Tea party dress cues we can all take from the Mockingjay premiere

Nov 20, 2014 at 12:25 a.m. ET

Jennifer Lawrence and her Mockingjay crew walked the red carpet for the film's premiere this week and wowed us with their pretty paisley dresses and floral gowns.

The A-line silhouettes, the floral fabrics, the whimsical prints — is this the Mockingjay premiere, or are these stars on their way to a tea party?

We'd like to think the latter, but in actual fact, these leading ladies have donned their best dresses for the premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 in Los Angeles.

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You’d be forgiven for thinking they were en route to a Sunday high tea, though, complete with freshly made sandwiches — without the crusts, of course — and English breakfast tea from the fanciest of teapots.

Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One premiere

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Jennifer Lawrence had jaws dropping all over the place as she stepped out in this lush Dior gown. Complete with silver trimmings and floral patterns, the dress was divine.

Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One premiere

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Natalie Dormer, on the other hand, went for a yellow Rochas gown with cut outs below the bust and a playful pattern.

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If you fancy getting into the high tea spirit yourself, then take a peek at some of these cute floral dresses.

High Tea-style dresses

Ada Baroque Floral Deep V Bodycon Dress (Missguided, $70); Ailish Floral Asymmetric Dress Multi (Missguided, $50); Olivia Cobalt Blue Plunge Neck Lace Mini Dress (Missguided, $70)

High Tea-style dresses

Cydney Scuba Floral Asymmetric Cut Out Bodycon Dress (Missguided, $40); Mandy Brocade High Neck Skater Mint (Missguided, $60); Desaree Blue Cross Back Lace Detail Puffball Mini Dress (Missguided, $70)

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