J.Lo Has Been Bringing Back These 4 Trends Every Summer Since the '90s


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It's true: Not all fashion trends age like a fine wine, but some of them have indeed proven to stand the test of time. That's something Jennifer Lopez knows a thing or two about, as she's been wearing a handful of pieces since the '90s and shows no signs of stopping now. 

Below, I rounded up my favorite trends that Lopez consistently brings back every summer, including a specific going-out top, a super-cute matching set, a classic wardrobe basic, and an easy summer dress. Of course, I did all the hard work for you and included lots of shopping picks to go along with J.Lo's favorite trends. 

1. Sequin Going-Out Top


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This is what Lopez wore to the 1998 MTV Movie Awards. 


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In 2020, J.Lo wore an updated version of her '90s slinky sequin top to the American Music Awards. 

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2. Matching Skirt and Crop Top


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A fresh-faced J.Lo posed on the red carpet wearing an ab-baring crop top in the '90s. 


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Lopez performed with Maluma in February 2022 wearing a modern spin on her '90s white-skirt outfit. 

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3. White Tank Top


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J.Lo wore the ultimate '90s outfit to a red carpet premiere in 1998. 


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These days, Lopez loves to style her white tank tops with wide-leg trousers. 

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4. Spaghetti-Strap White Dress


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For an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Lopez wore this perfect white slip dress. 


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All these years later, J.Lo still loves a spaghetti-strap white dress. Who could blame her? 

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