Jennifer Lopez Stuns in a Glossy Gold Tracksuit from Beyoncé 's Ivy Park Collection
From Harper's BAZAAR
If there's one collaboration we're always ready for, it's Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé.
Almost as if the superstars knew that we all need a little more joy in our lives in 2020, J.Lo decided to present some pieces from Beyoncé's latest Ivy Park collection. As expected, Beyoncé's designs look perfect on J.Lo, and it's basically proof that the couple should be cooking even more creations together in the New Year.
Lopez sat on her couch, labeled the snapshots "Swaggy Saturday" and credited her fiancé Alex Rodriguez as the photographer. J.Lo wore a golden tracksuit with Timberland boots that gleamed from head to toe and showed once again that active clothing can be chic.
During an interview with Yahoo Life this week, Lopez revealed that it was much harder to maintain her health and fitness regimen during the pandemic. "I've never struggled with my health or diet and I'm a pretty motivated person," she said. "But during the quarantine I was just, you know, I felt like some days I was motivated to eat well and exercise. I just didn't want others, I just didn't see what it was about."
J.Lo also revealed, "The only thing I tried to keep constant in our house was to dance and play outside. Just turn on the music and have a dance party. ... Sometimes for about 15 minutes with the kids everything you need. It's all you have to do when you stand in front of your computer all day or spend all day looking at your electronics. "
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