Until further notice, I won't be talking about anything except for Jennifer Lopez's 2020 Golden Globes dress. Boasting a bow as big as the entire gown itself across the front, the dress is honestly a gift to the red carpet, and fashion fans were more than ready to receive it. Jenny from the Block is always a show-stopper when it comes to red carpet fashion, but while she normally opts for barely-there neutral gowns dripping in glitz, she chose to serve up a totally different type of slay at the Globes, and I couldn't be more wowed.
After hearing that J.Lo was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in Hustlers, I knew the movie's entire cast of badass women would show up to the Globes looking incredible. Still, I was counting on Lopez to wear her usual: something form-fitting and sequined, paired with long, bombshell waves. Imagine my surprise when she hit the carpet serving Queen of the St. Patrick's Day Parade Float vibes — and believe me, I mean that in the best way possible. Lopez stepped out of her comfort zone with a kelly green, ivory, and gold dress paired with matching green jewels and a braided bun styled by Chris Appleton using Color Wow products and Dyson tools. Get you a red carpet icon who can do it all, people!
To be honest, her huge bun is also serving some throwback Maid in Manhattan vibes:
It's almost as iconic as the big ol' bun her character wears with the pink dress — except her Golden Globes dress is much more of a statement. While I would've loved to see A-Rod pull off a matchy-matchy moment with a dark green suit (or even just a glitzy gold tie!), J.Lo's man played it safe with a classic black-and-white look. (Although, he did look fresh from a spray tan. Couples that glow together, grow together!)
Speaking of glam, J. Lo's makeup artist Scott Barnes used products from his eponymous beauty brand for her snatched makeup look. I'm loving the warm smoky eye with a contrasting icy inner corner:
While I wholeheartedly believe Lopez can rock anything, she does tend to stick to a consistent look when it comes to red carpet appearances, so I love that she chose the Golden Globes to try out something new. More bold looks in 2020, please.