Jennifer Aniston Is Trendier Than Ever in a Ruched Bustier Dress & Strappy Thong Heels

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Jennifer Aniston tapped into two of this year’s biggest trends for her latest look at “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Spotted on set last night in Los Angeles, the “Morning Show” actress kicked off her ensemble in a ruched blue dress; the spaghetti-strap design also featured a bustier-inspired silhouette with structured cups and a cinched torso.

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The look taps into this season’s newfound appreciation for corseted silhouettes and bustier designs, spotted on everyone from Kourtney and Kim Kardashian to Beyoncé and Megan Fox in the past few weeks alone.

Jennifer Aniston is seen at “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Los Angeles, Sept. 13. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA
Jennifer Aniston is seen at “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Los Angeles, Sept. 13. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA

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A closer view of Jennifer Aniston’s heels. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA
A closer view of Jennifer Aniston’s heels. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA

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On her feet, Aniston herself broke out another major must-have silhouette for fall: thong-toe sandals.

Continuing to be a breakthrough trend, thong-toe footwear returned to the celebrity scene last year as one of its biggest shoe styles and stuck around in 2021. Be it classic flip-flops or thong-toe heels, the minimalistic silhouette falls in line with the aforementioned ’90s-inspired revitalization of fashion. Stars like Kendall Jenner along with Meryl Streep, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez amongst other well-known names are continuing to support the trend even as we begin to approach cooler temperatures.

Aniston’s pair in particular offered up a strappy appeal with black uppers and a teetering stiletto heel.

Jennifer Aniston is seen at “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Los Angeles, Sept. 13. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA
Jennifer Aniston is seen at “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Los Angeles, Sept. 13. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA

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A closer view of Jennifer Aniston’s heels. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA
A closer view of Jennifer Aniston’s heels. - Credit: RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA

RB/Bauergriffin.com/MEGA

When she isn’t in skinny jeans, business-casual looks or classic styles from the 1990s, Aniston owns her fair share of designer duds. The beloved actress’ top brands for red carpet-ready pieces include Prada, Givenchy and Dior; for footwear, it’s Christian Louboutin, Gucci and Stuart Weitzman amongst other well-known labels for her fancier styles.

Beyond her own personal collection of apparel and shoes, the “Friends” actress dipped her toes in a variety of ventures over the years including her new LolaVie hair products and her former Living Proof hair care line as well as serving as an ambassador for SmartWater, Aveeno and Emirates. She also recently tacked on the title of Chief Creative Officer for health brand Vital Proteins as well, posing in their newest campaign in chic athleisure and must-have Adidas sneakers.

Try out the thong-toe sandal trend in these pairs inspired by Jennifer Aniston.

Credit: Courtesy of Luisavia Roma
Credit: Courtesy of Luisavia Roma

Courtesy of Luisavia Roma

Buy Now: Studio Amelia Leather Sandals, $255 (was $340).

Credit: Courtesy of Norstrom
Credit: Courtesy of Norstrom

Courtesy of Norstrom

Buy Now: Calvin Klein Strappy Sandals, $99.

Credit: Courtesy of Steve Madden
Credit: Courtesy of Steve Madden

Courtesy of Steve Madden

Buy Now: Steve Madden Melrose Sandals, $60 (was $83).

Click through the gallery to find even more of Jennifer Aniston’s best street style over the years.

Launch Gallery: Jennifer Aniston's Best Street Style Looks Over the Years

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