Jennifer Lopez's Cavalli Party Outfit: Love It or Hate It?

09/10/2007 at 05:00 PM ET

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Roberto Cavalli brought out some of the biggest names in Hollywood to celebrate the launch of his new Just Cavalli boutique on Manhattan’s famed Fifth Avenue. Though the singer has been enduring grueling days of rehearsal for her upcoming tour, Cavalli favorite Jennifer Lopez joined Jessica and Ashlee Simpson, Diane Kruger, Mary J. Blige, Tyra Banks and more to party with the legendary Italian designer. We hear that Jennifer, who spent most of the party at Cavalli’s side chatting about her upcoming tour, was shocked to see such crowd when she arrived — but probably not as shocked as we were by her outfit! The wide hat may be a runway trend for next spring, but shoes with actual 3-D spikes on them? And our eyes can’t even focus to make out the psychedelic print on her billowing maxidress. We love that Jennifer isn’t afraid to try a new look and is always glamorous — but is this really her best look? Tell us: What do you think of J.Lo’s look? Is it a hit or a miss?

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rez on

I dont really like it at all ..

chelsea on

OK, she needs to totally rethink about where she is, I know she’s famous and gets to travel, but she’s on the red carpet, NOT THE SAVANNA!


ughhhhhh i don’t like it

angel villa on

I think she look awsome, like always she looks beautiful. #1 Fan is me and I Love You So Much Jennifer, see you in your tour, I’ll be going to the Honda Center Oct. 20th 2007

maryann on

thats is so ugly wats was she think the hat is nice but not with da outfit

maryann on


dee on

I think that you have to put these outfits in context. Isn’t this to promote the designer? Of course she’s gonna wear something flamboyant. Granted, she usually does wear something flamboyant but in this context, it’s appropriate.

heather on

definately a BIG MISS~

girl on

I think it’s a miss! The first impression I got when the image hit my eyes was, “I just don’t like it. There’s something missing..” I think if she would’ve had a bit of hair showing from beneath the hat, and shortened either the sleeves or the skirt (or something, anything), that it would’ve passed as fashionable.

I think a light, slender, oval plait ending just below her neck might’ve been pretty. And also, it looks like her head is a bit mushed beneath the hat – loosen it up a bit Jen, it doesn’t need to be pulled down so tightly!

girl on

and in response to eve on page three, imagination and ‘sense of style’ are defined differently through different eyes. Just because one dresses differently, doesn’t mean that the choice was out of good taste. The challenge is looking good while dressing creatively – if you’re doing it so others can look at you and deem you pretty, then why not be truly inventive, instead of donning a look that came straight out of a 1970’s Sears-Roebuck catalog?

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