Jennifer Lopez stuns in throwback swimsuit — and it's only $69

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Nothing screams more "youthful" than a sunken glow - and nobody knows that better than Jennifer Lopez. On Monday, the 50-year-old mother of two took it on Instagram to show off her signature bronzed complexion while rocking a sultry swimsuit.
"The first summer weekend #VibeCheck," she signed the photo that shows the "Hustlers" star on a balcony on the beach. She wears a beautiful white one-piece by Guess, which is decorated with the brand's legendary triangle logo.
The swimsuit, which channels the nostalgia of the early 2000s, also has a scoop neckline, low back, and cropped sides that offer just the right amount of coverage and sex appeal - and costs a relatively cheap $ 69.
Guess one-piece logo swimsuit
Guess one-piece logo swimsuit
SHOP IT: Probably $ 69
Earlier this year, Guess and Marciano welcomed Lopez as the face of their global spring 2020 advertising campaign, led by Guess' Chief Creative Officer Paul Marciano.
For the shoot, Lopez was inspired by both Madonna from the 80s and Sophia Loren.
“I am very happy to welcome Jennifer back to GUESS and Marciano for a second campaign. Jennifer continues to set standards in the music, fashion and film industry and represents everything that a GUESS girl is - confident, sensual and adventurous, ”said Marciano in a statement at the time.
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