Jennifer Lawrence Is Harry Styles' Cool Girl Crush

Jennifer Lawrence Is Harry Styles' Cool Girl Crush
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One Direction’s Harry Styles talks Jennifer Lawrence's style and his music idol in InStyle’s November issue

Ever wondered what to wear to impress Harry Styles? You know, if the occasion ever arose where you might be in the same place as him. Well, here’s a suggestion: leave the skyscraper heels at home, especially if you can’t walk in them.

“Sometimes you see girls walking down the street properly [dressed up],” Harry told us in an interview in this month's InStyle, “but they can’t walk because their shoes are dodgy.”

And we have to agree with the One Direction charmer, nothing’s going to ruin your look more than a pair of shoes you can’t move in. If you want to get into Harry’s good books, look to Jennifer Lawrence for some style tips.  “She dresses cool,” Harry said. “I like her at all those big awards things.”

This isn’t the first time Harry has expressed his admiration for Ms Lawrence. After witnessing her trip up the stairs at February’s Oscars, Harry tried to strike up a Twitter conversation with Jennifer, but unfortunately messaged the wrong girl. Don't worry Harry, it happens to the best of us.

And while he may not come across as the shy and retiring type, there’s still at least one person that can give Harry butterflies in his stomach: Chris Martin.

Harry told us that the Coldplay frontman is one of the few people that can make him feel a little self-conscious: “He’s the nicest guy. And he doesn’t make me feel nervous, but when you have so much respect for someone, it’s difficult not to.”

See, Harry’s just like the rest of us when it comes to meeting your idols.

Read the full interview with Harry and the rest of One Direction in this month’s InStyle, out now

By Olivia Marks

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