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Jennifer Lopez dressed to impress in Dior

Published 21/06/2013

Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez made sure all eyes were on her as she accepted her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in a coral hoop Dior skirt on Thursday.

The singer-and-actress made sure all eyes were on her at the grand unveiling ceremony in Los Angeles on Thursday. Jennifer proudly posed in a white cashmere and silk knitted top with a coral hoop skirt featuring a rise-and-fall hemline. The look first appeared in Dior’s pre-fall 13 collection designed by Raf Simons.

Jennifer teamed her outfit with Brian Atwood black ankle-strap pumps and H. Stern Stars stud earrings. She kept her long honey-coloured locks off her face, sporting a messy updo to complement her ladylike look. The 43-year-old made the most of her natural good looks with just a slick of coral gloss, a warm peach blusher and lashings of mascara and eyeliner.

Chinese actress Ni Ni is reported to have worn the same Dior outfit to the Shanghai Film Festival last weekend.

Jennifer gave an emotional speech as she received her star in front of the W Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard.

"This all feels, I don't know, kind of surreal, but so real. It's awesome," she said, fighting back the tears.

Jennifer was accompanied by her boyfriend Casper Smart, who happily posed by her new star wearing a crisp white shirt and black trousers as well as dark sunglasses. The star’s two children Max and Emme were also present, along with other members of her family.

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