Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Jennifer Lopez

  

Jennifer Lopez is one of the few celebrities who has stayed true to a consistent sense of style throughout her entire career. From her “Jenny from the Block” days to becoming the style icon she is today, J.Lo never fails to bring glitz and sexiness to every red carpet event she attends. She’s become a glamour icon for her tendency to rock glitter encrusted bodices, sleek and shiny gowns and skin-bearing designs. Lopez isn’t a celebrity that can be overlooked on the red carpet and few gowns caused as much gossip as her plunging emerald Versace gown from the year 2000. Lopez doesn’t allow her age to define her style and even in her late 40s still remains loyal to her signature full-blown glamourista appearance. Whether rocking her emblematic cargo pants and bandana in the ’90s or her classic red carpet glimmering gowns, follow along for Jennifer Lopez’s Fame10 fashion evolution:

Los Angeles Premiere of That Old Feeling — 1997

In one of her earliest red carpet appearances, Jennifer Lopez stepped out at the premiere of That Old Feeling wearing a knee length bodycon cornflower blue dress. Even in her 1990’s Hollywood appearances J.Lo rocked glitzy sparkling frocks! The glamour icon looked lively and youthful by allowing her natural curls to run wild and wearing minimal makeup. Although we love the simplistic Lopez vibe of this glittering look, we’re unsure about the casual sweater wrapped around her neck which brought a laid back vibe to an otherwise polished look.

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71st Academy Awards — 1999

In her early red carpet years, J.Lo stayed in a committed relationship with Badgley Mischka dresses and made them an icon. This strapless jet black dress with rhinestone decals definitely was eye catching, but we’re not sure that black compliments J.Lo’s caramel skin tone. We love the glam choker style necklace and sleeked back hair, but the dark colour and billowing shape of the dress drowned Lopez.

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