5 It Trends Jennifer Aniston (and Rachel Green) Would 110% Add to Your Closet

If you were to quickly rattle off the style icons that just get it, Jennifer Aniston would most likely be toward the top of that list. As we've covered before, she's expertly crafted a timeless wardrobe of elevated basics over the years. And as a result, we consistently turn to her for outfit inspiration. Interestingly enough, we also continuously seek sartorial guidance from her Friends persona, Rachel Green, as well given the resurgence of '90s fashion.

Actually, after recently scrolling through a range of imagery of both, it became apparent that yes, after all these years, there still happens to be fashion crossover between them when it comes to current fall and winter trends. In fact, if we had the privilege of spending a shopping afternoon with Jen or Rachel (in our imagination), we bet they'd recommend similar trends that align with both of their classic aesthetics.

With all that in mind, keep scrolling to check out the It fall and winter pieces we think Jen and Rachel would absolutely add to our wardrobes based on items they've both worn.


Modern Blazers
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Jen's gorgeous green blazer added an extra layer of sophisticated elegance to her dressed-up all-black ensemble. We're confident she'd be all about the range of modern blazer silhouettes out there right now.


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Rachel often appeared on screen in tailored fits given her job at Ralph Lauren. Case in point? This sleek suiting look from season seven. She'd absolutely reach for those cool, oversized blazers currently on the shelves.

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Leather Seperates
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Embracing one of fall's biggest trends—leather staples—Jen opted for a forward leather dress with heels for a directional red-carpet look. She'd be all about the buttery-soft leather tops, trousers, and jackets popular this season.


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Luxurious-feeling leather separates completed many of Rachel's chic 9-to-5 looks. Honestly, if Friends was still on the air today, she'd probably continue to wear similar pieces that are on-trend right now.

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Duster Coats
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A floor-sweeping duster coat brought a high-concept spin this jeans and sneaker ensemble. Jen has actually worn similar styles a few times over the years—and would undoubtedly be all about the current fall picks as well.


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While Rachel wore a range of on-trend outerwear pieces, it's duster coats and jackets that were often spotted throughout the series. She'd totally continue to wear the It piece if Friends still filmed in 2019.

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Statement Midi Dresses
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Jen is consistently seen wearing a slew of different dress silhouettes, but she seems to be particularly into the very-right-now midi-length styles these days.


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Printed midi dresses were must-haves for Rachel, Monica, and Phoebe throughout the series. This floral option on Rachel was subtly statement-making in the best way possible. We know she'd gravitate toward similar styles hitting shelves right now.

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Pointed Ankle Boots
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Okay, these may seem like a no-brainer, as they're one of the most classic fall and winter staples out there, but pointed leather booties often enhance Jen’s outfits like with this look here. If you were to ask her for fall shoe recommendations, she'd probably suggest similar styles since she wears them so often.


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Rachel was clearly aware that you can't go wrong with the perfect pair of pointed ankle boots. She often wore throughout the later seasons of the series (and would continue wearing today).

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Next, check out more popular trends Jennifer Aniston would love.

Bobby Schuessler
Market Director

Bobby Schuessler is a fashion editor with over a decade of editorial experience covering shopping, style, and beauty. He's spent over seven years at Who What Wear, currently leading the market team to deliver highly covetable and convertible content. He creates data-driven shopping guides featuring top retialers like Nordstrom, Shopbop, and Net-a-Porter and is at the forefront of Who What Wear's shopping tentpole strategies, including Amazon Prime Day. He also works on branded content initiatives and appears on camera in video and shopping livestream franchises. He has also worked across a variety of other media brands and fashion retailers like Refinery29, PureWow, Men's Health, and Gilt covering commerce, trend reporting, women's and men's fashion, home, and lifestyle.