August 28 2014

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Yea, Nay, Or Eh: Should She Switch?


Jennifer Aniston took to the carpet in L.A. last night for the premiere of her new maternity comedy of errors (a 2010 genre if ever there was one), The Switch. Aniston has a mixed history with red-carpet looks, and if you ask us, she could have dialed up the glamour a bit for her new premiere. Her two-tone Spring ’10 Lanvin dress flatters her ultra-toned figure but doesn’t bring much spark. (Though the contrast-color zip on the side gives a little bit of pop that’s hard to make out in a front view.) With loose hair and strappy, nude sandals, the whole look feels more dinner-and-a-movie than star tour. (Though we love the Ferragamo croc clutch—even if it threatens to upstage its owner.) What do you think? Is less more, or should Jen have done like her on-screen alter ego and switched?

Photo: Steve Granitz / WireImage



  1. null says:

    I enjoy the totally out-there change of parting. Well, it’s out-there for Jennifer Aniston, anyway.

  2. SuperSam says:

    the dress is alright, but on jennifer it looks horrid. as does everything on her. she doesn’t understand how to “work” her garment.

  3. null says:

    Anything she wears always looks gorgeous!

  4. null says:

    I luv jenn and I think she always looks great but i agree that for a premiere she could have dressed up a little more. Can’t wait 2 c the Switch tho!

  5. nic_chic says:

    Jen has a very simplistic, all-american style that I appreciate. I would be excited to see her take more risks but she looks good in everything and I wouldn’t say I’m disapointed here…

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