Jennifer Lopez is one of those celebrities I find completely ageless. Correct me if my observation is skewed, but I seriously think the actress-slash-singer is looking better with age. I don’t see any wrinkles, and her skin is still firm and taut. I’m sure she’s had some work done, but you can hardly tell. Whoever her beauty doctor is, I give him mad props, because he’s doing a great job.
Just the other day, Jen was spotted rocking an 80s glam look for her taping of American Idol and the outfit really stood out. Her black and glittery Jill Stewart dress was short, but it had long sleeves so it didn’t look tacky or inappropriate. Her hair was also done 80s style, all teased and wild. But the highlight of her ensemble would have to be the heels. JLo wore a pair of uber gorgeous ankle-cuff sandals from Brian Atwood — the same pair we spotted on Emmy Rossum several weeks ago.
Jennifer Lopez heads to the taping of American Idol in an 80s glam attire finished with embellished ankle-cuff sandals from Brian Atwood, April 9, 2014
How do you like Jennifer’s look here?
I fancy it. And I fancy those sandals even more. For those of you who weren’t able to catch the shoes when they were first seen on Emmy Rossum, below is a closer look at the pair. These stilettos feature gold studs and curb chain embellishments at the ankle cuffs. The heels are 4.5-inches tall so they are quite steep. If you’re used to walking in tall footwear, this shouldn’t be a problem:
Brian Atwood Chain & Stud Embellished Ankle Cuff Leather Sandals, $1445
No words. Just drool, right? Yes, I agree. They’re even more exquisite up close!
If you have the moolah, feel free to grab these sandals over at SSENSE or Saks. But if your budget won’t cut it, you can try looking for similar styles online. Here’s a pair that may interest you. These sandals are a lot strappier, but they feature the same glimmering add-ons. The best part is the price. They’re currently on sale, and will only set you back an easy-peasy $13. No kidding!
Hypnotic Persian Studded Ankle Cuff Sandals, $13 (was ($50)