Jennifer Lopez showed off her casual sense of style in comfortable sweats as she made a stylish arrival at a dance studio in Los Angeles on Thursday.
The On The Floor hitmaker, 53, chose to dress down for the brief afternoon outing before a productive session.
The talented singer was just one of many Hollywood couples who celebrated Valentine’s Day with their loved ones, and revealed matching ‘commitment’ tattoos both she and husband, Ben Affleck, had gotten.
She shared close-up snaps of the new ink in an Instagram photo series uploaded earlier Tuesday, shorty after their viral Grammys exchange.
As she exited a vehicle upon arriving at the studio, the Hustlers actress opted for a pair of brown, loose-fitting sweatpants and a matching crew-neck sweater on top.
Underneath, Jennifer layered the look with a dark gray T-shirt which was mostly covered by the warm sweatshirt.
For a bit of edge to the look, the performer slipped into a pair of tan-colored, combat-styled boots with thick, rubber soles.
The beauty carried a large, brown-colored handbag in her right hand to coincide with the color scheme of her outfit as she strolled into the studio.
Her brunette locks were were combed back into a sleek ponytail, and she accessorized with gold-hoop earrings and gold-rimmed shades.
During a campaign video for Coach, the Love Don’t Cost A Thing singer opened up about her personal sense of style, per People.
The mother of two revealed that she felt her fashion was, ‘timeless, sexy, classic and tomboy,’ while adding that she tends to choose, ‘easy, cool pieces with a bit of attitude.’
Despite her success in the entertainment industry, the star recently revealed in an interview with Vogue published late last year in December, that she had difficulty fitting in.
‘I’ve always felt like an outsider, in the fashion world, the music world, the movie world,’ she admitted to the outlet.
‘Maybe that’s just insecurity. It’s not because I’m antisocial or I don’t want to make friends. I’ve always been kind of a march-to-the-beat-of-my-own-drum, loner-type person,’ Jennifer continued.
‘It used to be about the idea of validation in other people’s eyes. It really used to be. Because I wanted to be part of the club.’ However, the actress stated that her mindset has changed over the years.
‘But I don’t anymore. There’s something bigger that I’m after. It’s about touching people’s lives and being touched.’
Earlier last year in July, the successful star tied the knot with Ben at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas. The following month, they held a larger ceremony at the Gone Girl actor’s Georgia estate with a number of guests and family members in attendance.
While Ben became stepfather to her fraternal twins, Max and Emme, 14, whom she shares ex-husband, Marc Anthony, Jennifer also became stepmother to Ben’s three children whom he welcomed with ex-wife, Jennifer Garner: Violet, 17, Seraphina, 13, and son Samuel, 10.
During the special Valentine’s Day holiday earlier this week on Tuesday, the dancer revealed matching tattoos that both she and Ben had gotten to represent their ‘commitment’ to each other.
Jennifer showed an infinity tattoo on her upper left rib cage with an arrow in the middle, while Ben’s showed two arrows facing downwards with their first name initials in the middle.
She also added a strew of other romantic snaps in the Instagram carousel taken in the past that captured special moments in their relationship.
The two lovebirds recently appeared in a Dunkin’ Donuts Super Bowl ad together, with the actress pretending to surprise the Good Will Hunting actor as he stood in as a drive-thru cashier at one of the store’s locations.
The songstress recently opened up to Variety earlier last month about other possible plans to work alongside her husband, Ben.
Aside from the Super Bowl advertisement, the couple previously starred in the 2003 film, Gigli, together, which received low ratings.
‘We talk. We love being together and working together so, yeah, you never know,’ the star explained.
She also discussed her upcoming album, This Is Me…Now, which follows her 2002 album, This Is Me…Then.
Although a set release date has yet to be announced, Jennifer explained, ‘The album is done and we’re just prepping the best time to put it out and roll it out little by little and deciding how we want to do that.’
‘It’s such a special project because it’s sort of a culmination of this 20-year journey from one album to the next.’