Jennifer Lawrence leaves her makeup at home and dresses elegantly in a leather jacket before going for a bike ride in New York City with her spouse Cooke Maroney

Jennifer Lawrence was spotted heading out for a bike ride with her husband, Cooke Maroney, on Saturday.

The 33-year-old actress looked effortlessly stylish as she bundled up in a chic leather jacket and a bright yellow scarf for their outing in New York City.

She also sported a dark gray, cashmere sweater as well as dark brown pants and black, leather shoes.

She carried a reddish-brown, patent leather and crocodile-embossed handbag, which matched her rectangular – framed sunglasses.

For their excursion, the No Hard Feelings star – who had a sweet reunion with The Kardashians matriarch Kris Jenner at the Vanity Fair Oscar party last weekend – left her strawberry blonde hair down in soft beach waves.

She also appeared to have opted out of any makeup to showcase her radiant skin and natural beauty.

Meanwhile, Maroney, who is a gallery director at Gladstone 64 and an art dealer, was spotted in a black trench coat, gray trousers and black Vans sneakers as he hopped onto a bike.

Like Lawrence, he shielded his eyes with a pair of dark sunglasses during their outing.

The sweet couple tied the knot in 2019 and share one kid together — their two-year-old son Cy.

The pair were first spotted together in 2018 and got married that following year.

In February 2022, the Hunger Games alum and her husband welcomed their first child together, who is named after the American artist Cy Twombly.

Last weekend, the Silver Linings Playbook star attended the Academy Awards for the first time in six years.

She presented the Best Actress Oscar to her close friend Emma Stone after she received the award herself in 2013.

She had previously received her first nomination at age 20 in 2011.

At this year’s Oscars ceremony, she was asked on the red carpet if she had any advice for the nominees to avoid tripping up the stairs like she did in 2013.

‘Just don’t do that,’ she told comedian and presenter Amelia Dimoldenberg.

She had previously confessed it was ‘devastating’ when people accused her of faking her fall as she ascended the stairs to collect her trophy in 2013.

She also recalled her second fall at the Oscars a year later in 2014 — which prompted the discourse and accusations about her ‘faking her falls’ on purpose.

‘I fell the next year too, so then it looked like I 100 percent faked [it]. It was awful,’ she said. ‘I fell on a cone.’