Jennifer Lawrence turned heads with her cute two-piece outfit on a hot day in New York City on Sunday. The blond was dressed in a black plunging crop top and a matching pencil skirt for her day out.

The actress was dressed to impress. Her crop top and skirt combo was from the Michael Kors holiday 2015 and Michael Kors fall 2015 collections, respectively. The crop top will be available for purchase next fall. The skirt gave a glimpse of Lawrence's slender legs as she walked. She accessorized with a flat gold-link chain, a small gold clutch bag and dark glasses, according to Mirror UK.

Her long blond hair blew in the breeze and cascaded over her shoulders. It was styled in loose waves falling around her shoulders making her look every bit the blond bombshell. She quickly rushed to a waiting black SUV in black, strappy, high-heeled sandals. She took things up a notch in sandals that boasted gold lace-up detailing on the back. The "Dario" sandals were by Jimmy Choo. The starlet is a major character in two blockbuster franchises: “X-Men,” in which she plays Mystique, and "The Hunger Games," in which she plays rebel leader Katniss Everdeen.

The star’s recent style overhaul hasn’t gone unnoticed and, according to reports, her ex, Nicholas Hoult, is eager to rekindle their romance. According to reports the Brit actor is “determined to win her back” even though she has moved on with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, 38. Lawrence and Holt went their separate ways in August last year after being together for three years.

A source close to Nick claims he was vying for her attention on the Canadian set of “X-Men: Apocalypse.” He added that the actor is hoping that during filming, he will win her heart again. Jennifer has said that it will be her last time appearance in an "X-Men" film.

Meanwhile, she will reprise her role as Katniss in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2," due out Nov. 20. The 24-year-old star is reportedly apartment hunting in New York City and the New York Daily News claims she has her eye on a condo at 443 Greenwich Street. A two-bedroom unit in the building can cost as much as $7 million.