In their rare public appearances together, the Hollywood power pair — affectionately referred to as J-Rod by their fans — haven’t missed a step, as they continue to serve up some seriously goals-worthy couple fashion inspiration.
Who can forget their official red carpet debut at this year’s annual Met Gala? The duo had a fashion moment for the ages, with Lopez dressed in an ethereal, sky-blue Valentino gown (complete with a dramatic train) and Rodriguez impeccably turned out in a classic midnight-blue Tom Ford tuxedo. Lopez accessorized her cape-inspired dress with a pair of glittery Giuseppe Zanotti heels and a Judith Leiber clutch, while her baseball star boyfriend topped off his look with sleek, patent-leather loafers.
At a September 2017 event for her TV show “World of Dance,” Lopez sizzled in a body-hugging belted dress featuring daring cutouts. She paired it with Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. Rodriguez added a touch of flair to his dapper suit with a polka-dot tie, pocket square and Vince Camuto shoes.
Later that month, the couple was the picture of glamour when they were spotted holding hands on the street in New York. Rodriguez looked effortlessly cool in a simple blue suit, accessorized with suspenders, sunglasses and leather boots, while Lopez showed off her enviable figure in a bold red sheath dress and matching stiletto heels.
Photographed exiting a building in New York, Lopez’s retro-inspired leopard-print dress and vampy platform heels were the perfect foil for Rodriguez’s more buttoned-up look.
For Lopez’s Nov. 16 performance at the Base nightclub in Dubai, the couple went for a more casual red carpet statement. The “Jenny From the Block” singer accentuated her well-toned dancer legs in a ruffled Balmain minidress and white sandals; Rodriguez wore jeans, a white button-down shirt and a navy blazer.
In April, the two were photographed on a date night in New York, looking even more relaxed and laid-back. Lopez rocked an oversized sweater, a tank top and tailored pants with stiletto boots, while Rodriguez wore chino pants, a V-neck sweater and brown suede oxfords.