No one does it like Jennifer Lopez, and she won’t allow anyone even a second to forget that she is the main character. With each look, just when you may be thinking “This one can’t possibly be better than the last,” she pulls out yet another stop. And, last night, for her fifth appearance on Saturday Night Live, she pulled out four.
Right off the bat, the “On the Floor” hitmaker set the glamorous tone for the evening, arriving at 30 Rockefeller Plaza where the evening show is filmed in a transparent black mock neck top over a nude bra tucked into floor-grazing, wide-leg slate gray trousers. Overtop, she wore a long light gray vest coat that featured a belt on the interior and dramatic lapels. For an unexpected pop of color, Jennifer added bright teal leather opera gloves, and, of course, finished everything off with some bling in the form of a wide gold choker and thin-framed purple-tinted sunglasses. She rounded off the look by wearing her signature bronzy glam with a sultry smokey eye and nude lip and styling her caramel tresses in soft, voluminous waves.
Once inside, the Hustlers star continued to raise the stakes. For her performance of “Can’t Get Enough,” Jennifer broke all the rules of business wear, donning black wide-legged trousers that featured a V-shaped waistline and hot deep cutouts on each hip. She paired the pants with an equally daring top: a white button-down shirt that was cropped all the way into a bra featuring a plunging, unbuttoned neckline and defined cups, which she layered with an inky black cropped blazer. She kept her locks down for the song, which majestically blew as she danced, making her look like every inch of the pop star she is.
She followed the act by winking to her Couture Week looks, debuting her song “This Is Me…Now” in a dress that looked like actual art. Jennifer was breathtakingly beautiful in a grand, off-the-shoulder gown completely composed of pale pink roses and wispy white feathers. The dreamy piece featured a trailing, floor-sweeping skirt with a heart-racing leg slit that went up to her hip and large, bushy sleeves. To let the centerpiece shine even more, she pulled her hair back into a low slicked-back bun. Although it is unknown if these flowers were real (like her white Schiaparelli coat), it is certain that this dress is the perfect embodiment of the love and self-healing Jennifer discusses in her new track.
Jennifer finished off the night, and her impromptu fashion show, with the most J.Lo look. Forget mob wife, Jennifer looked like an ice queen in a pure white maxi gown that featured an abstract shimmery silver criss-cross neck detail under an ultra-luxurious crisp white fur coat by David Koma, all paired with the most sparkly chrome pointed-toe stiletto boots and a small white leather purse. Consider the ante unequivocally upped.
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