Celebrity Jennifer Lopez Jennifer Lopez Posed in the Suburbs While Wearing a Canadian Tuxedo With Nothing But a Bra She's still Jenny from the block. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on January 25, 2022 @ 10:56AM Pin Share Tweet Email Jennifer Lopez just took us back to our early 2000s childhood of wearing matching sweats, Canadian tuxedos, and riding our bikes through a suburban neighborhood. On Monday, the multi-hyphenate shared a series of Instagram posts from her latest campaign with Coach, in which she's posing on a bike in what appears to be a suburban street lined with houses. In one shot, the singer is wearing a matching pink, ab-baring Coach sweatsuit, which she accessorized with the brand's nostalgic slide-on heels and a crossbody handbag. Courtesy Coach In the second look of the photo shoot, J.Lo channeled her iconic all-white 2000s VMAs look (the chaotic one with the bandana). She wore baggy white sweats — with logo-emblazoned boxers peeking out — and a matching cropped Coach tee that she paired with beige combat boots and a matching tote bag. Jennifer Lopez Paired Her Matching Plaid Coat and Skirt Set With Super Tall, Over-the-Knee Boots Tyler Mitchell In an exclusive behind-the-scenes photo, J.Lo put a sexy twist on an early aughts staple: the Canadian tuxedo. Baggy jeans and a matching jacket were solely worn with a bra, once again showing off the actress' toned torso. She accessorized with a denim baseball cap and the aforementioned heels. Courtesy Coach The shoot is all a part of Coach's Spring 2022 campaign, which will also star Megan Thee Stallion, Kōki, and TikTokers Noah Beck and Wisdom Kaye. Coach Creative Director Stuart Vevers teamed up with photographer and director Tyler Mitchell to create "That's My Ride," a modern take on the brand's signature Horse and Carriage code. "Joyful and optimistic, Spring 2022 celebrates our house codes through the point-of-view of a new generation," Vevers said in a press release. "It expresses what I've always loved about Coach, which is the way our heritage can be a platform for individual expression and bold ideas that shape the future."