Jennifer Lopez wears the hottest wedding dress in her new music video

If Jennifer Lopez's IMDb is any indicator, the star only does movies that involve at least one wedding scene. Nearly all of her most notable projects have involved weddings, including: Marry Me, Shotgun Weddings, The Wedding Planner , and Mother-in-Law. This has become a tradition for J.Lo, with the singer recently rocking the look in one of her music videos.

On January 10, Lopez released a mini-movie for her new single "Can't Get Enough," featuring not one, but two bridal looks.

J.Lo cutout dress

While Lopez's on-screen choices tend to err on the traditional side, her video outfits are incredibly racy. She was seen walking down the aisle in a long-sleeved bustier gown with a stunning mermaid silhouette (towards a man who wasn't Ben Affleck, by the way).

The most eye-catching details on her dress, however, were the two giant cutouts — both of which were appropriately heart-shaped. One of them is upside down, proudly displaying her belly button, while the other sits dangerously high on her upper thighs.

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This playful masterpiece comes from Ukrainian designer Frolov. The brand, a favorite of Beyoncé, is known for its strategically placed cutouts and nearly invisible mesh — something Lopez's gown clearly demonstrated.

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Note: Her coquettish wedding dress

When it came to accessorizing her fictional wedding ensemble, Lopez wore the most sparkling pair of diamond earrings. What deserves your attention, however, is her short veil.

The ivory tulle was accented with a matching bow that sat at the back of J.Lo's head. This look has been dubbed one of the biggest wedding trends of the year, thanks to the rise of TikTok's coquettish aesthetic.

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her reception bubble dress

Like many modern brides, Lopez changed into a second dress for the reception. This time, she wore a short, loose strapless minidress with an asymmetrical bubble skirt and red rosettes that mimicked her bouquet.

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Brides take note.