Jennifer Aniston simply gave Us a purpose to carry on to our garments from the early 2000s. The actress sported a gown Courteney Cox wore on an episode of Mates, and it’s nonetheless as cute as ever.
On Saturday, June 11, Aniston, 53, confirmed off a recent summer time reduce in a photograph posted through Instagram by her hairstylist Chris McMillan. Within the shot, the Simply Go With It star posed alongside the sweetness guru in a dainty patterned frock that featured a black lace trim on the bodice. On Sunday, June 12, Aniston posted a display screen seize of Cox, 57, within the precise look to her Instagram Tales, writing: “Does the gown look acquainted? Nonetheless obtained it!” Within the picture, Cox’s character, Monica Geller, is seen sporting the ensemble on the group’s favourite spot, Central Perk.
Mates, which additionally starred Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc and ran for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2004, was full of unforgettable style moments. Aniston’s Rachel Inexperienced, Kudrow’s Phoebe Buffay and Cox’s Monica have been always serving up model inspiration in Gingham print frocks, slip attire, sheer tops, classic athleisure, traditional denim, crop tops and extra.
The ladies additionally served as hair targets. For years, Aniston’s layered reduce, which has been dubbed “The Rachel” was copied by followers. The pattern even noticed a resurgence final 12 months amongst TikTokers (you’ll be able to attempt it too with a number of hair pins and rollers).
Surprisingly, Aniston didn’t just like the look. “I used to be not a fan of ‘The Rachel,’” she mentioned in a 2015 interview with Glamour. “That was form of cringey for me. Wanting again truthfully, even throughout that point — I couldn’t do it by myself. I wanted [my hair stylist] Chris hooked up to my hip. Left to my very own gadgets, I’m not expert with a hairbrush and blow-dryer.” The Homicide Thriller actress echoed comparable sentiments to Attract in 2011. “I feel it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen,” she instructed the journal.
In 2021, Aniston opened up about her Mates wardrobe, revealing throughout an look on The Howard Stern Present that the clothes worn by the three feminine leads was all about consolation.
“Nobody was saying, ‘Women, your outfits have to be tighter and smaller and skimpier.’ Completely no manner. It was simply kind of what we felt snug in,” the Aveeno ambassador shared.
Followers have costume designer Debra McGuire to thank for Mates style. In 2019, she opened as much as Leisure Weekly about creating every character’s aesthetic, explaining she wished to convey one thing “a bit bit extra attention-grabbing, aspirational, simply form of like visible sweet … One thing that folks would need to be part of.”