There is, without doubt, a very delicate art of date night dressing. If you’re going for dinner or a sports game, the best looks for a romantic evening out are always simple , elegant and solid. Over the years, style icons have cemented a few quick, flawless outfits that still make a statement — whether Victoria Beckham’s simplistic strappy dresses or Beyonce’s jeans and a blouse. Today, in 2020, J.Lo’s date night look offers a chic, relaxed wardrobe style that’s ready for every event, and it’s reaching some of the biggest trends this year.
On October 13, Lopez and her sweetheart Alex Rodriguez were seen at the ultra-exclusive San Vincente Bungalows in Los Angeles. They were all formal for the outing — ARod, in a tailored gray suit, and Lopez, in a silky co-ordinate that called for the finest blue tones. Past her go-to Evolve Together face mask, Lopez wore LAPOINTE’s satin blouse and a pair of matching silk twill trousers, all of which came in the same steely blue hue. As for the accessories, she made it simple — going for a chic top-handle flap bag made of calfskin leather. Valentino’s pale aqua hue was the right compliment to the outfit, providing the slightest contrast to her blouse and pants.
For any fashion lover trying to pin down the tone dressing pattern (which celebrities like Katie Holmes and Kim Kardashian have perfected in previous years), this collection offers an up-to-date, easy-to-follow template. Simply carry any bag with a near-matching monochrome silk set — which, right now, there is no scarcity of. Lopez’s co-ordinate is one of the hundreds that flourished over the past year, along with the other silhouettes that toe the line between sleepwear and daywear. Between pajama sets to go out and slip dresses to sit around, Lopez’s trousers and top blend right around — all evidence that sleekness doesn’t have to compromise comfort.
For a formal night out, shop Lopez ‘s exact look — and bear in mind that the set could also be conveniently styled down for a little more informal material.
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