The Madrid Premiere for “The Bounty Hunter” was the last stop on Jennifer Aniston’s European promotional tour.
With that in mind we shouldn’t be surprised to see her revert back to black, stick with Valentino and sport that hairstyle we instantly recognise.
After seeing Jen in this black Valentino Pre-Fall 2010 mini dress with a sequin panel detail and flounce chiffon skirt, I instantly thought that this dress would’ve been suited to Kristen Stewart or Dakota Fanning.
I’ve tried…believe me I’ve tried to love Jen’s looks this promotional tour but excluding the Donna Karan dress, I seem to find one thing I don’t like about each of them or over compensating just because the dress is not black.
This dress just doesn’t say anything. It doesn’t define Jennifer Aniston in anyway. It tells me nothing about her nor her style.
When I see Tilda Swinton in Jil Sander or any other designer, I feel a sense of purpose and a thought process into why she picked the particular look. I get the same feeling from Audrey Tautou.
I would go as far as to say I preferred the Lacroix Couture dress to this, because with that dress I felt like she was trying.
At the photocall earlier in the day, I felt this ribbed white dress was more suited to Jen’s style (whatever that maybe).
Her dress was paired with grey Gucci grey suede open toe slingback pumps.
All in all I feel a bit deflated by these looks and wished she continued to up her game after her Donna Karan look.
*puts Team Aniston banners away for next promo tour*
Credit: Style.com, Fame Picture, Zuma & Getty
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