We’ve never seen this show, but it’s coming back for a new season and because there are no red carpets for Miss Jenny to stomp down to promote it, we’re turning to the publicity shots just released to get our J Lo fashion fix.
Okay, well… that’s certainly a look. If it weren’t for the massive flare on the pants, we’d say it almost kinda-sorta looks like a dance costume of sorts, but that’s probably stretching things (no pun intended). J Lo loves predominately white ensembles, as well as very tight ones with slightly odd silhouettes. We don’t love or hate the look (although we’d probably be a bit more critical if she actually walked a red carpet in this), but it suits her, plays to her preferences, and feels right for this kind of project. We feel like the pants are a weensy-bit see-through, but that could be our imaginations. A shame about the loss of her feet. That’s got to be tough for a dancer.
You know what Miss Jenny loves even more than something tight and white?
Head-to-toe Python Queen realness. She just loves herself a snake print; especially if she can extend it from her outfit to her accessories. The boots are cute and the hair is really cute, but we can’t deal with a snakeskin romper at the moment, no matter how hard up for celebrity fashion we might be.
And finally, perhaps the most puzzling look of all:
Merry Christmas from the Lopez-Rodriguez household, we guess. Seems a little weird to wear a heavy sweater to promote a summer series, but it’s not like the lady ever needed any advice from us as to how to manage her image. This is all extremely matchy, which means we’d likely ask for some contrast if she were walking a red carpet in this look. But for promo work, it’s fine. If said promo work was happening in December.
First Look: Balmain Black and White Jumpsuit
Second Look: Nour Hammour Come Up Python Shorts | Ben Taverniti Unravel Project Snakeskin Print Ankle Boots
Third Look: TRE by Natalie Ratabesi Red Ensemble | DSW Shoes
Styled by Rob Zangardi + Mariel Haenn | Hair by Chris Appleton | Makeup by Scott Barnes | Nails by Tom Bachik
[Photo Credit: Jordin Althaus/NBC, Trae Patton/NBC, Andrew Eccles/NBC]
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