I usually prefer it when celebrities shock us and mix it up on the red carpet, but at the Annual American Cinematheque Awards, Jennifer Aniston's separates proved that black and white is her signature color combination for a reason. (The reason being that she looks ah-mazing in both of them, duh).
The 46-year-old actress attended the awards on Friday in Los Angeles, and decided to stick with her favorite colors for dressing up — black and white. But to be fair she did step out of her comfort zone a little. Though her color choice was predictable, Aniston wore an uncharacteristic crop top that gave us a peek of her abs.
The Mother's Day star wore a high-waisted, black skirt by Kaufmanfranco, and paired it with a white, strapless bralette by the same designer. It was simple and sleek, but still managed to make a pretty stylish statement. She definitely gave us a lesson in how to stick to what you love, while also keeping things fresh and exciting. Aniston's makeup and hair were also on point, with a center part and loose, undone waves.
The entire look was classic, timeless, and absolutely perfect for Aniston's minimalist, yet sexy style.
This is probably the least basic black and white has ever looked.
Jennifer Aniston + crop tops needs to happen way more often.
Here are seven other times Aniston rocked black and white, proving that she doesn't stray far from this color combination.
1. Horrible Bosses 2 Premiere
This girlie mini is one of my favorite looks of hers of all time.
2. American Cinematheque Award Gala 2010
This year wasn't the first time Aniston wore black and white to the gala.
3. Horrible Bosses 2 Photocall
I feel like she's totally channeling Rachel Green with this one.
4. Cake Premiere
Aniston usually doesn't go ultra-feminine, so this was a surprise.
5. People Magazine Awards
It's small, but she still stuck the white in there.
6. She's Funny That Way Premiere
Sometimes, she just wears all black.
7. AFI Awards
...and other times, just all white.
But separate or mixed, she nails her black and whites all the freaking time.