Is J.Lo trying to get low-waisted pants back in fashion?

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Fashion nostalgia for the early 2000s constantly brings us back to some old trends worn by generation Z fashionistas, but it is a real treat when we see people in that retro style who originally made these pieces cool.

Jennifer Lopez has already made the ultimate revival of the early 2000s by reconciling with her ex-fiancé Ben Affleck, with whom the rebuilding of the relationship is progressing so well that they are reportedly already touring some properties.

Next item: low waist pants. Even in her fifties, Jen can boast of amazing abs, so it should come as no surprise that she wants to show them off on sunny days.

Along with a crop top, sneakers, and wide beige pants, she wore her favorite gold rings and stringed gold bracelets for more relaxed moments, while on other occasions she wore stiletto shoes and a black turtle neck paired with torn skinny jeans with the lower waist.

Since the persistent Jennifer has the power to convert even the most stubborn, maybe it’s time to start working on our abs.

By: Olivia J. – Gossip Whispers

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