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1990's Jennifer Aniston: Friends!! - Fashion Week


So today I thought I would use some true 90's inspiration to create this blog post, and who other than the divine Jennifer Aniston???

So Rachel Green from friends is everyone's favourite character, partly because Jennifer Aniston is HAWT, but also because she always looked so effortlessly cool in Friends. I have chosen two of her gorgeous looks and recreated them by browsing on Asos! 

Outfit one:
Top: Asos The Turtle Neck Crop Top With Long Sleeves £12.00 
Skirt: Fred Perry A-Line Tartan Skirt £90.00
Socks: American Apparel Knee High Striped Sock £10.00 (also available in purple and yellow stripes)
Shoes: Dr Martens 1461 Classic Black Flat Shoes £90.00

Obviously you could find yourselves a less expensive version of the tartan skirt, and opt for a slightly different brand of shoe to cut down the cost, but this is what I found would be as close of a match to Jennifer Anistons Classic 90's look. I think this outfit is great, it fits her figure incredibly well and I would definitely say if you've long legs you can absolutely rock this look. 

Outfit two:
Top: O'Mighty Shrunken 90's T-Shirt With Contrast Collar And You Look Like Print £30.00
Leggings: Asos Leggings In Tartan Check £18.00
Sweatshirt: Calvin Klein Jeans Sweatshirt With Logo £90.00 
Trainers: Adidas Originals Superstar Foundation White Trainers £67.00 

This outfit also screams 90's and I love how cosy and casual it is - perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon or if you're hitting the shops when you're still sleepy. This would be ideal in Winter especially, which is fast approaching! 

Hope you enjoyed this little twist of a blog post. Let me know what you think of the format! 

See you soon, and make sure you keep up to date with London Fashion Weekend #LFW 

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