Jennifer Lopez's Sky-High Platform Heels Are Instantly Iconic

The actress was spotted leaving a lunch date with Alex Rodriguez in the incredible shoes.

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Jennifer Lopez is known for her iconic dresses—I mean, her green Versace number has an entire Wikipedia page devoted to it—but her footwear hasn’t had much cause to break the internet. Until today, that is. On Wednesday, the “Let’s Get Loud” singer was spotted leaving a lunch date at Miami’s Mr. C Coconut Grove restaurant with her fiancé and former Yankees player, Alex Rodriguez. Dressed to the nines in all white, Lopez wore a flowing chiffon dress with sheer sleeves that beautifully accentuated an amazing pair of T-strap Gucci platforms. She completed the look with an oversized Dior handbag and a floral face mask. Rodriguez dressed more casually in jeans and a t-shirt.

In the cover story for Allure magazine’s March issue, J.Lo opened up surviving quarantine, participating in the Black Lives Matter movement, and pushing back her wedding with Rodriguez. She also acknowledged how she's managed to push beauty standards forward and create space for Latino women in the entertainment industry.

“The idea was to show the best of, not just myself as an artist, but the best of women,” Lopez said. “The best of Latinos. I felt that I represented Latinos, I represented women, and I represented people in my age group in a light that was very positive and strong.”

The 83 Best Outfits Jennifer Lopez Has Ever Worn

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At the 1997 APLA Fashion Benefit hosted by Tom Ford in Los Angeles, California.

September 6, 1997

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At the 1997 APLA Fashion Benefit hosted by Tom Ford in Los Angeles, California.

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