Jennifer Lopez’s Old Hollywood Glamour Take Features an Ab-Baring Crop Top

The star shared a showstopping, modern ensemble with a twist on Instagram.
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez.

Is there anything Jennifer Lopez can’t do? The Grammy nominated singer and actress put her own spin on Hollywood glamour and we can’t get enough of her impeccable style.

Lopez rocked a cropped bra top and matching low-waisted midi skirt by Brunello Cucinelli with a white blazer over top. The “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” singer wore a head scarf tied underneath her chin and donned a wide-brimmed hat on top of it in a nod to old Hollywood. The monochromatic ensemble, styled by duo Mariel Haenn and Rob Zangardi, was accessorized with platform wedges, a chainlink bracelet and a few rings.

Makeup artist Ash K Holm opted for lots of lashes, bronzed cheeks and a glossy lip. The Shotgun Wedding star also credited hairstylist Lorenzo Martin in her Instagram collage of the look.

“Channeling old Hollywood glam, but with a twist. 🤍,” Lopez wrote in her caption, while also tagging her full glam team.

“Wow 😍🔥🔥,” Paris Hilton gushed in the comments.

“Gorgeous ❤️❤️,” Tom Bachik added. The nail artist did Lopez’s sheer and sparkly French manicure for the occasion.

“My girl. Love you. ❤️❤️❤️,” Loren Ridinger exclaimed.

“Beyond beautiful @jlo ❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥,” Holm applauded.

“Teach us your ways JENNY 🤍🔥,” Raquel Castro pleaded.

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