Megan Fox wears lingerie-inspired look with matching thigh-high boots in NYC

Megan Fox continues to keep things sexy as she was spotted wearing a lingerie-inspired ensemble as she pounded the pavement in New York City Saturday.

Fox wore a low-cut black lace top by David Koma that left little to the imagination, as well as a matching skirt and thigh-high stocking with lace detailing.

She chose to drape the look in a chic black overcoat by the same designer, and carried the celeb-loved JW Pei “Gabbi” bag in black.

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The beauty shared the look on Instagram alongside caption, “Guys I had a business meeting today. I made sure to wear something subtle and professional.”

Fox recently spoke to The Post’s Alexa about boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly influencing her sense of style.

“I’m heavily influenced by whatever he pulls out of his closet,” Fox admitted, adding that Kelly is “always wearing something insane.”

Fox wore a low-cut, black lace top that left little to the imagination, as well as a matching skirt with lace detailing and sexy thigh-high boots to complete the set.

The pair have a habit of rocking matching looks both on the red carpet and in their everyday lives — down to their fingernails.

“We went on a trip to Palm Springs when we were first dating, and he brought me over to the house and was like, ‘Let’s get matching manicures,’” Fox said. “Then it sort of stuck ever since.”

Fox completed the look with a chic black overcoat.

MGK even painted his tongue black to coordinate with Fox’s barely-there Mugler dress at the Billboard Music Awards. A week later, he was the Ken to Fox’s Barbie at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, pairing the pink detailing on his razor-sharp nails with her skintight satin look.

If you ask Fox, however, the looks aren’t necessarily coordinated between them.

“We were just wanting to go together, kind of … then people decided we were matching,” Fox said of their string of similar styles, adding, “It wasn’t necessarily a planned thing … That’s just how it flowed.”

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