Jennifer Aniston's Wedding Dress: 4 White Dresses She Might Consider, Based on Her Red Carpet Style!
by Kim Fusaro, Glamour Magazine
Jennifer Aniston often kills it on the red carpet (click here for her five most memorable looks), so the chances that her wedding dress will be fantastic are pretty high.
To make finding a wedding dress easier on Jen (hey, she's a busy girl!), the style gurus over at Theia picked four of Jen's best red carpet looks and then chose white wedding dresses — and one wedding jumpsuit — that mimic her style. Check out their picks:
Wedding Dress 1: Slip Dress
Theia Wedding Dress 890005, $1,995 (not yet available).
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Wedding Dress 2: Thigh High Slit
Theia Wedding Dress 881075 from New York Dress, $1,595.
Wedding Dress 4: Suited Sophistication
Theia Tuxedo Style Silk Jumpsuit from Nordstrom, $850.
Do you think Jennifer Aniston would pick any of these wedding dresses? Which one of these wedding dresses is your favorite?
Photo: Dress photos: Courtesy of Theia. Jen photos: Getty Images
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