Originally published on AOL.com
Jennifer Lopez proved she’s a pro when it comes to outfit changes.
The triple threat, who is currently making her press tour rounds to promote her latest film “Second Act,” conquered 10 looks in just two days. From ocean-esqué sequins to a Fendi Zucca fur, we should give credit where credit’s due to her epic duo styling team, Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn.
Jennifer started off her busy Tuesday in a head-to-toe white look by Stephane Rolland for her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen. The keyhole neck and super wide-leg pants made for the first of many jaw-dropping looks to come.
The winter whites didn’t stop there. Next, J.Lo stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” in a super feminine A-line dress cinched at the waist with metal belt and plunging neckline. The movie star finished off her look courtesy of sky-high Jimmy Choo pumps.
Of course, she needed to change it up for her exit, so she switched gears into a full-on Maxmara groutfit (aka an all grey outfit) to depart from “The Tonight Show.”
She continued her monochromatic theme for SiriusXM’s Town Hall in another all-white ensemble, also by Stephane Rolland. The mom-of-two layered up in a wine-hued floor length fur, bringing us back to the ’90s era of J.Lo we all know and love.
Eventually, she headed to BLT Steak for a much-needed date night with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, and braced the NYC winter in a Fendi Zucca fur coat. Underneath, J.Lo sported a perforated nude leather dress paired with matching suede thigh-high boots, and a parisian-style beret.
The next day, Jennifer first appeared on “Good Morning America” where she opted out of her neutral tones and stunned in a blue sequin wide-leg jumpsuit with a matching overcoat. In the afternoon, the singer had a mother-daughter date with her mom, Guadalupe, looking chicer than ever in another groutfit, posing in front of a Christmas tree.
For “Live with Kelly & Ryan,” Jennifer amped it up in a Maison Valentino black and white cape, complete with thigh-high Louboutins, because why not?
Finally, the best fashion moment came when she brought the drama for the world premier of “Second Act” wearing a fuchsia tulle couture gown by Giambattisa Valli. The show-stopping dress featured a high-low hem with a train too long to dance in so naturally, she slipped into a sexy white dress for the after party, alongside Vanessa Hudgens.