Celebrity Fashion Fusion: A fashion friendly look
Ever since she debuted “the Rachel” on “Friends,” women have aspired to look like Jennifer Aniston.
Aniston puts her contemporary touch on a classic look. You can find dresses that match Aniston’s style at Kieu’s, 738 Massachusetts St.
“I love Jennifer Aniston. She’s so beautiful,” said Madeline Heck, Kieu’s district manager. “Her style changes slightly but she always has that classic touch to it.”
Kieu’s has a fit-and-flair flower dress similar to one that Aniston wore at a movie premiere for “We’re the Millers” last year. At Kieu’s you can get the dress for $42.
“Floral print has been huge this season,” Heck said.
Fit-and-flare dresses that have a fitted waist and fabric that flares from the waist are another trend this season.
Heck said the best thing about this trend is that anyone can pull it off.
“It’s very friendly to all body types,” Heck said.
The fit-and-flare floral dress can be worn casual or for an evening out.
To dress up, Heck recommends paring the dress with nude heals and a gold statement necklace. She also recommends strappy sandals to make the dress more casual.
This look can also be achieved with a fit-and-flare skirt or a floral top.
Heck said floral prints — particularly daisies — will be a big trend this spring and summer.
“You are going to see lots of daisies,” Heck said.
Of course, no Jennifer Aniston look would be complete without Aniston’s signature hair style.
Aniston’s hair has been a trend-setter for more than a decade. Every time Aniston changes her look her hair style instantly becomes popular.
Lately Aniston has taken a break from the sleek, flat-ironed look to sport more natural-looking beach waves.
“The beachy wave is huge right now,” said Steven Thompson, stylist at the Greenroom Salon, 924 1/2 Massachusetts St.
To achieve Aniston’s beach-wave style, Thompson recommends Oribe Après Beach foam or Kevin Murphy’s Hair Resort texturize. Thompson said to get this look you should apply the product to wet hair and scrunch.
Once your hair dries you can add definition with a curling iron. Thompson said you shouldn’t start the curl at the scalp, but rather halfway down the hair’s shaft.
These natural waves do not cause as much damage to the hair as the sleek, flat-iron look does. Thompson said he thinks the natural wave trend is here to stay.