Dundas, Which Made Shakira's Super Bowl Outfit, Has a Similar Look on Sale

Hips don't lie, and neither does this fiery outfit.

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If you're still trying to catch your breath after watching Shakira and Jennifer Lopez at the Pepsi halftime show last night in Miami, I'm right there with you. Not only did the duo absolutely kill it at the Super Bowl LIV, but they looked incredible. From Shakira opening the set in sparkly Dundas red number and singing some of her greatest hits while also playing the guitar (what can this woman not do?), to J.Lo paying tribute to Hustlers and bringing her daughter Emme onstage, it was spectacular.

During the exhilarating show, Shakira changed from her original red, sparkly Dundas number into a mini Dundas bomber jacket and hot pants, all of which were decorated with a layer of Swarovski crystals. On Monday morning, Dundas gave us another gift by putting the dark red Josephine twin set, a.k.a. the two-piece that inspired Shakira's custom look, on sale. Also available is the look in white crystal, in a nod to Shakira's second Dundas outfit.

Is it too early to plan my outfit for New Year's Eve? It's breathtaking, and the fact that it could be in my closet is making me a little teary-eyed.

I will say, though, real tears were shed when I realized Lopez's 11-year-old daughter, Emme Muñiz, had taken the stage alongside her mom to sing "Let's Get Loud." Apparently, she does this all the time, and now I have to reflect on the best thing I did when I was 11, which was going to see the Jonas Brothers in concert.

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While I can't fix my past, I can help my future, and that includes me going to rewatch their performance for like the fifth time, BRB.

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Bianca Rodriguez
Bianca Rodriguez

Bianca Rodriguez is the Commerce Editor/Writer at Hearst Magazines Digital Media, where she covers fashion, beauty, home, and more. She likes long walks through shopping malls, a good book, and thinks a closet without platform sneakers is a travesty.