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Jennifer Garner keeps it cozy and casual in black turtleneck as she goes Christmas shopping in LA

Jennifer Garner keeps it cozy and casual in black turtleneck and sweats as she goes Christmas shopping in LA

Jennifer Garner has been isolating at home with her kids for most of the year, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.

And the Golden Globe winner is getting their home ready for the Christmas season, as she prepares for the holidays.

She kept it cozy and casual in a black turtleneck and matching sweatpants Wednesday, as she went Christmas shopping at Brentwood Mart in their upscale Los Angeles neighborhood.

Cozy and casual: Jennifer Garner kept it cozy and casual in a black turtleneck and matching sweatpants Wednesday, as she went Christmas shopping at Brentwood Mart in their upscale Los Angeles neighborhood

The 48-year-old finished the look with a pair of black trainers and a grey and white striped face mask, taking precautions against COVID-19.

In addition to covering her house in lights, she recently got into the Christmas spirit by participating in a holiday-themed meme.

The Elektra star took to Instagram with a photo of Sean Penn photoshopped on her shoulder, implying: ‘I know you’ve heard of Elf on the Shelf, but have you heard of Penn on the Jen?’

She also hilariously recreated a sexy pool scene from her breakout spy series Alias, taking to Instagram with the funny video to celebrate reaching 10million followers. 

Black and grey: The 48-year-old finished the look with a pair of black trainers and a grey and white striped face mask, taking precautions against COVID-19

Black and grey: The 48-year-old finished the look with a pair of black trainers and a grey and white striped face mask, taking precautions against COVID-19

Penn on the Jen: The Elektra star took to Instagram with a photo of Sean Penn photoshopped on her shoulder, implying: 'I know you've heard of Elf on the Shelf, but have you heard of Penn on the Jen?'

Penn on the Jen: The Elektra star took to Instagram with a photo of Sean Penn photoshopped on her shoulder, implying: ‘I know you’ve heard of Elf on the Shelf, but have you heard of Penn on the Jen?’

Garner shared a clip of her character emerging from a pool in slow motion, showing off her taut bod in a blue bikini.

She accompanied the clip with a current video of herself less-than-gracefully climbing out of a pool, sporting a black wetsuit and a pair of chunky goggles.

The mother-of-three starred as undercover CIA agent Sydney Bristow in the ABC series, which ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006, earning her a Golden Globe in 2002.

She revealed last week on The Drew Barrymore Show that the host’s 2000 blockbuster adaptation of Charlie’s Angels inspired her performance in Alias.  

The reboot: She also hilariously recreated a sexy pool scene from her breakout spy series Alias, taking to Instagram with the funny video to celebrate reaching 10million followers

The reboot: She also hilariously recreated a sexy pool scene from her breakout spy series Alias, taking to Instagram with the funny video to celebrate reaching 10million followers 

Bikini babe: Garner shared a clip of her character emerging from a pool in slow motion, showing off her taut bod in a blue bikini

Twist ending: She accompanied the clip with a current video of herself less-than-gracefully climbing out of a pool, sporting a black wetsuit and a pair of chunky goggles

Bikini babe: Garner shared a clip of her character emerging from a pool in slow motion, showing off her taut bod in a blue bikini. She accompanied the clip with a current video of herself less-than-gracefully climbing out of a pool, sporting a black wetsuit and a pair of chunky goggles 

Femme fatale: Garner starred as undercover CIA agent Sydney Bristow in the ABC series, which ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006, earning her a Golden Globe in 2002

Femme fatale: Garner starred as undercover CIA agent Sydney Bristow in the ABC series, which ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006, earning her a Golden Globe in 2002

Women supporting women: She revealed last week on The Drew Barrymore Show that the host's 2000 blockbuster adaptation of Charlie's Angels inspired her performance in Alias

Women supporting women: She revealed last week on The Drew Barrymore Show that the host’s 2000 blockbuster adaptation of Charlie’s Angels inspired her performance in Alias

Her own stunts: The mother-of-three said: 'Well, you know the whole reason I got so excited about investing myself in stunts and doing them all and learning to fight and being on wires was because of Charlie’s Angels'

Her own stunts: The mother-of-three said: ‘Well, you know the whole reason I got so excited about investing myself in stunts and doing them all and learning to fight and being on wires was because of Charlie’s Angels’

Garner said: ‘Well, you know the whole reason I got so excited about investing myself in stunts and doing them all and learning to fight and being on wires was because of Charlie’s Angels.

‘Just because I was such an enormous fan of what you guys did and how you changed the game and I ended up working with your same stunt crew… I ended up working with those same guys on a movie later and I was like, “Tell me everything they did. How did they train? What was it like?” You’re my inspiration Drew.’ 

The native Texan returned to the action genre in the 2018 critical flop Peppermint, which recently ranked surprisingly high on Netflix’s list of most-watched movies.

Garner celebrated the news on Instagram, writing: ‘What a nice surprise! Peppermint is streaming on @netflix and you guys are watching it—thank you so much, it is an honor to fight for all of you.’

Leading lady: Garner returned to the action genre in the 2018 critical flop Peppermint, which recently ranked surprisingly high on Netflix's list of most-watched movies

Leading lady: Garner returned to the action genre in the 2018 critical flop Peppermint, which recently ranked surprisingly high on Netflix’s list of most-watched movies



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