Jennifer Lopez‘s latest look is sending us all the way back to the millennium.
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On Sunday, the star was seen stepping out in Los Angeles in a full-on Y2K-inspired Emilio Pucci set, which incorporated the brand’s Conchiglie-print twill shirt, bandeau top, and silk pants. She accessorised with layered jewellery from Foundrae’s collection—including the brand’s gold flat hoops, yellow gold oversized heart token, protection medallion token, resilience medallion, yellow gold J letter, love golden key medallion, and heavy belcher chain—and topped the look off with Gucci horsebit-embellished shades and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.
Diverging from this bolder pattern moment, Lopez has stepped out in Los Angeles recently in other, more neutral ensembles—most notably while out on date nights with her rekindled lover, Ben Affleck. Two weekends ago, the singer was spotted on a stroll with the actor post-dinner in Beverly Hills wearing a flowy two-piece linen set by Spell & the Gypsy, featuring the brand’s seashell organic tie crop top in ivory and matching asymmetrical ruched maxi skirt. Keeping the look summery and light, she paired the set with strappy heels and a studded, quilted handbag by Valentino. Last week, the star was additionally seen dining at Craig’s in West Hollywood alongside Affleck and her 13-year-old daughter, Emme Muñiz, wearing a beige tank top and white straight-leg trousers, accessorised with a light-blue Loro Piana Sesia bag and layered necklaces.
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J.Lo and Affleck have been going strong as a couple since April. Along with their romantic date nights together, the pair were also recently spotted mansion hunting around various covetable locations in Los Angeles, fuelling rumours that the pair have made plans to move in together and further their relationship, per TMZ. According to Entertainment Tonight, insiders close with the pair also say that it “wouldn’t be [surprising]” if the couple ended up “[moving in] together and ultimately end up together.”
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.