Jennifer Lopez Shares Her Golden Rule of Fashion (Which She Breaks)

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Jennifer Lopez is dishing on her three fashion rules for dressing sexy...but she doesn't always adhere to her "golden" rule. Take a peek at what the "Live It Up" crooner had to say! Jennifer Lopez is revealing her tips on how to stay sexy.

And her advice might surprise you.

For a tidbit she refers to as her "golden ratio," the "Live It Up" crooner advises ladies to try to go for "one part heat and one part demure" when they're putting together their outfits.

"If you're showing a lot of leg, don't do cleavage," J. Lo told Redbook in the mag's September issue. "If your dress is tight, it shouldn't be short. You cross the line into trashy when you reveal a lot."

Considering J.Lo has rocked tight, short dresses and gowns that show off her cleavage and legs, perhaps this is a sign the 44-year-old Parker star will be changing things up?

She has been dressing a bit more demure as of late, covering up her hot bod in a poufy orange skirt at her Walk of Fame star ceremony in June and a fitted, but conservative cream knee-length dress at the flagship opening of her Viva Movil by Jennifer Lopez Flagship store in New York City in July.

She also recommends balancing a loose shape with flirty fabric.

"My favorite blouses are flowy with touches of sheer material, so you see skin through it, Jennifer continued. "They're sexy in an easy, effortless way."

And to "ignore the age police."

"I don't care who thinks I'm not the right age for something. Right now, I'm in love with leather pants! If you have the legs for a short skirt and can pull it off, do it. When it doesn't feel right to you anymore, you'll know it's time to stop."

What do you think of J.Lo's "sexy" tips?


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