Jennifer Aniston is one of those superstars who never ceases to amaze us with her grace and elegance and eternally youthful looks. The actress, who gained international fame thanks to her portrayal of Rachel Green in one of the most successful sitcoms of all time, Friends, has an impeccable taste when it comes to fashion. The 48-year-old is known for her roles in romantic comedies as well as for always choosing very chic and stylish outfits at every red carpet event. Her wardrobe could perhaps be described as the best version of the “every woman’s style,” with attire that would not look out of place on any woman, no matter her wealth or celebrity status.
Let’s take a look at how Jennifer Aniston’s style has developed over the years, from the ’90s to today, courtesy of Insider.
1995: At the Primetime Emmy Awards with Friends costar Matthew Perry, Aniston wore a classic little black dress and “The Rachel” hairstyle which became hugely popular in the ’90s.
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1997: A classic look for the actress – a little black dress and an elegant up-do. It’s definitely something that Friends‘ Rachel Green would wear.
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1997: Jennifer Aniston and Friends costar Lisa Kudrow rocking the classic black dresses at the “Friends Helping Friends” party in November.
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1999: With her then-boyfriend Brad Pitt at the 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The actress went for an experimental look with a sequin-embellished dress and an unusual hairstyle.
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2000: Posing with fellow actresses Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow and Renee Zellweger. Aniston brought back the classic look back, accented with a simple necklace.
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2001: Married couple Brad and Jen colour-coordinated their outfits at the premiere of The Mexican, with Jennifer wearing a very elegant, yet unpretentious ensemble.
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2001: Showing off her midriff with a non-crop top and a draped skirt at the Rock Star premiere.
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2002: Aniston took a fashion risk at NBC’s 75th Anniversary Special and totally nailed it, showing off her more edgy side.
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2002: The actress wore an embellished blush pink gown and a choker at the Emmys. She won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in Friends.
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2003: She won a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Female TV Performer and accepted the award in a timeless black shirt-black pants combo, finishing off the look with a thick choker necklace.
If you would like to see other superstars and the evolution of their styles, check out Miley Cyrus and Kaley Cuoco.