Even fresh off her wedding, Jennifer Lopez can't be slowed down. While the Hustlers actress has been enjoying a post-elopement trip around France with her now-hubby, Ben Affleck, and their kids, the 53-year-old star just surprised fans at the LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF event with an energetic performance and a showstopping outfit.

J.Lo showed up in a head-to-toe tiger-print ensemble from Roberto Cavalli that was designed by Fausto Puglisi. The outfit included a bandeau and matching pants, which were both covered with a sheer, jewel-encrusted fabric. However, we specifically couldn't take our eyes off those pants, which featured a sparkly waistband and flared bottoms that were covered in feathers.

We got a glimpse of the ’fit in a video that Lopez posted to her Instagram, where she is heard performing a mash-up of Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” and Vicki Sue Robinson’s “Turn the Beat Around.” In her caption, Lopez wrote, “Che notte!!! Grazie Capri!! Ti Amo. #LVRxUNICEF @unicef @luisaviaroma @jlobeauty.”

In other photos from the performance, we can see that when Lopez first stepped onto the stage, her outfit included a matching cape that was draped around her shoulders. The accessory featured cascading ruffles and a thick strip of white feathers along the hem.

Lopez's scene-stealing outfit was styled by her frequent collaborators, Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn. Meanwhile, her makeup was completed using her own brand, JLo Beauty, and it matched perfectly with her outfit, especially thanks to her gold-flecked eyeshadow.

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We weren't the only ones who were amazed by J.Lo's outfit. Fans left comments showing their love for the look, like one user who said, “Love the outfit!” And another who wrote, “MAMA ATE AND LEFT NO CRUMBS!!!!!”

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J.Lo, you never fail to wow us.

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