“I chose this black Good American jumpsuit and paired it with Marc Fisher knee-high boots from DSW,” Jennifer’s stylist Oakley Stevenson told JenniferHudsonShow.com.
“I thought it would be the perfect look for Jennifer’s interview with Tara Lipinski,” she said, explaining that JHud needed an outfit flexible enough for her off-skates figure skating lesson with the Olympic medalist!
Tuesday, November 21
To interview her friend and “Sandy Wexler” co-star Adam Sandler, Jennifer wore a cerulean blue turtleneck jumpsuit with an asymmetrical peekaboo cutout at the shoulder. This jewel-toned look was paired with silver INC booties.
JHud’s Estella Jumpsuit comes from Los Angeles-based luxury brand Black Halo, headed by designer Laurel Berman. According to the brand’s website, “Laurel’s architectural designs summon a natural inner beauty and confidence that are both liberating and empowering.”
Jennifer sat down with “Will & Grace” and “The Other Black Girl” star Eric McCormack while wearing a royal purple dress, again from Black Halo.
“We loved the color, silhouette, and style of this dress,” informed Oakley of the stunning cocktail dress, which featured a tailored bustier-style bodice with draping and a back slit.
Jennifer coordinated this look with Jessica Simpson pumps and a lavender purple ribbon in support of the fight against esophageal cancer, the disease that her guest Brett Yancey has been battling for six years.
Brett and his daughter Sarakate made headlines recently when he was able to accompany her down the 50-yard football field of her school after she was named homecoming queen. Jennifer was happy to share their story on the show, and members of her studio audience also wore purple ribbons in support of the family.