Look: Jennifer Lopez Paired a Nude Corset Underneath a Sheer Turquoise Top

The singer-actress promoted her new film in a super springy ensemble.
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez.

Jennifer Lopez is doing press to promote her new film, The Mother, and we can’t get enough of the outfit she wore for a Today segment on May 3.

Her dreamy aquamarine outfit, styled by duo Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, featured a sheer Del Core blouse with balloon sleeves with a matching leather pencil skirt. Lopez donned a nude corset underneath the gauzy top, which was expertly coordinated with her neutral heels. Her accessorizes were kept minimal otherwise, and the star rocked a thick pair of silver hoops in her ears.

Hairstylist Lorenzo Martin swept the “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” singer’s dark locks up into a sleek bun, while makeup artist Ash K Holm opted for lots of smokey eye shadow and a classic nude lip.

“Good morning TODAY SHOW!☀️,” Lopez exclaimed in an Instagram caption of photos of the bright and springy look.

“This is one of my fav looks from today!!” Holm declared. “❤️ you are a dream !!”

“Stunning 😍,” Paris Hilton gushed.

“My fashion icon🫶,” a fan wrote.

“Just love you!!” Tatianna Merritt proclaimed. “🩵 Such a beauty full of grace and elegance!!”

The Mother, an action-drama also starring Omari Hardwick, Lucy Paez and Gael García Bernal, begins streaming on Netflix on May 12.

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