Jennifer Aniston barely puts a foot wrong when it comes to fashion and she proved her style credentials once again on Wednesday, turning up at the Hollywood Walk of Fame with husband Justin Theroux in summer-ready florals. On hand to support her friend Jason Bateman as he received a star on the iconic celebrity landmark, Jennifer stunned in a black maxi dress adorned with a vibrant pink and orange flower pattern. The ultra-feminine number was cinched in at the waist to enhance the Friends star's petite waist. The sleeveless number also featured an asymmetric drape skirt and was teamed with a pair of leg-lengthening dusty pink stilettos.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux at the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Beauty-wise, Jennifer wore her long, sandy blonde hair down in a sleek, straight ‘do and styled in a chic middle parting. In terms of make-up, the 48-year-old outlined her large blue eyes with bold, black liner and lashings of mascara. A neutral foundation and sweep of bronzer across the apples of her cheeks added a sun-kissed glow to her look, which was completed by a pink matte lipstick.
Jennifer looked on-trend in a floral summer dress
Meanwhile, Justin, 45, worked a smart monochrome look in a crisp white shirt, black trousers, a skinny tie and coordinating shoes. A pair of aviators added a touch of cool to his outfit. Jennifer and Justin married in August 2015 in a private ceremony in Los Angeles after four years of dating.
Jennifer with Jason Bateman and Will Arnett
Last week, the loved-up couple enjoyed a date night in New York, where Jennifer yet again nailed it in the style department. This time, the Hollywood star 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, Jennifer completed her look with a knee-length black coat and nude heels.
Renowned for her youthful good looks, Jennifer previously shared her anti-aging tips to Instyle, listing them as "water, sleep and sunscreen". The actress also explained that she follows a "less is more" approach when it comes to beauty, especially make-up.