Jennifer Lopez conquers Paris with jeans with infinite leg effect

Jennifer Lopez is enjoying a few days of vacation in Paris with her daughter Emme.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
14 May 2024 Tuesday 05:36
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Jennifer Lopez conquers Paris with jeans with infinite leg effect

Jennifer Lopez is enjoying a few days of vacation in Paris with her daughter Emme. The artist and the 16-year-old girl have taken advantage of their stay in the French capital to visit some of the most touristic spots, such as the Louvre Museum, the Montmartre neighborhood or the Tuileries Garden.

For sightseeing, the protagonist of Marry Me has surprised with one of the most casual and timeless outfits that has become one of the trends of the year: the white shirt and jeans. It was last year when Valentino recovered these two basic wardrobe items and predicted the return of this set that works perfectly for going to the office as well as for an informal plan.

Lopez has been seen with a white long-sleeved cropped shirt and jeans that have become her favorites and that especially favor those curvy girls who want to visually stylize their figure. Lopez has resorted to high-waisted jeans that enhance the size-less effect and the wide leg and slightly flared hem.

The singer has opted on several occasions for this type of jeans with which she instantly obtains the effect of much longer and more stylized legs. On this occasion, the piece also has a frayed hem that provides that casual touch to the piece.

JLo has worn this outfit with a navy blue trench coat and with two different types of footwear. Upon leaving her hotel, the singer was photographed wearing PVC pumps with very high heels, footwear that she changed in the car for white sneakers so she could walk more comfortably.

These same sneakers have also been seen in another of his looks that also features jeans, in this case, baggy style ones with an elastic waist and wide leg. Again, Lopez opts for combining them with a cropped piece - a short-sleeved t-shirt - to achieve that stylizing effect.