We can all agree Jennifer Aniston has been serving Pinterest-worthy looks since the ’90s. Now in her 50s, Aniston has cemented her signature style as unfussy, chic, and—thankfully for us—totally copyable. Although I’m in my 20s, I find myself looking to Aniston’s paparazzi photos for fashion inspiration. Most recently, she’s been seen in some especially easy-to-copy looks, inspiring this story. The stunning asymmetric Bottega Veneta midi dress she wore on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon paired with strappy Saint Laurent heels is one ensemble I’d like to steal for myself. It’s the epitome of how to perfect the little-black-dress look. In addition to press appearances, she has proven that her street style is also attention-worthy. The Murder Mystery 2 actress recently wore an effortless white tee and jeans that made for the perfect casual daytime outfit. Ahead, I re-created some of her standout looks with accessible brands we all know and love.
This midi-length coat is perfect if you’re looking for chic outerwear at an affordable price point.
This fit is everything.
Such a chic crossbody bag.
The classic silhouette of these black boots makes them an easy sell.
Aniston’s got the right idea. A strapless black jumpsuit is a perfect substitute for a little black dress. I particularly love this Whistles one.
The sexiest heels I ever did see.
A modern take on an iconic Mulberry style.
This wool overcoat can be dressed up, as seen on Aniston, or pared down with jeans and a tee.
Aniston has opted for a shift dress, but this look also works with a midi skirt and cosy knit. The key is to keen the tones all similar!
Shoes that will go with everything.
The asymmetrical cut of this dress is gorgeous.
Looking for elevated heels under £50? These are them!
Keep it classic and look effortless with this open-front trench.
Every wardrobe needs a handy white tee.
A good pair of chic jeans is always a good investment.
You can never go wrong with a jeans-and-ankle-boots combo.
One of our favourite jumpers on the high street. Next Up: Sorry Jeans, Alexa Chung Just Wore the Easy Trouser Trend I’d Rather Try. This story originally appeared on Who What Wear US.