Jennifer Lopez Declared Florals Are In for Fall With a Plunging, High-Low Gown

Everything's coming up roses.

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If anyone can make florals for fall a thing, it’s Jennifer Lopez. On Sunday, the singer-slash-actress attended the 5th Daytime Beauty Awards honoring the science behind beauty, health, and wellness in Los Angeles while serving a masterclass on how to make your summery florals transition so effortlessly into fall.

While presenting the Outstanding Achievement in Fitness Award to her friend and celebrity personal trainer Tracy Anderson, Lopez sported the quintessential start-of-autumn dress with an unexpectedly groundbreaking print. For the event, she donned a floral-patterned Bach Mai Resort gown that featured a plunging, deep-V neckline and a voluminous, peplum high-low skirt. She teamed the summery pick, which was splashed with hues of red and pink, with a pair of fuchsia strappy sandals, a coordinating clutch, and diamond drop earrings.

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On the beauty front, she pulled her caramel-colored hair back into a sleek, slicked-back bun with a middle part, and complemented her J. Lo bronzy glow with smoky eye makeup, rosy cheeks, and a bright pink lip.

Just last month, J. Lo stepped out for Ralph Lauren's spring-summer 2024 runway show in New York City's Brooklyn Navy Yard in a western-inspired get-up. While sitting in the front row, Lopez slipped into a sheer collared gown with billowing sleeves that was left unbuttoned and flowed into a floor-sweeping ruffled skirt with a slit down the middle. Channeling her inner cowgirl, she accessorized with a cowboy-style brown leather belt with an oversized buckle, a massive statement necklace, and a metallic clutch. And in true J. Lo fashion, she finished off her western 'fit with a pair of pink velvet platform heels.

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