The baecation is finally over for Jennifer Lopez!
The legendary singer and actress snapped back to the frigid cold reality of New York City on Monday. The 51-year-old shared a hilarious “How-it-started VS How-it’s-going” post that featured her in two very different climates and two very different outfits. JLo spent the first part of January vacationing in Turks and Caicos but now she is back to her regularly busy schedule that called for her return to the city she grew up in! Turns out the weather limits the amount of skin one can show!
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“How last week started ➡️ how it’s going this week,” she joked in the caption of her post.
Last week started with the stunning star having fun paddleboarding in the clear waters. She wore a gorgeous, green, high-cut swimsuit by Norma Kamali (sadly pretty much sold out everywhere) and accessorized with clear, square-framed glasses. Her fans sounded off about her amazing physique in the comments section of her post.
“Oh my gosh! ??? you always look amazing of course!” a flabbergasted fan worte.
The singer contrasted the swimsuit snap with a pic of her bundled up in a giant North Face puffer coat. She tried to send out warm vibes with the jacket’s bright floral pattern but there was no hiding the fact that she is cold. Some of her fans teased her for bundling up in what some northern states would call warm weather.
“It was only 60 degrees ??? that’s tank top weather in Maine ?,” one funny follower joked, while another said, “Okaaaaay! The weather be changing upppp. Lol.”
As we previously mentioned, Lopez is getting back to business and has already teased a big announcement that is set to go down on January 13. She shared a smiling selfie that featured her perfect makeup and large shades.
“Keep your eyes on tomorrow … ? #SomethingIsComing ?,” she wrote alongside her teasing post.
We may not be the sharpest tools in the shed but we are willing to bet that she will be announcing a new sunglasses line. The caption has a lot of eyes/sight references, plus she’s been trying to make the large shades a thing for a minute now. We thought that it wasn’t very practical to wear expensive sunglasses while paddleboarding! Guess we will just have to wait and see!