Jennifer Aniston nails off-duty look in ripped jeans during date with Justin Theroux

Jennifer barely puts a foot wrong when it comes to fashion

Hanna Fillingham

Jennifer Aniston looked seriously stylish when she stepped out with husband, Justin Theroux, in New York on Tuesday night. Renowned for her timeless sense of style, Jennifer kept it casual in a pair of stone washed ripped jeans, which she teamed with a simple white fitted tank top. Adding a touch of glamour to her ensemble, the Friends star completed her look with a knee length black coat and a pair of leg-lengthening nude heels. To accessorise, the 48-year-old chose a leather shoulder bag and an assortment of gold bangles on her wrists.

Jennifer Aniston looked ultra-cool in ripped denim jeans while out in NYC

Beauty-wise, Jennifer's shoulder-length, honey-hued hair was styled in loose waves. When it came to make-up, the pretty actress kept it natural, with a glowy base to enhance her complexion and sweep of bronzer across the apples of her cheeks. A bold black liner across the bottom and top of her eye lids and lashings of mascara gave her a subtle smoky eye.

Justin, 45, also worked a cool, laid-back look in fitted black jeans and a green T-shirt over a white one and completing his outfit with a camouflage patterned cap and biker boots.

Jennifer and Justin have been married since 2015

Jennifer and Justin married in August 2015 in a private ceremony in Los Angeles after four years of dating. The actress, who reportedly has a net worth of £116million, is one of Hollywood's most successful actresses - she has featured on Forbes' Top Earning Actresses for nearly the past two decades. Justin, who is also a director, screenwriter and producer, is estimated to worth of $16million.

In a new interview, Justin has insisted that he is not intimidated by wife's success. Opening up about working in the same industry as his partner, he told Esquire Magazine: "Not at all. She's successful for a reason. We're not in competition." He added: "If I was competing for the same job as her, I might be less forgiving."

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