Get the Look for Less – Jennifer Aniston’s Urban-Casual Boyfriend Jeans, Cross-Body Bag + More
Jennifer Aniston‘s style is the epitome of classic American chic. Wanna emulate her urban casual look of baggy boyfriend jeans and a crisp white tank, which get a boost from a statement crossbody bag and gray suede lace up booties — without paying Hollywood prices?
We’ve got you covered.
This look, which is perfect for a day of traipsing through an urban center or metropolis, is easy to recreate with the right accessories. It’s all basics and staples that are given a high-fashion injection, thanks to spendy accouterments. Luckily for you, affordable versions exist without sacrificing “oomph.”
The centerpiece of Aniston’s look is the loose-fitting boyfriend jeans, which cuff at the ankles. The Gap offers a cute and budget-friendly pair in the form of its 1969 Sexy Boyfriend Jeans ($70), which are distressed and cozy.
But the future Mrs. Justin Theroux (and the onetime Mrs. Brad Pitt) takes the styling up a notch with the accessories.
Her black leather Tom Ford crossbody with gold hardware has a $4K price tag, so that’s not a viable option for the rest of us. But at about $100, the Sak’s Silverlake Flap is much more affordable and equally as stylish. It’s also super roomy, so you can stuff critical items like lip gloss, your smartphone, a bottle of water and anything else you need for a day of walking in the city.
The former ‘Friend’ also ups the fashion ante with a pair of gray suede lace up Prada booties (you don’t even want to know what those retail for). This pair isn’t Prada, but for only $125, they’re just as cute and won’t put your bank account in the red.
Aniston’s brown leather belt has some etching, and a similar perforated option from Fossil ($34) will keep those baggy jeans from sagging too low. They’re meant to be comfy but not sloppy.
You can grab a white ribbed tank at Old Navy for less than $10 (headlights are extra).
Top it off with pair of $150 classic aviator shades from Ray-Ban and you’re done!
Chic, casual and cheap — who doesn’t love that fashion trifecta?