Jennifer Lopez Affleck is keeping up the bridal vibes as she steps out in California with her husband Ben Affleck.
On September 4, the singer and actor was seen going out for a family Malibu Chili Cook-off during a family outing. Lopez Affleck paired a sparkly white maxi dress with an unexpected pair of red Adidas x Gucci slides. With her hair in a claw clip, she accessorised the look with gold hoops, a gold necklace and a Christian Dior tote bag. Meanwhile, Affleck wore a crisp blue button-up shirt with khaki pants, cream-colored sneakers, and a pair of aviator sunglasses.
I’m just going to say this: The way Lopez Affleck’s white dress and red slip-ons match perfectly with the red can of Coke in her hand, she’s giving off insanely fabulous vibes. I hope you got that Coca-Cola money, Bennifer! We already know Affleck is an equal opportunity soda drinker.
Convenient color scheme aside, what makes the Adidas x Gucci slip-on “unexpected” is that Lopez Affleck is generally a big fan of heels, unless she wears athletic, in which case she wears everyone else’s. Like wearing sneakers. Not to mention their $620 price tag.
Jennifer Lopez Affleck recently shared brand new information about her second marriage to Ben Affleck, which took place in Georgia in August. “It rained every day that week at sunset. Everyone was concerned about the heat, the aptly named ‘Love Bugs’, details, whether guests would arrive on time, etc.—not to mention the thunder and lightning that occur almost every day right after the ceremony. used to come on time. “That should start on Saturday,” Lopez Affleck wrote in his “On the JLo” newsletter on September 1. “The truth is that I never had any doubts. All week I felt the calm and easy certainty that we are in the hands of God…”
She shared that they walked down the aisle to Mark Cohn’s “True Companion,” the same song they originally chose for their canceled wedding in the early aughts. Lopez Affleck wrote, “Twenty years between those dreams of youth and the adult world of love and family we embraced the day neither of us could have imagined in this marriage.” “We weren’t just marrying each other; We were getting these kids married in a new family.”
She continued, “Some old wounds had healed that day and the weight of the past finally came off our shoulders. Full-circle—and not quite the way we had planned it. Better.”
Originally appeared on Glamor