Jennifer Lopez Is a Floral-Covered Mother in ’70s-Inspired Maxi Dress

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Although Jennifer Lopez’s co-chairing gig for the 2024 Met Gala ended over a week ago, it seems the Shotgun Wedding star is still looking to the fundraiser’s “Garden of Time” dress code for inspiration when it comes to picking out her looks.

On Sunday, the multi-hyphenate was spotted out and about in Los Angeles—likely headed to celebrate Mother’s Day with her twins, Emme and Max—where she embraced the springtime season with her fit. For the holiday, Lopez chose a patterned maxi dress from La DoubleJ covered in a print of large orange flowers. The high-neck, long-sleeved dress featured ruffled, flared cuffs and a tiered skirt with a ruffled bottom hem.

Jenny From the Block paired the warm-toned dress with an ombré, croc-embossed bag that was also in a fiery orange. She rounded out the fit with octagonal oversize shades.

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Although she was seen donning these groundbreaking florals this past weekend, the “Can’t Get Enough” singer went for a totally different vibe when she acted as co-chair for the Met Gala on the first Monday in May.

For that event, Lopez totally stunned in a custom strapless dress from Schiaparelli. The nearly see-through design, which took over 800 hours of hand embroidery to create, was covered in millions of silver foil bugles and beads. The front of the sculptural gown split off along the neckline into two mirroring waves and the silver lines decorating the fabric made Lopez look like she was coated in a spider’s web. She paired the dress with matching diamond jewelry, a champagne clutch, and platform heels.

For this look, Lopez was more inspired by the theme of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s coinciding exhibit, “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.” She told The New York Post, “I wanted to be perfect for the Sleeping Beauties [theme].”

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