Dresses inspired by Jen Aniston’s leather dress from the People’s Choice Awards
Get the look with one of these sexy leather dresses.
Whether you loved Jennifer Aniston’s leather Dior dress at the People’s Choice Awards this week or loathed it, it’s definitely getting a lot of attention. The actress traded in her usual sultry red carpet gown for this fun and funky number, and the overall consensus seems to be that people are loving her young, hip look from the evening.
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So we got to work finding similar styles inspired by her designer Dior dress. If you’re all about Aniston’s look, here are 5 leather dresses inspired by her style. From short and sexy bodice dresses, to a vegan leather pleated version, these picks will help you recreate Aniston’s style without the couture budget. Now, if we could only get that yoga body.
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Mackage Leather and Silk Dress, $415.50 at the Outnet.
Asos Mini Dress with Leather Paneling, $104.66 at Asos.
Theory Leather-Top Combo Dress, $167 at Neiman Marcus.
Tell us: Do you like Aniston’s leather dress?
Photos: Getty Images Entertainment, Asos, Neiman Marcus, ShopBop, Free People
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