This is Jennifer Lopez’s world, and we are just here Googling it.
Back in 2000, JLo fans ‘Googled’ her blue and tropical safari Versace dress worn to the Grammys so many times, that Google Images was born because of it.
Let such a fact cement the declaration that fashion breaks the internet. The vibrant Versace number the Hustlers star wore with a plunging neckline did break the internet 20 years ago, when the internet was in its infantile stages. Today, Jennifer Lopez dawned a reincarnated version of her groundbreaking gown on the Versace Spring 2020 runway at Milan Fashion Week, and the Instagram age is sharing it at a more rapid pace than Google images ever could.
There are people that were not even alive in 2000 experiencing the gravity of JLo’s catwalk moment today. If this is not the most iconic moment of fashion month, then I am unsure of what is.
Fashion girls all over the world, without a shadow of a doubt will be draped in dresses of blue and green in the spring in honor of the Grammy-nominated singer’s resurrected palm leaf and ocean-hued number. I’m here to tell you that it is extremely wearable to do so, and as always my methodology is one of a forward thinker with a vintage soul.
I wanted to head-nod to the lingerie nature of the 2000 version of JLo’s gown, which looked like a luxurious piece of loungewear. This vintage Betsey Johnson dress in the same colors does just the trick. The lime-green lace that lines the sweetheart neckline gives off a sultry lingerie vibe still shrouded in modesty. The paneled Cult Gaia bag I’m carrying reminds me of the trunk of a palm tree, alluding to the tropical motifs of JLo’s 2000 and 2019 Versace gowns.
I would love to hear how you plan on incorporating ‘JLo blue and green’ in your wardrobe next spring! Be sure to share in the comments below!
These photos were shot in the iconic Nomad Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
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