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Which Look Do You Like For J. Lo?

12/08/2006 at 04:55 PM ET

Continuing the fun from Rome, Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony have been hanging out with Tom & Katie, Jada & Will and the visiting Victoria Beckham in L.A. Something about being with this particular crew really brings out the fashionista in J. Lo — who can forget her dramatic yellow Marchesa dress for the rehearshal dinner? — and this week has been no exception. For a group dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant in Beverly Hills, Jennifer looked sleek in swingy scarlet, slingback platform pumps, and an oversize Balenciaga bag. But the next night at the premiere of Will Smith’s The Pursuit of Happyness, she switched it up to total romance: loose tendrils, a sweeping John Rocha skirt and a high-necked Tuleh satin blouse. We are partial to J. Lo as the lady in red (love the pulled-back bun), but just seeing what she’ll wear next is the most fun! Tell us: Whick look do you like better for Jennifer? Sleek in red or romantic in white?

Click here to read even more about Jennifer Lopez in Off the Rack.

Photo: Cousart-Ramirez-Rayne-Respicio//JFX Images; Patrick Rideaux/Rex USA

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hoogee on

The yellow dress she wore to rehearsal dinner was absolutely GORGEOUS! It looked great on her too! The red outfit isn’t too bad, just very plain. It would look even better if it was a darker red, and a bit more figure flattering with peep-toe shoes. The silver outfit is just too much of one color. The skirt is pretty, but I hate the top.

janie on

White is a tough non color to pull off in anyone’s closet. Its draining and as a wedding photog have NEVER seen anyone who looks good in it… not even Ms Lopez. Definitely the red. PS Even brides look lousy in white…it is very harsh and it takes a LOT of photographic tricks to pull it off… let this be a clue !!

Natalie on

The red dress is the best choice, but a different pair of shoes would have been better.
In the white outfit she looks like a drag queen. Truly scary.

Ronee on

SHES HOT- SHES J-LO-GEEZ

Alyssa on

I really like the white dress. It just flows off her. It looks great.

Kristin on

She looks longr in the white- as in sihlouette. Although I am not crazy with the choice of heair in that picture, she looks stunning in the white- a color not meant tobe flatterring at all.

Karen on

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the RED dress on her. The entire outfit on the left is so CHIC! She looks like a modern Audrey Hepburn in the red outfit.

Anonymous on

I dont like eather.

erica on

Evelyn,
I didn’t call you names but you called me some. I have my opinion and if you don’t agree that’ sfine, but you need to clam down.
You’re oviously the ignorant one and you don’t speak for the whole Latino community either, what a coincidence. You probably don’t even know half the people I mentioned or anything about Puerto Rico’s history, culture or literature. Get an education, then talk to me.

Erica on

Oh, and you used the wrong “your” in the post too.
It’s Y O U R, not you’re.

Just so you know.

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