J.Lo Casually Wore a Sheer Maxi Skirt With Platforms and Fishnets

It might feel early in the season for holiday dressing, but Jennifer Lopez doesn’t live on anyone’s schedule, so of course she’d break out a festive ‘fit before December’s arrival. Over Thanksgiving weekend, the Hustlers actress was spotted out with husband Ben Affleck at the Winter Garden Theatre in NYC where they attended a performance of The Music Man.For the occasion, Lopez went with two pieces from Ralph Lauren Collection, a Fair Isle sweater and a tulle maxi skirt with a slit up the entire right side. But the holiday festivities didn’t end there. With her party-ready skirt choice, she added fishnet tights and a pair of velvet Giuseppe Zanotti platforms with a casual five inch heel. She even carried a shearling pillow bag from Coach for added effect. Clearly, the sartorial side of the holidays is kicking off earlier than ever before. And if J.Lo has anything to say about it, the season will include sheer maxis, platform pumps, and fishnets. Keep scrolling to see her look. On Jennifer Lopez: Coach Pillow Madison Shoulder Bag 18 in Shearling With Quilting ($480); Ralph Lauren Collection Fair Isle Crewneck Sweater ($1690) and Sylvia Organza Maxi Skirt ($4990); Giuseppe Zanotti Velvet Platform Pumps ($1050)This entire collection is holiday-season ready. I’m low-key obsessed with Elsa Hosk’s new brand. This velvet maxi is dreamy.Silky and sweet.Don’t sleep on the denim maxi-skirt trend. Sheer is here. The only skirt you need to do party season right. Need.Heading out west? You need this skirt. The easy slip you’ll wear again and again. Duh. This little black set is too good to pass up.It’s giving hippie chic.I can totally see J.Lo wearing this pleated maxi. Coming up: J.Lo Just Wore the $69 Bra That’s Absolutely My Next Lingerie Purchase

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