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Saturday Savings: Pay Half the Price for Octavia Spencer's Holiday Skirt

You may want to add Octavia Spencer‘s skirt to your holiday shopping list. 

The award-winning actress appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with guest host Melissa McCarthy, and stunned with a Michel Studio sequined skirt from plus-sized retailer Addition Elle, who currently has capsule collections with Jordyn Woods and Ashley Graham. The A-line, mid-length garment features tulle and gold embellishments, resulting in a classy, yet glam look that stole the show.

Pairing with a gold waist belt, sheer top, statement earrings and black high-heel sandals, this metallic-accented ensemble is universally flattering and appropriate for any occasion this season, including your office party, dinner soiree or seasonal cocktail event.

And…you guessed it: It’s 50% off. Rather than pay $ 170 for the sparkling skirt, it’s marked down to $ 85.

To achieve the star’s look, tuck a sheer top into a full skirt and secure with a belt (bringing attention to the smallest part of your waist). Then, pair with statement earrings and high heels for a feminine and sophisticated style. Pretty easy, right?

Need an Octavia-level skirt? Find one on sale below!

ESC: Saturday Savings

Octavia’s skirt: Tulle & Sequins Skirt, Was $ 169.99, Now $ 84.99

ESC: Saturday Savings

Flocked Tulle Midi Skirt, Was $ 60.00, Now $ 35.99

ESC: Saturday Savings

Pleated Midi Skirt, Was $ 1245, Now $ 872

ESC: Saturday Savings

Tenki Black Knee Length Skirt, Was $ 49.00, Now $ 19.00

ESC: Saturday Savings

Agnes Floral Applique Midi Skirt, Was $ 228.00, Now $ 149.99 

ESC: Saturday Savings

Silk Midi Skirt, Was $ 724, Now $ 435

ESC: Saturday Savings

Lela Hand-Macramé Pompom Embellished Skirt, Was $ 796.73, Now $ 318.69

ESC: Saturday Savings

Gigi Metallic Polka Dot Full Tulle Midi Skirt, Was $ 41.00, Now $ 19.00

ESC: Saturday Savings

3/4 Length Skirt, Was $ 410.00, Now $ 205.00

ESC: Saturday Savings

Midi Pleated Skirt, Was $ 188.00, Now $ 131.60

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