Jennifer Garner Takes a Page From Jenna Rink in a Playful Two-Tone Dress

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As a mother of three, Hollywood veteran, philanthropist, fitness queen, and lovable, amateur chef, Jennifer Garner keeps pretty busy—so, it’s understandable that the Yes Day star doesn’t hit as many red carpets. But when she does, she always knocks it out of the park.

Last night, Garner made a rare red-carpet appearance at The Daily Front Row’s 8th annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards. For the event, the actor chose a two-tone, off-the-shoulder dress from Rosie Assoulin’s Spring/Summer 2024 ready to wear collection.

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The color-block design features an icy blue top half, which hugged Garner’s body like a tube top, except for one long strip of fabric that wrapped around her shoulders and connected in the front like an ouroboros of material. The skirt, meanwhile is composed of a contrasting burgundy fabric, which hangs mostly like a pencil skirt except for a little draping effect at the top.

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To match the skirt, Garner’s stylist, Jordan Johnson Chung, paired the piece with strappy sandal heels and a rectangular clasp clutch, both in a similar wine color. Finally, Garner accessorized with a chunky silver bracelet and round diamond drop earrings, courtesy of Briony Raymond.

Garner’s latest cool-meets-warm ensemble may bring back 13 Going on 30 memories; after all, who could forget her iconic Versace dress from the film, which featured stripes of lime green and sky blue alongside bands of maroon and fuchsia? It turns out that just like Jenna Rink, Garner knows how to get playful with color.

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