Jennifer Lopez in Lanvin at the Studios of “American Idol”

Posted on April 24, 2014

No matter what, there has always been one thing true about Jenny. She cannot be accused of doing things half-assed.

 

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Everything’s a look with her. She can take a bunch of random items, put them together, slap on some mega-jewelry and do her hair up diva and strut out of her house each time, confidently shouting, “Here it is, world! Here is MY LOOK for the day!”

Sure, roughly six out of every ten of those looks winds up being nothing but pure ass (see above), but it’s the way she confidently sells the shit out of it that demands your admiration. We were asked recently in an interview which celebrity inspired our book the most (a good question that had never been asked of us before) and without even thinking about it, we both blurted out “Oh, J Lo. Definitely.”  You just can’t beat her for selling the shit out of an impenetrable faux-flawless image while still occasionally using her personal life as a way to seem vulnerable and connect with the public. That’s 90% of the book chapters right there.

And no matter how bad the outfit is (see above), you can always count on her to punctuate it with a killer pair of shoes. That’s one thing she almost never gets wrong.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Juan Sharma/Bruja/PacificCoastNews, FOX]

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