Jennifer Lopez's Versace denim boots: Bold fashion statement or fodder for trolls?
Jennifer Lopez paired a shirt-dress with thigh-high denim boots featuring a belt that made many think her pants were falling off
While some boots make fashion statements, others are fated to be trolled on social media. Sadly, for Jennifer Lopez, her denim Versace boots was destined for the latter. The Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award honoree stepped out to Music Choice in New York City on Tuesday wearing a loosely fitted, long-sleeve shirt dress. She paired the attire with a slouchy denim boot that had people questioning if her pants were falling off. The boots from the brand's Resort 2019 collection are rather artistic and draws inspiration from the tops of jeans and features pockets, belt loops, and a belt.
The resemblance led many on Twitter to believe Lopez was having a wardrobe malfunction. Twitter was quick to spot her losing battle with the jeans.
"I stared at this image for about five minutes try to figure out why Jennifer Lopez had her pants around her ankles in public before realizing they were boots," one Twitter user shared. "Don’t think I’m in the wrong here."
I stared at this image for about five minutes try to figure out why Jennifer Lopez had her pants around her ankles in public before realizing they were boots. Don’t think I’m in the wrong here. pic.twitter.com/PVpxeRfB73— mackenna (@mack3nna) July 31, 2018
One Twitter user joked "now I know what J Lo stands for!", adding "#JLo #JeansLow #LowRiseJeans."
But at the same time, there were many who hailed her innovative look. "Only @JLo can have her pants fall down and magically turn into denim @Versace boots! #stylingandprofiling."
Only @JLo could wear those boots and get away with it! 💃🏻— Miriam Ⓥ (@miriame33) July 31, 2018
The 'On the Floor' singer's fans battled out on social media and one of them declared that she is a "fashion leader" and not a "follower."
To everyone upset about these boots: She's a fashion leader, not a fashion follower.— Paul Masson (@paulmassonbrand) July 31, 2018