Is J. Lo Having a Style Identity Crisis?

03/28/2007 at 01:52 PM ET

With each passing day, Jennifer Lopez is confusing us more and more. Gone is the consistent sexy glamour that we usually associate with her — instead, every day she seems to be embracing a whole new look! Last Friday in Paris, where she was promoting her new album Como Ama Una Mujer, the star went ’60s demure in a full-skirted Zac Posen frock and a tight topknot. But for Sunday’s Echo Awards in Berlin, she went glamazon in an avant garde one-armed Lanvin dress and strappy stiletto heels. And then yesterday afternoon, she switched it all up — arriving at TRL in N.Y.C. looking like a downtown hipster in high-waisted skinny jeans, an ’80s style vest and her trusty YSL platforms. We are getting whiplash just trying to keep up! Tell us: Do you think that J. Lo is having a style identity crisis? Or is the change doing her good?

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Deepti on



SAS on

Attention seeker! Whether it’s good or bad press, she’s still making her way into the news. She must be worried that her new album will not sell, so she is getting herslef out there! All three outfits are a poor attempt to stand out.


Talk about a lot of negativity! I think people should do or wear whatever pleases them and who cares what other people think! If she’s happy, that’s all that matters!

Mary Jane on

She is no longer seen the way she was before. Her new style (if that is what its called) is horrible. Even her hair looks a mess. She needs help. Now the ex-Mrs. Marc Anthony is really a classy woman with lots of style and alot prettier than JLO.

Heather on

Hey its the new Mariah

Mrs.Borrego on

I’m not sorry to disagree with many of you. I think Jennifer wears everything great. I personally think she looks really radiant since she got together with Marc. It seems she feels comfortable in her own skin which is great to see. She is a shining star and if she gets press its because of that. So what if she changes her style whenever she feels like it. I’d be doing the same thing if I had that kind of money. As for her acting she has been in a lot of great movies and has played up her part perfectly. Starting with Selena..need I say more? Her singing is great as well. If you actually took the time to listen to some of her songs you would see what I am talking about. She has a rockin’ body and a pretty face to go with it. You go Jenny!

Emm on

I think she looks hott in the one strap dress.. very glamorous!

R on

I guess it just shows how much she appreciates style and fashion. She’s a true fashionista and proves it by accenting it with various styles that all seem to fit her. She’s the “one size fits all” of her new passion.

Noelle on

I agree with Elda and 99% of other people. Jennifer Lopez is ugly, disgusting, heartless, and has a nasty attitude and personality. Maybe it’s finally getting to her that she has no friends except her gross looking husband, and her only talent is wearing dead animals. And she looks terrible doing that. Fur makes you look like a fat old hag.

Veronica B. on

She is a fierce! No matter what event she’s attending at the moment, from movie premiere to TRL, she always lets her wardrobe rise to the occasion. In terms of fashion, she is able to go where no one would dare to go and pull it off. You go JLO!

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