Whilst you recognize your finest buddy’s type, you do not costume the identical, even if you happen to borrow one another’s garments every so often.
That is the great thing about the connection between vogue and friendship, as demonstrated by Jennifer Lopez and Vanessa Hudgenson the set of Second Act in New York Metropolis. The triple threats have mastered layering and informal dressing with fall necessities: sweaters, scarves, denim and boots. Whereas they’re carrying related objects, as soon as you have checked out each of their outfits, it is clear that they’ve distinction approaches to styling.
The So You Suppose You Can Dance decide, who has a constructed a fame round her bohemian-inspired wardrobe, wears an outsized Rudsak Swoon Sweater with fur accented pockets paired with destroyed, cuffed straight leg denims. To decorate, the star provides a beret hat, black pointed-toe ankle boots and a nude-tone scarf, draped over her shoulder. Her look has worldwide roots. It is eclectic in its shade scheme. Though the outfit belongs to the Second Act character “Zoe,” it is not too removed from the actress’ type.
J.Lo has a unique strategy. The World of Dance star carries the sophistication of her A-list standing with pleasure and is not afraid to flaunt her toned physique. She’s glitz and glamour, even on informal days.
Living proof: her cold-weather-approved, informal ensemble. Royal blue, thigh-high boots with a Three-inch heel? Sure. Curve-hugging skinny denims? For certain. A drool-worthy, plaid coat? Seems like J.Lo. Including the draped blue scarf, this informal, layered-look is match for a pop star queen (even when it is actually for her character).
Now, if you concentrate on you and your finest buddy, are you extra of a J.Lo or a V.Hud?