Jennifer Aniston's Latest Look Is A Great Way To Style Your Slip Dress For Fall
Whenever you're in need of some style inspiration, you can always count on the celeb set to get your outfit wheels turning. Whether it's spotlighting the newest must-have piece of the season or offering up a lesson on how to wear something that you just haven't yet mastered, A-listers (and their trusted team of stylists, of course) just know how to get you out of a style rut. Enter, Jennifer Aniston's latest street-style look, which demonstrates exactly how to wear a slip dress this fall, because the '90s-inspired staple deserves a spot in your autumn lineup, too.
Aniston has been doing some serious press rounds as of late. She's gearing up for the release of her latest TV project — and although it isn't a Friends reboot (sorry, fans!), it's certain to be an absolute must-watch. After all, she does star alongside Reese Witherspoon (aka, who once portrayed her sister in Friends), so at least there's that.
Media rounds have turned into mini runway shows for the celeb set — and Aniston's The Morning Show press tour looks have been nothing short of amazing. She's been playing favorites with various takes on the LBD, but her most recent on-duty look earns special mention. Not only is it incredibly chic, but it presents you with a fall-friendly way to wear your slip dress.
Wearing your go-to slip dress this fall is much easier than you think — all it takes is some layering. Aniston opted for a sleek black silky number, which features a lace-y hemline and lands mid-calf, the ideal length for the cold-weather months.
The key that made the frock more fall-friendly? The refined blazer that she threw over the slip dress. Not only did the tailored topper add some warmth, but it gave the look a sophisticated touch. Aniston rounded out the look with black sock booties, a handful of glittering jewels, and her usual beauty look, including subtle waves, a soft-pink lip, and a neutral eye.
So, take note from Aniston this season and wear you favorite slip dress with a blazer. Ahead, The Zoe Report's all-time favorite silky frocks that would look so good with the business-chic topper.