9 Throwback Jennifer Aniston Magazine Covers That Prove She Deserves 'PEOPLE' Most Beautiful Woman Honor — PHOTOS
ICYMI — Jennifer Aniston has been named PEOPLE 's Most Beautiful Woman of The Year, and I'm not really that surprised, TBH. The actress has long been and always will be one of the most stunning women in Hollywood, and at 47 years old, she proves that she just gets better with age. Even though this is her second time receiving the award, she totally deserves the title.
Aniston's honorary cover is insanely gorgeous, obviously. Keeping to true Aniston fashion, she sports bright blonde highlights, a minimalistic makeup look consisting of dewy skin and pale pink gloss, and a flirty feminine frock with a certain vintage feel. If the category was called "Most Stylish Woman of The Year," she would totally take the cake each time.
When it comes to her personal style, Aniston stays pretty consistent. She has been rocking that same honey-colored hair shade for years, and she almost always sticks with a barely there makeup look, letting her natural beauty fully shine through. Sure, she had her stint with brown lipstick and bold lipliner back in her Friends days, but since then she has really developed a more simplistic beauty and fashion sense.
In celebration of her impeccable style, let's take a look at some of Aniston's most epic magazine covers ever.
Her latest PEOPLE's Most Beautiful cover obviously makes the list. Not only does she look effortlessly beautiful, but she also appears so comfortable in her own skin.
2. Harper's Bazaar
Apart from the color scheme, this cover looks almost identical to her PEOPLE one above. Told you she keeps is consistent.
Flawlessly shiny hair has always been her best asset, and she loves to flaunt it.
While she seems very fond of minimalistic makeup, she also looks amazing in subtle pops of color, like this peach blush and lip.
5. Rolling Stone
Talk about a throwback. This Rolling Stone cover is so '90s in every way, yet she still looks a bombshell.
6. Marie Claire
Another one of her best qualities? Bronzed, luminous skin.
7. Vanity Fair
Even in a super short bob, her caramel-colored mane still stands out.
So fresh-faced and gorgeous.
Wow. This 1997 Cosmopolitan cover was during the era of the "Rachel haircut," and that's enough to make it totally epic.