Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux make stylish duo at awards ceremony

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux made the ultimate stylish couple on the red carpet enjoyed a night out at the weekend. The loved-up pair complemented each other in black ensembles as they attended the star-studded Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Governors Award.

Jennifer, 45, showed off her enviable figure in a Zuhair Murad bustier dress, which featured an elegant beaded bodice and floral-embroidered skirt.

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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux look loved-up on the red carpet

The former Friends star accessorised her chic ensemble with a pair of black stilettos and a black and gold clutch bag, finishing off her look with a pair of dazzling statement earrings.

Staying true to her laidback style, Jennifer wore her hair in a sleek low ponytail, and kept her make-up to a minimum. The Just Go With It actress opted for a hint of peach blush on her cheeks and nude glossy lips, adding red carpet-worthy glamour with black eyeliner and fluttery eyelashes.

Fiancé Justin was all smiles as he posed, looking handsome in a black suit and tie combo, to complement Jennifer's glamorous ensemble.

Jennifer and Justin were not the only couple making a stylish duo on the red carpet.

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Emily Blunt and John Krasinski were all smiles at the awards ceremony

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actress Emily Blunt was joined by husband John Krasinski on the red carpet, and the two shared a laugh as they posed for the cameras.

Emily, who gave birth to the couple's first child in February, looked beautiful in a figure-hugging fuschia pink dress with colourful embellished detail and a mermaid-style skirt.

The 31-year-old chose to channel her gown's bright colour into her beauty look with a shade of dark pink lipstick. She wore her hair slicked back into a chic bun, accessorising her outfit with a box clutch bag.
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