5 Items Jennifer Lopez Wore Endlessly in 2020

One of the things that we all unanimously agreed on in 2020 is that comfort is key. Even the most glamorous of us started adopting more relaxed wardrobes that included soft pieces and laid-back trends - yes, even celebrities. Jennifer Lopez is a prime example of the impact 2020 had on our collective style.
As someone who embodies glamor, J.Lo traded her stilettos and figure-hugging dresses for trainers and tracksuits, just like the rest of us this year. Of course, she looks just as fabulous in her leggings as she does on the red carpet (she's Jennifer Lopez, after all), but that doesn't matter. There are some key elements that defined her more laid back style this year. So when we look back on 2020 I thought it would be fun to examine the styles J.Lo adopted to match this year's tone. Below are the five items Jennifer Lopez wore repeatedly in 2020, and some shopping in case she inspires you to adopt them yourself.
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1. SNEAKERS
About Jennifer Lopez: Frankie's Bikinis Benny Sweatshirt (130 USD) and Frank Sweatpants (130 USD); Nike sneakers
Jennifer Lopez has always been a fan of sneakers, but she's leaned on a lot more this year (as have the rest of us - what are heels again?). Like everything else about her, J.Lo's sneaker collection is impressive. From rainbow colors to classic white high tops, she paired sneakers with almost everything and made them look unthinkably cool.
About Jennifer Lopez: Wolford Bodysuit; Coach bag
Nike Blazer Mid '77 high-top sneakers ($ 110)
Veja V-12 Suede-Trimmed Sneakers ($ 140)
Saint Laurent Court Classic Leather Sneakers ($ 545)
2. LEGGINGS
About Jennifer Lopez: Leggings by Niyama Sol; The Kooples sneakers; Quay sunglasses; Valentino bag
J.Lo has always had a thing for active clothing as she is constantly exercising and rehearsing, but she has taken it to a whole new level this year. She is particularly fond of Niyama Sol leggings, but has worn leggings from different brands and in countless colors.
On Jennifer Lopez: Niyama Sol Pink Paradise High-Waisted Leggings ($ 92)
Spanx Look At Me Now Full Length Leggings ($ 68)
Zella Live in high-waisted leggings ($ 59)
Sweaty Betty Power Workout Leggings ($ 100)
3. JEANS
About Jennifer Lopez: Coach x Jean-Michel Basquiat-Mantel; Mother jeans; Fendi sunglasses
Jeans became a backbone of Jennifer Lopez's wardrobe in 2020, just like the rest of us. From distressed styles and classic skinnies to loose silhouettes, J.Lo has adopted denim in all forms.
On Jennifer Lopez: Coach Sweatshirt
Mother Superior of Trickster Ankle Jeans ($ 258)
Violeta by Mango Slim Fit Susan Jeans ($ 60)
Agolde Pinch Waist High Rise Kick Jeans ($ 178)
4. TIMBERLAND BOOTS
About Jennifer Lopez: The Range Vital Rib Hardware Tank ($ 135); Fendi Karligraphy Sunglasses ($ 700); The Mayfair Group Smile You're On The Camera Sweatpants ($ 68); Timberland boots
Timberland is one of those classic shoe brands that never goes out of style and J.Lo has been championing them for years. In 2020, she wore them with everything from sweatpants to fluffy coats, and they made every one of her outfits feel complete.
On Jennifer Lopez: Masqd Black Crystal Face Mask ($ 20); Coach coat and cardigan; Jimmy Choo x Timberland crystal boots ($ 1295)
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