Jennifer Aniston Borrows Monica's Dress from 'Friends'

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Photo credit: Steve Granitz - Getty Images
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Jennifer Aniston just gave us a stylish Friends throwback.

The actress known for her role as Rachel Green, borrowed a piece from friend Courteney Cox's sitcom wardrobe—a lacy black and grey number—for a day of glam.

"Does the dress look familiar? Still got it!" she wrote on her Instagram Story alongside two shots of Cox—aka Monica Geller—in the dress at Central Perk.

Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston/Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston/Instagram

On Saturday, Aniston got a new summer hairdo by hairstylist Chris McMillan, who posted a shot of them together—Aniston in Monica's dress.

"Nothing better than a fresh summer cut✂️for @jenniferaniston Jen leans into her natural texture by using her @lolavie glossing detangler (a little goes a long way) A good haircut should do the work so you can just wash and wear your hair natural for the summer #summerhair #haircolor by Jonathan Gale and @codysmithhair #makeup by @angelalevinmakeup #dreamteam," he wrote in the caption.

Aniston is the founder of natural haircare brand LolaVie, which she launched in September 2021.

Aniston regularly reunites with Friends co-stars Cox and Lisa Kudrow, who played the hilarious Phoebe Buffay in the cult-classic show.

The trio served late-'90s and early-aughts style inspiration during the sitcom's 10 seasons on air, much thanks to costume designer Debra McGuire.

In 2021, Aniston talked about her Friends wardrobe on The Howard Stern Show, admitting that it was all very easy and comfortable. "No one was saying, 'Girls, your outfits need to be tighter and smaller and skimpier.' Absolutely no way. It was just sort of what we felt comfortable in," she said at the time.

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