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Jennifer Aniston doesn’t follow trends

Published 20/06/2016

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston would tell her younger self to wear sunscreen.

Jennifer Aniston prefers to set trends rather than follow them.

The former Friends actress, who had to recently shoot down pregnancy rumours, is known for both her classic beauty and sophisticated style. In recent years Jennifer has come into her own in the fashion stakes, and has wowed with bold red carpet style like at the 2015 SAG Awards where she donned a nearly naval-grazing gold dress by John Galliano.

When asked by Britain’s Glamour magazine what beauty trends she hates at the moment, the 47-year-old confessed she doesn’t get fazed by fads.

“It doesn't matter to me because I don't follow them because it makes me feel like I'm getting caught up in something that I haven't created,” she smiled.

As for her style staples, Jennifer shared that all women need is three basic items to always look and feel their best.

“A great black blazer, a great pair of jeans and a beautiful wedge shoe. There's always a scarf, but again, that's a fourth!” she laughed.

The Cake actress is also known for her glowing skin, and while she enjoys sunning herself on holiday, Jennifer is careful with her skin protection. The star and her husband Justin Theroux were recently spotted enjoying the sun and sea during a trip to the Bahamas, and Jennifer admits if she could give herself one piece of advice it would be to always wear SPF.

“I always think, 'why didn't someone make me wear sunscreen?' Again, it comes back to being young and thinking I was invincible - I thought that dewy, tanned skin would just stay beautiful but you have to protect it,” she sighed. “I understand it's not easy, it's hard to keep remembering and reapplying but it's so worth it.”

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