Another day, another casual slay Jennifer Lopez. The singer was seen in New York City sporting the perfect off-duty look.
The “Get Right” artist, 53, was photographed leaving Bergdorf Goodman, sporting a white oversized button-up on Sunday, August 14. Lopez paired the timeless piece with gray biker shorts and chunky white sneakers — an effortless yet trendy outfit formula. Accessorized with rounded sunglasses from Gucci and a Gucci crossbody bag, she also wore Gucci sunglasses. Lopez chose soft makeup and had her hair pulled back in a low ponytail for glam.
Lopez has been mastering the cozy aesthetic of late.
Last week, Lopez was spotted leaving a Los Angeles dance studio wearing a Ralph Lauren rainbow tie dye sweatsuit. Lopez paired the look — which saw a resurgence in 2020 due to shoppers leaning on comfortable attire while isolating amid the COVID-19 pandemic — with Nike Air Force 1s that featured neon swooshes.
The JLo Beauty founder also wore red sunglasses from Quay and a large green Hermés Birkin bag, giving the relaxed ensemble a high-fashion upgrade. Lopez wore a similar set from the fashion label when he was out and about in New York two years ago.
Like her street style, Lopez’s red carpet fashion is noteworthy. For premieres and award shows, the EnoughStar often wears figure-hugging dresses that highlight her curves, or whimsical gowns in bright colors. The actress is well-known for wearing a tall heel from brands such as Christian Louboutin and Gucci, to name a few. The star can also be found in JLo Jennifer Lopez designs, which are available at DSW.
Lopez spoke out about her love of fashion when she won the Fashion Icon award in 2019.
“Receiving an award for the fashion image you put forward is a huge honor,” she said in her acceptance speech at the time, per Vogue.
She went on to share that she learned the “power of fashion” at a young age. “You understand that how people see you is important, and a lot of that is what you wear. But after I started my career and it expanded into movies and music, I learned that it’s much more profound than that,” Lopez said.
The “Waiting for Tonight” singer concluded: “Whether it’s in a movie role or a music video that sets a trend for pop culture, or the red carpet, or transcending into a character, or giving you the confidence you need to perform in front of 20,000 people, fashion is about the powerful moments it creates that can inspire you and the world around you.”