Forget something? Jennifer Lopez glowed as she stepped out for Dolce & Gabbana’s runway show in Venice, but she seemed to miss one small detail.
The 52-year-old Latin superstar forgot to remove the price tag from her stunning D&G cape before rolling up to the event.
The label was only visible when the cape was blown open from the wind, which made it pretty noticeable in the photos of J-Lo strutting around outside.
The Selena actress rocked an exquisite outfit which consisted of a bedazzled top, floral silk pants and chunky gem-studded heels.
The singer’s bodyguard held her hand while she walked alongside her glam team, who didn’t seem to notice the tag hanging from the dazzling garment.
Lopez's hairstylist Chris Appleton and makeup artist Mary Phillips were also in tow for the event, and they both posted on Instagram to show off the star’s gorgeous look.
Dolce & Gabbana’s Alta Moda show took place in the historic city of Venice, Italy, and hosted 450 guests and over 100 different looks, according to Harper’s Bazaar.
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The “On The Floor” singer was flying solo for the event, as her main squeeze Ben Affleck didn’t appear to be in attendance.
As OK! previously reported, the Batman actor was spotted poking around jewelry stores with his son Samuel just last week. The father-of-three was reportedly looking at engagement rings at Tiffany & Co. in Century City, Calif.
It wouldn't be the first time the the old flames thought about tying the knot. Affleck popped the question to Lopez back in 2002, before the couple postponed in 2003 and eventually called it quits in 2004.
Lopez split from ex-fiancé Alex Rodriguez in April — although the pair are still continuing to communicate regarding their joint projects.
Rodriguez reportedly wants to meet in person to discuss their business handlings, while Lopez “would prefer a Zoom conference.”
“He feels like he needs closure,” an OK! insider said of the former baseball player. “But his team is praying he can keep it professional."