Jennifer Lopez Kicks Off Fall with a Rulebreaking Pedicure Risk




Jennifer Lopez Kicks Off Fall with a Rulebreaking Pedicure Risk
Jennifer Lopez Kicks Off Fall with a Rulebreaking Pedicure Risk  

The first official day of autumn was just last weekend, but Jennifer Lopez is already offering an early lesson in the season's freshest polish job-as well as a compelling reason to ignore the outdated notion of never wearing white after Labor Day. Last night, the iconic pop star stepped out at the 33rd annual Great Sports Dinner with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez in tow, her head-to-toe alabaster look culminating in a snowy pedicure.

A gossamer-weight turtleneck and slip skirt covered in shimmering white sequins twinkled with the sparkle of brisk days ahead, though a pair of coordinated strappy sandals read as entirely early fall appropriate-all while revealing a glimpse of the fresh red carpet-worthy nail shade. The lesson? Whether you're looking to extend your tennis whites or get a jump on winter, a blanched pedicure is the best means of the toeing the seasonal line.

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