Jennifer Aniston's Solution To Summer Dressing Is A Breezy One-Piece Outfit

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Dressing for the dog days of summer requires plenty of breezy linens, a straw hat, and a trusty pair of chic sandals that kick off for impromptu wades in cool water. That's how Jennifer Aniston — who recently debuted a dreamy white jumpsuit — does it. The actor's simple take on a heat wave outfit is the easiest look to recreate.

All those afternoons she spent yachting along the riviera with Adam Sandler, supposedly working on their new film Murder Mystery, looks to have given Jen Aniston's aesthetic a bit of Italian flair. Now back in Los Angeles, her refreshed style is a stunning combination of California low-key and beach holiday in Capri. Needless to say, it's worth copying immediately.

The flowy white jumpsuit by Lunya that she wore on Tue. is a perfect example of her vacation-inspired looks of late. The Friends icon went shopping at L'Agence in West Hollywood wearing a slouchy, sleeveless jumpsuit and a straw cowgirl hat over her messy low bun.

Her clear-frame sunnies were so big you would hardly have recognized her. Eschewing the ever-popular woven tote bag of summer, Aniston carried her warm-weather essentials — a lightweight, lavender scarf and a bottle of Smartwater — under her arm.

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The actor's jumpsuit looked to be light enough for the early-August heat and perfectly shapeless, draped loosely over her shoulders and descending into a floaty capri.

She kept the accessories simple: hoop earrings, a long gold leaf pendant, and black-and-white braided, Velcro-strap slides. If ever a flawless summer outfit existed, this would be it. Aniston's easy jumpsuit can be adapted to a beach day or a brunch date because this time of year, versatility is key.

You want a multipurpose piece to suit any Saturday activity and the 50-year-old's single-item outfit is just the thing. A few similar ones, ahead.

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