Jennifer Lopez Might Be Sending Us a Message Through Her Favorite, Fun Accessory

Look of the Day: Jennifer Lopez

Some of Jennifer Lopez's best outfits consist of the following: a statement-making matching set, enviable footwear, bold accessories, and, well, a bedazzled cup. The singer, actress, and business woman has been carrying various versions of this surprising yet practical accessory for years, so when we spotted her holding yet another one while out in Miami, we didn't think much of it — until we got a closer look.

While there was plenty to love about Lopez's cute combination of a plaid Niyama Sol sports bra, matching leggings, a black wrap-around crop top, sold-out Oree New York sneakers — which included a Statue of Liberty graphic on the side! — and her signature hoop earrings, we just couldn't stop looking at what she had in her hand. The sparkly cup, which paired perfectly with her look, featured a Coach logo in its design, reminding us that Lopez is an ambassador for the brand. In the past year alone, the star has worn so many great Coach items, in real life and for campaigns, and even designed her own purse, a special Hutton Shoulder Bag, which retails for $495.

Is this her way of reminding us to visit the site when shopping for holiday gifts? It's unclear, but we got that message regardless.

It's also worth noting that Lopez once again wore her favorite embellished face mask from MasQd. It's clearly versatile enough to match multiple outfits, but we're digging the fact that it coordinates with her cup this time around, too.

Get the look:

MasQd Black Crystal Face Mask

Shop now: $20; masqd.com

MasQd Ultra Soft Black Face Mask

Shop now: $20; masqd.com

Collina Strada Rhinestone Water Bottle

Shop now: $68 (orignally $90); ssense.com

Custom Rhinestone Bling Starbucks Cold Drink Dome

Shop now: $100; etsy.com

20oz Rhinestone Skinny Tumbler with Name

Shop now: $68 (Originally $80); etsy.com

Niyama Sol Enlighten Leggings

Shop now: $92; zappos.com

Niyama Sol See Leggings

Shop now: $92; zappos.com

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