Jennifer Lopez Steps out in Skintight Animal Print Dress and Thigh-High Boots with Her Fiancé Alex Rodriguez
Jennifer Lopez knows how to make a fashion statement at any event, even business meetings. While fiancé Alex Rodriguez kept things traditional, Lopez went all out.
Granted, the two are wealthy, but it's unclear what the meeting was for. Regardless, both of them dressed up for the occasion. The photo is found below.
Rodriguez dresses smart
For his part, Rodriguez wore a navy blue suit with a baby blue undershirt and a red tie. He carried a large black bag and accessorized with a pair of sunglasses.
The former baseball pro held the hand of his sweet Lopez, who also wore sunglasses. Lopez, however, took things to the next level with her attire from neck to toes.
Lopez looks sleek
The singer and dancer wore a green snakeskin print mini-dress that started at her neck and landed just below her famous posterior. She carried a black bag in her free hand.
The "Get Right" singer, whose body is regularly praised, showed off her legs in a modest yet sexy pair of brown thigh-high stiletto boots. The actress wore a simple pair of gold hoop earrings.
Jennifer Lopez visits AT&T ON LOCATION during the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada on September 8, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Lopez styled her honey-gold locks loose for the outing. While some found that the dress was too clublike to do business in, others praised the star for looking stunning as usual.
It further came to light that Lopez and Rodriguez will also be doing the most for their upcoming nuptials. According to Life & Style magazine, about $3 million will go into the pair's wedding.
The rumor mill is claiming that the wedding will take place in the summer — on a yacht, no less. Next month will make one year since the couple got engaged after dating for two years.
PETA slams Lopez
Lopez's tendency to don animal print is no surprise. The week before, she got slammed by PETA and others for wearing a feathered flag cape during her 2020 Super Bowl Halftime performance.
The animal rights activists shared an angry tweet during the Sunday night show, writing, "this flag could have flown without killing birds." They included a split photo of Lopez next to featherless bird carcasses.
Although Versace claimed that the feathers were "sourced ethically," it didn't deter the backlash from other animal lovers who didn't care for the cape. We anticipate some comment's on Lopez's recent display.