Lawrence is known for using her prominent role as an actress to address various human rights issues, having previously spoken out about her opposition to President Trump as well as her views on gender equality in Hollywood and planned parenthood, The Washington Examiner noted.
Her statement then turned from the sartorial to sexism, with Lawrence pointing out the insinuation that online critics suggested she had no say in the way she dressed.
"This is not only utterly ridiculous, I am extremely offended", the 27-year-old posted. I mean, I don't think you ever do feel settles, [but] as soon as you feel settled with your home and your personal life, you're looking at the world and going, 'How in the hell do I fix this? I was outside for 5 minutes.
She said: "My political passion has nearly turned into an obsession. Not least because I've been outside today and it's blooding FREEZING", one Twitter user wrote.
"It must be about 3 degrees in London ATM, cold enough that the bloke actors have to wear coats and scarves to their press call and yet poor Jennifer Lawrence is wearing a small amount of fabric some might call a dress", one person tweeted.
We've ALL been itching to know the truth about Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss' rumored feud, and now, Jennifer Lawrence is also demanding answers.
The Hunger Games star is taking 12 months off acting to get more "young people engaged politically".
"Timothee, I'm waiting for him to get a little bit older, you know?"
"I'd be like 'I don't want the robe".
Lawrence added she had emailed Lumley after the ceremony to apologise and received a response saying: "I have no idea what you're talking about".
She took to Facebook on Wednesday, writing, "Wow".
ET recently spoke to the always outspoken actress about her highly anticipated spy thriller, out March 2, when she candidly said she was "very direct" when it comes to men she's interested in.