Jennifer Lopez has shared another retro-inspired look.
The Marry Me actor showed off her penchant for reviving fashion trends in new photos shared yesterday, highlighting a cute outfit with an ’80s flair. In the pics, the star pairs a long-sleeve lavender shirt, featuring an intense V-neck and ruched detailing, with dark high-waisted, flare-leg jeans, both by Et Ochs. Accessories include layers of gold, in stacked necklaces and bracelets, along with shimmery platform stilletos.
“La-La-Lavender 💜 #HappyFriday,” she captioned the pics.
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The “Waiting for Tonight” singer has shown a lot of love for throwback trends while spotted out and about this winter. Earlier this month, she donned a cozy knitted turtleneck poncho for a casual lunch date with her boyfriend, Ben Affleck. She paired the ’70s wardrobe staple with bootcut jeans and carried a soft Valentino Garavani leather bag.
For another eye-catching look, the multi-hyphenate paired a white flared bohemian skirt with a black turtleneck and sky-high platform heels while out to lunch with her twins, Max and Emme Muñiz, 13, whom she shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony. She finished the look with a black Coach bag featuring the brand’s signature Horse and Carriage hardware.
Since reuniting with her reunited love this winter, Lopez and Affleck have reportedly been closer than ever. A source even told Entertainment Tonight this week that an engagement may be on the horizon.
“They are madly in love and Jen totally has Ben’s back, which is why she wanted to make her support and stance known publicly. Things between their children are pretty organic at this point. The families respect each other and also get along, so things are all good and fine on that front. Their friends think they will get engaged eventually and it’s only a matter of time,” the source told the outlet.
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