Leave it to J.Lo to turn pajamas into a runway moment. While most of us wear comfortable travel clothes, Jennifer took it to the next level by boarding a private plane in style on Sunday while wearing a pair of pajamas that cost more than $1,500.
The future bride was all smiles as she walked across the tarmac in a pair of men’s silk hummingbird-print pajamas by Nahmias and six-inch Gucci platform heels while Jack Harlow’s “First Class” played in the background.
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Although her exact long-sleeved set is no longer available, the pajama top is available in short sleeves in white ($683) and black ($650, now $390), as well as black bottoms ($875, now $525).
Lopez, 52, has been spotted wearing pajamas as streetwear twice in recent months; in May, she was spotted in Los Angeles wearing a white Dôen nightgown as a dress.
For her private jet moment, the “Jenny From the Block” singer accessorized with large gold hoop earrings ($500) by celeb-favorite jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher.
As she ascended the stairs to the glamorous plane, the singer made sure to hold up her hot pink Valentino “One Stud” crossbody bag ($2,800) to the camera.
While she paired her high-end pajamas with pricey designer accessories, the “Ain’t It Funny” singer paired the look with a surprisingly affordable pair of sunglasses: a $65 pink style by Australian label Quay.
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The sunglasses are part of the brand’s “Love Island” collaboration and have gold link detail at the sides — if pink isn’t your thing, they’re also available in pearl, tortoise, and black.
Lopez, who starred in an ad campaign for the sunglasses company alongside then-fiancé Alex Rodriguez in 2019, is a big fan of the affordable brand.
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In her “On the J.Lo” newsletter, she praised her current boyfriend as part of a Father’s Day message, calling Ben Affleck “affectionate and engaged in every moment” with their blended family.
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