J.Lo's Golden Globes Dress Features An ENORMOUS Bow & It's Honestly A Gift

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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!

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To be honest, her huge bun is also serving some throwback Maid in Manhattan vibes:

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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!)

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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:

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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.