The evolution of style icon Jennifer Aniston

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The style icon Jennifer Aniston immediately became everyone’s favourite back in 1994 when she debuted as one of the most fashionable characters on TV, Rachel Green. Since her rise to fame in the 90s, Aniston’s style has always followed the newest trends of the decade, from spaghetti straps to low-cut dresses. Recently she celebrated her 52nd birthday, and ultimately proved to everyone she never goes out of style. Here at Fashion North we decided to countdown our top 10 Jennifer Aniston style moments, and how to recreate some of the looks yourself using the North East’s very own independent retailers.


Who doesn’t love jeans and a nice top? It’s every girls go-to outfit when they want to be stylish and comfortable. Aniston wore this outfit before ‘jeans and a nice top’ was a part of our vocabulary! There is no doubt, that this outfit suit her personality.

At the NYC premiere of ‘We’re the Millers’, Jen stole the show in a figure-hugging purple dress, looking absolutely glowing as usual.

As much as we love Jen’s major glam moments, her casual street style just gets better and better. This simple longline cream coat, paired with a white-shirt and white trainers is perfect for anyone wanting to steal her style. Similar items to these can be found in your local high-street stores.

In her classic all-black outfit, it’s no surprise that Jennifer can pull off a suit better than anyone else. We LOVE a power look, and this is undoubtedly one of them.

How can anyone forget Rachel Green’s iconic looks from the early seasons of Friends. This fashionable schoolgirl look is still adored by Friends fans [and literally every girl ever] all over the world.

Miniskirts are the way to go if you’re wanting to look like Rachel Green, and we’ve found the perfect alternative for you. The Yesterday Society vintage store based in the Grainger Market in Newcastle, have a ‘90s style skirt available for only £15! Colour co-ordinate this outfit with a white long-sleeved t-shirt and knee high socks, and you’re ready to live your Rachel Green fantasies.

The ‘90s was her time to shine, and she never failed to impress. Her satin-style top seems to have inspired the bandana top we are seeing everywhere since 2020. As much as low-rise isn’t as wildly popular, Jen certainly pulled it off with her amazing figure.

Typically Jennifer opts for an all-black outfit, it has become her fashion quirk over the years. So to see her in another colour on the red carpet is a rare occurrence, but we absolutely love it. This Valentino gown looked radiant against her sleek, glossy hair.

The little black dress is a staple every woman needs in their wardrobe, and it appears Jen is no different. The plunging neckline, spaghetti straps and sleek blonde bob make for the iconic Jennifer Aniston style.

For anyone wanting to join in on the slip-dress trend, it’s never too late! Slip dresses can be found anywhere, from online retailers to your favourite high-street stores in Eldon Square, Newcastle. Vintage womenswear brand Trendlistr has a stunning Moschino nude slip dress on their Etsy page for £60.

50 is the new 20! Jen looked angelic on the red carpet at the SAG awards 2020, showing that the power of simple styling appears to be the key to Jennifer’s looks.

Coming in at number one, the outfit that made us fall in love. Back in 1996, Jen rocked a black slip dress and even taught us all the infamous way to layer it over a t-shirt. When she’s not on the red carpet, she’s always teaching us how to stay chic.


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