Jennifer Aniston's casual shopping outfit will not surprise you.
She knows what she likes and, dammit, she's not about to start experimenting now!
The 44-year-old dragged hunky beau Justin Theroux on a furniture shopping spree in Manhattan on Monday afternoon, looking casual and comfy like two people who really enjoy each other's company — even when they're furniture shopping!
Jen's olive green J. Crew cargo pants, flip-flops, and cozy knit were as familiar to us as her LBDs on the red carpet while Justin's black jeans, polo shirt, and Movado gold watch screamed preppy badass.
As Chandler Bing would say: could they BE any more in love???
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Staying true to her mission to make good hair days a regular thing for women everywhere, Jennifer Aniston hit the streets to interview average women about their manes.
Just kidding! Someone else did that for her, but Jen still heard their tales of woe and even commiserated with the tress-stressed women.
She has hair drama just like everyone else!
Check out the second clip (above) from the actress's three-part The Good Hair Day web series for some manic mane confessions.
You can even submit your own crazy hair stories for a chance to win a haircut from Jennifer's trusty tress guru, Chris McMillan!
Bye-bye, bad hair days!
Does being stoned make you a better hairdresser?
Chris McMillan, the man behind one of the most famous haircuts of all time (Jennifer Aniston's "Rachel") was reportedly high as a kite when he gave the actress the life-changing 'do.
He recently confessed:
It's been almost 20 years, but people are still talking about "The Rachel!"
Jennifer Aniston obviously has the most sought-after hair in the biz, which is why we have a feeling her new three-part web series, The Good Hair Day is going to be a big hit.
She, along with her celebrity hair stylist, Chris McMillan, the man behind her iconic Friends cut, have launched their new hair care line, Living Proof, and are now giving fans a look at what makes Jen's hair so amazing.
AND, that's not all, they're also asking fans to submit their own "hair obsessions and confessions" to win a haircut by Chris himself.
Watch the first part of the series (above) and see Jennifer's take on that whole "Rachel" cut. And surprise, she's not as fond as her hair as you think she is! Press play (above)!!!
Hey, at least it's not black! Plus, it's cute!
Jennifer Aniston celebrated the launch of her Living Proof Good Hair Day web series in Manhattan on Wednesday night.
The actress opted for a gray suede drop-waist Balenciaga dress and strappy tan heels, which almost blended in with her bronzed skin.
Her hair was as sleek and shiny as ever thanks to her longtime hairstylist Chris McMillan, who attended the event with her.
And did we mention we're glad she's not wearing black?
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Even though her style is pretty static, Jennifer Aniston has some of the most famous tresses in Hollywood, and now she’s giving up her secrets!
The co-owner and
face hair of Living Proof is starting a web series with stylist Chris McMillan and Bobbie Thomas called Good Hair Day that’s ALL about — you guessed it — HAIR!
The first episode will air on May 9th, but until then you can ch-ch-check out the video (above) and get a small taste.
Here's a new concept: Jennifer Aniston in black!
Oh wait, just kidding! That's what she wears to almost every red carpet.
The future Mrs. Justin Theroux showed up to the premiere of Lifetime's new Five Film series Call Me Crazy in West Hollywood last night wearing her usual all-black uniform that included a tuxedo-style Dior bustier and shorts that showed off her toned 44 year old stems.
With her hair pulled back in a sassy ponytail, Jen completed her look with Jimmy Choo heels and Tom Ford clutch.
Since she's only a producer for the series, we'll give her a pass for not wearing something a little more fancy, but would it kill her to wear color?
It feels like Groundhog Day whenever we see her on the red carpet!
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