Jennifer Lopez Nailed L.A. Hippie Chic Style While Out With Emme

Picture it: You’re out and about in L.A., maybe in West Hollywood or Beverly Hills, when suddenly you spot an outfit that looks plucked straight out of the pages of a fashion magazine. You turn to get a better look, and it’s Jennifer Lopez. What did you expect? You’re in L.A.

Anyway, that’s what happened to some lucky onlookers this past weekend, when J. Lo stepped out for a shopping trip with daughter Emme, and wore a characteristically gorgeous outfit.

The star stunned in an oatmeal cropped turtleneck sweater, a three-toned denim maxi skirt by Dior and camel-colored heeled boots.

Jennifer Lopez is seen on January 15, 2022 in Los Angeles, California

(Image credit: Getty/Bellocqimages/Bauer-Griffin)

She wore her hair in a tight, high bun, and accessorized with giant geometric sunglasses, wide gold hoop earrings, a pink facemask with figures on it, a black tasselled Chanel bag, and the obligatory “papped in Hollywood” takeout coffee cup.

Jennifer Lopez is seen on January 15, 2022 in Los Angeles, California

(Image credit: Getty/Bellocqimages/Bauer-Griffin)

The actress, singer

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17 style suggestions for 60-year-olds who want to look better, not younger in 2022

White trainers

Trainers are no longer just for the gym. Over the past few years, they’ve become one of the most versatile fashion essentials, taking wearers from the supermarket to offices and smart restaurants.

Go for an understated pair in plain white with minimal decoration, and wear them with jeans, tailored trousers or midi skirts and dresses.

A good pair of jeans

Jeans are a great basic at any age, but your expectations and needs change over time. While flares may have been your go-to in your 20s and high-waisted tapered shapes in your 30s, jeans for the 60-something woman should be less ‘fad’-driven.

Invest in a sturdy straight-leg pair or the popular premium Mom style of jeans to see you throughout the day.

A classic watch

A great watch is like furniture in that you live with it day-in and day-out, so it’s important to choose something that you

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Anything Goes! The Life-Affirming Power of Contemporary Street Style

“It feels like a return to the early days of when people wore what they liked because they liked it,” Phil Oh, Vogue’s longtime street style photographer, says of the scene outside the spring collections. “It’s about showing one’s true personality instead of wearing something because it’s trendy or cool.”

That might not sound radical, but dressing independent of social status, gender norms, body type, and occasion is still a revolutionary idea in the world at large. Just think of all the fashion diktats you know: no white after Labor Day, no skirts for men, no horizontal stripes lest they accentuate the wrong curve. In the ways of the old school, femininity necessitated a delicate pump and masculinity required a suit. The new generation of fashion obsessives

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Style Theory wants to build a better fashion future

Chris Halim and Raena Lim. (PHOTO: Style Theory)

Chris Halim and Raena Lim. (PHOTO: Style Theory)

Singaporean fashion rental platform Style Theory, which was established in 2016, is one of Southeast Asia’s largest circular fashion platforms on a mission to reshape women’s relationships with fashion. When Yahoo Life SEA met husband-and-wife Chris Halim and Raena Lim, the force behind the brand at their new showroom, Lim shared, “Personally, I think I’m very motivated to build a better fashion future. I think sustainability is a very big thing for our business, and that’s also something that resonates a lot with me.”

The husband-and-wife team also let on that starting the business was stressful when they first began, even though they were used to each others’ working styles before Style Theory was born. “We have quite clear boundaries at work and for personal life, so that’s helpful,” Lim said.

However, the transition from employee to business owners was a huge

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