $120; nordstrom.com

The Drop White Blazer
Shop now:
$70; amazon.com

Calvin Klein Two Button Lux Blazer
Shop now:
$92; amazon.com

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