Now that Jennifer Lopez's television series Shades of Blue has come to end, there's a whole bunch of clothing that's bound to go unused. But instead of turning a blind eye to the apparel, Jennifer is putting her outfits from being a badass detective on the auction block to raise money for Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria.

The offerings don't just include clothing, but also keys, FBI files, ID cards and accessories used throughout the show. Most of the bids start at $25 and are running up to $200. The "Dinero" singer has teamed with the Hispanic Federation and the UNIDOS Disaster Relief and Recovery Program for the charity efforts. The bidding will be open until September 9th. 

Shades of Blue ran for three seasons on NBC and followed single mother, detective Harlee Santos, who ran with dirty cops and accepted bribes to secure the bag and give her daughter the best life to prepare for a better future. "It’s such an exercise in human nature and how good people make bad choices and struggle to take the high road,” Jennifer said of playing Harlee.