Jennifer Lopez and her husband-to-be, Alex Rodriguez, have officially touched down in the states after a romantic (and memorable) beach getaway in the Bahamas. On Sat., A-Rod popped the question with a massive $1 million ring, and on Tues., said bauble made its U.S. debut as part of Jennifer Lopez's airport style. Although the diamond perched on the singer's finger is quite hard to miss, her perfectly on-point (albeit unexpected) travel getup deserves your full attention, too.
There's no denying that Lopez loves a good athleisure look. But that certainly doesn't mean she's opposed to switching up her tried-and-true outfit formula every now and then. And that's exactly what she did on Tues. when she was photographed at the Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport in Florida.
J. Lo decided to hop on the Florida-bound plane in a pair of skinny jeans — and her bottoms of choice weren't only a surprising pick for her (she does wear comfy leggings almost nonstop, after all), but they were also an unexpected inflight piece in general, considering most travelers tend to fly in ultra-comfy loungewear staples. But, leave it to Lopez to fully convince you swap your go-to yoga pants for stretchy denim the next time you jet away.
The singer rounded out her airport ensemble with a super-cozy striped Brunello Cucinelli cardigan (a top layer that easily doubles as a blanket), a black turtleneck, and easy-to-slip off Alexander McQueen sneakers that make getting through TSA a breeze.
Lopez didn't forget her accessories, either. She carried a croc-embossed Hermès bag in hand, sported a pair of aviator-style sunnies from Quay, and opted for extra-large hoops that were on full display, thanks to her hairstyle of choice: a sleek topknot.
It's easy to be tempted to reach for your leggings when prepping an airport look, but there's no denying that J. Lo's latest ensemble makes a strong case for working stretchy denim into your inflight uniform, too. Ahead, The Zoe Report's favorite cardigan-and-jean combos great for flying in style (without sacrificing comfort, of course).