Hernandez’s risqué fashions have often been critiqued by those who feel she’s setting a bad example for her 2-year-old daughter by showing too much skin. However, the self-proclaimed “Puerto Rican Princess” switched up her wardrobe style this week, which drew a gang of two-edged compliments.
Hernandez took to Instagram on March 11 and flossed her stylish cooking-occasion garb. She attended the “Shade Room’s” new cooking show called “Struggle Chef,” which seemingly is located in Beverly Hills, California. The 32-year-old sported a black and lace bodysuit by PrettyLittleThing with a pair of brown high-waist leather pants and black fur coat.
Hernandez accessorized her outfit with silver drop earrings, a silver-plated bracelet and watch, a pair of chunky black heels and a silver-colored handbag. She also wore her hair slicked back in a low ponytail. She captioned the images of herself “Last nights situation!” and added, “My friend @makeupbymila not only makes me look beautiful but she always catches the moment!”
Fans showered Hernandez with tongue-in-cheek compliments on how stunning she appeared without wearing skimpy clothes.
“Love this soft look on you,” one fan commented. “If only you kept clothes on 😍.”
“Finally some clothes and it’s cute 😍,” another added.
“Joseline you need to dress like this and not like a ho! 🤣 You look beaufil doe.”
Hernandez has often been slut-shamed by social media users and fans for her racy clothes and provocative past, such as her teenage days when she worked as a stripper. However, she told Huffington Post during a 2017 interview that she’s often unmoved by the criticism she receives in general and that people are entitled to their own opinions.
“Everybody’s able to say whatever they want, feel however they feel, and it’s not really a big deal to me because if I choose to live my life in front of the media then I need to take what they give,” she explained.
Despite her past carefree behavior, she’s seemingly managed to turn over a new leaf. Hernandez said having her 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella changed her outlook on life.
“Everything that I went through in my life, I want my daughter not to have to go through,” she said. “I think that becoming a mother makes you focus so much more in your business.”