Jennifer Lawrence: I haven’t chosen Globes dress

Jennifer Lawrence hasn't "picked a dress yet" for the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday.

The actress is running out of time to decide on what she will be wearing to the prestigious ceremony at the end of this week.

Jennifer hasn't even started to consider her outfit for the Oscars in February either, even though she will be in the spotlight at both ceremonies for her performance in Silver Linings Playbook.

"I have not picked a dress yet, [for the Golden Globes much less Oscars]," Jennifer admitted to USA Today.

The star recently started working with celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe whose influence on Jennifer's looks has already been displayed on the red carpets this year.

At the Critics' Choice Awards last night, Jennifer looked fabulous in an ensemble that combined a cut-out detail, leather, rouching and a hardware belt to give a vintage rocker feel.

Similarly the talented stylist sent Jennifer down the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles this week dressed in a black Valentino dress from the Fall 2012 Couture collection. The unusual frock contained draped sleeves and heavy embellishment to give Jennifer's look another distinctly vintage vibe.

Jennifer isn't worried about the potential wardrobe nightmares she faces ahead of her high profile awards events appearances this season and joked she is more concerned about how much fun she can have instead.

"I've thought about how much liquor I'm going to consume on Sunday," Jennifer laughed. "Last year, at the Globes, I couldn't drink. I was like, oh, my God. Hopefully, it will be better this year now that I can drink."

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