Jennifer Aniston's throwback Friends outfit is proof, as if it were needed, that the talented actor is just as fabulous as ever.
Fans were stunned to see Jennifer in the dress, which she wore in a post describing the LolaVie haircare products she loves, because it didn't belong to her character Rachel Green.
The garment in question actually belonged to her real-life and on-screen bestie Courteney Cox, who was quick to comment, "Cuties ❤️."
Although is was her character that worked in fashion, in a case of life imitating art - the star seems more interested in stealing her on-and-off-screen bestie's clothes! Speaking to PEOPLE (opens in new tab) in an interview, she revealed that she swiped the little number many Moons ago.
"I went into her line of clothes and I pulled out a dress that Monica wore. I still have it and wear [it] to this day and it fits," she said. "It's floral with black lace, tiny little flowers, a V-neck and little ruffle cap sleeves."
Jennifer shared the post on her Instagram stories, adding, "Does the dress look familiar? 👀 Still got it! ❤️@courteneycoxofficial @friends."
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In the post, shared by her friend and hair stylist Chris McMillan, the star is seen after her latest trim. The stylist explains, "Jen leans into her natural texture by using her @lolavie glossing detangler (a little goes a long way) A good haircut should do the work so you can just wash and wear your hair natural for the summer."
As well as her acting career, Jennifer is also known for her iconic long hairstyle, so launching her very own haircare line kind of made sense. The brand's aim is, "to combine the best of science and nature. With this brand, she wants to prove that you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other."
The first product to launch was the Glossing Detangler - a leave-in spray that aims to protect, restore, and revitalize your hair while promoting your hair's natural beauty. As you can see from the star's tresses in this image - it does just that.
Aoife is Junior News Editor at woman&home.
She's an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.
Formerly Aoife was a contributing writer at Bustle and her words can be found in the Metro, Huffpost, Delicious, Imperica, EVOKE and her poetry features in the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology.
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