Jennifer Lopez Brings Back Bell Bottoms As She Goes Furniture Shopping For New $60 Million House

Jennifer Lopez Brings Back Bell Bottoms As She Goes Furniture Shopping For New $60 Million House
Fashion Features
Jun 2023

Jennifer Lopez skipped the boot-cut jeans and headed straight for the bell bottoms on June 7. Jennifer. 53, sported a white cropped t-shirt that showed off her toned stomach, pairing the top with a set of multi-tone brown bell bottoms that seemed straight out of the disco era. J.Lo opted for white platform shoes that gave her some extra height - and made sure she didn't trip over her own pants during her shopping trip.

J.Lo appeared to hit up a few furniture shops during this Wednesday's shopping trip. At the start of the month, she and her husband, Ben Affleck, purchased a $60 million estate in Beverly Hills. The new home features twelve bedrooms, twenty-four bathrooms, and fifteen fireplaces. The five-acre property includes a massive pool and patio area, and the security is said to be unmatched. They even got the home for a "steal" - the 2018 asking price was $135 million, and that dropped to $75 million when it was relisted at the start of 2023.

The home will be a good place for Ben, 50, and Jennifer to raise their blended family. He shares three children -- daughters Violet, 17, and Seraphina, 14, and son Samuel, 11 - with Jennifer Garner, while J.Lo is the proud mother of 15-year-old twins, Emme and Max, whom she had with her ex, Marc Anthony.

Days before her bell-bottom fashion show, J.Lo took her kids out shopping. Esme and Max twinned in blue sweaters, with Esme rocking a Tommy Hilfiger jumper while Max had a David Bowie lightning bolt on his.

In May, Jennifer spoke about the desire to shield her children from the pressures that come with having two superstar parents - and now, a stepfather who is equally renowned. "I think being the child of famous parents is not something many people can understand, and I feel for [my kids] for that because they didn't choose that," she said in an interview with Audacy. "They have just started letting me know how people treat them--so when they walk into the room, that's what people are thinking about.

J.Lo said that onlookers are "not seeing [her kids] for who they are." Instead, they're seen as 'J.Lo's kids,' and Jennifer knows "that has to be a really hard thing for them. So I would love to be able to protect them from that."