Jennifer Lopez was seen yesterday in Midtown, on New York. The singer appeared defending a coat teddy, thus embracing the trend stuffed animal, and clad in the iconic boots Timberland. Last year we already witnessed how the actress also bet – repeatedly – on the workman’s boots, a design that revolutionized women’s and men’s wardrobes in 2000 and that, since then, countless public figures have worn.
The businesswoman Jennifer Lopez has confirmed the return of the workman’s boots. The mythical boots Timberland that starred in your outfits in the 2000s are back and will be part of your looks this coming season fall / winter 2021. A design of Mountain boots that will stand as indispensable for its comfort and practicality even in city plans.
How to combine Timberland boots with leggings according to Jennifer Lopez?
There are many ways to combine worker boots, some that are even better to avoid. For this reason, we want to recommend a style guide so that you know how to combine them this fall 2021. Say goodbye to stylish jeans boyfriend, to capri leggings and tailored pants if you want to hit the mark when wearing the classic boots Timberland.
The creative director Jennifer Lopez knows that, instead, long leggings (and in black) they do combine perfectly with the workman’s boots, so do not hesitate to be inspired by it to wear them. Furthermore, far from decontextualizing the character of this style of boots, the protagonist of On the Floor has decided to bet on a look with which no one would be indifferent.
The piece that has most captured the attention -probably- of the style of our protagonist today is the coat. East fall / winter 2021, the shoes, accessories and outerwear will be warmer and more cuddly than ever, thanks to the plush trend how much fury has caused in the street style of the great capitals and on the catwalks, by the hand of the designers who have wanted to interpret it.
Our dressing rooms have taken a 180º turn due to our constant demand for comfort and that of Jennifer Lopez is a good example of this.