Jennifer Aniston and Claudia Lee's beautiful celebrity styles made us do a double take this week! We're telling you why in this week's installment of Friday's Fashion Obsessions.
After amazing us all with an out-of-character, flirty floral dress, Jennifer Aniston is back to her favorite style: the LBD. This week, the star of We're the Millers showed off a new twist on her go-to wardrobe staple at the movie's Berlin premiere.
Jen kept things monochromatic with her black fit and flare mini, leather corset belt and black accessories. Sure, this is an all-black look, and I'm the first to argue that that makes things a bit boring, but Jen spiced things up with texture and made it work. The statement belt really pulls this outfit together and soft sideswept waves add a delicate side to the look.
The final verdict? Props to Jennifer for stepping outside of her comfort zone and trying something trendy and bright, like a floral, earlier this week. But as the saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," and Jen can certainly rock an LBD like no one else.
Fact: The last few weeks of summer were meant to be spent enjoying the sun in easy, breezy dresses. That's all well and good, but the eager fashionista in me is a wee bit excited to transition to fall clothes, and it looks like Hart of Dixie actress Claudia Lee is too!
The young actress showed up to an event this week wearing this green fit and flare dress and I'm green with envy. I'm just a bit obsessed with the sparkly, embellished Peter Pan collar, the unique embroidered waistline and the full skirt on this dress. Claudia added some sex appeal to this sweet dress with black peep toe booties, a slicked back 'do and glowing makeup.
The final verdict? A Peter Pan collared dress in a vibrant hue is the perfect way to transition your style to the cooler season ahead. It's still fun and flirty, like summer fashion, but it also gives a nice nod to the more covered up, sophisticated style fall has to offer.
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