Jennifer Aniston slayed the red carpet in a crop top and skirt combo at the American Cinematheque Awards held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Friday. The actress showed off her figure, which was the result of working out in the gym as well as some skin in the two-piece outfit. She attended the award ceremony to honor her friend and actress Reese Witherspoon.
The actress stuck to her favorite colors black and white for the evening as she was dressed in a Kaufman Franco ensemble featuring a white skinny bandeau top, with a high-waist black floor-length skirt. The skirt showed off her enviable figure, while the top showed some skin.
Aniston looked chic in the monochrome ensemble. The “Friends” actress accessorized her look sparkling drop-earrings, a delicate necklace and a matching bracelet. She added some height to her frame in a pair of black sky high stilettos.
The actress, who married Justin Theroux in August, wore her blonde tresses down in center part, styled in beachy waves. For her night-time make-up, she opted for golden smoky eyeshadow and lipgloss, while she flashed her deep red manicure.
“Even before Reese played my lovely, albeit somewhat spoiled, sister Jill, she somehow felt like family to me. Reese’s amazing talent, both professionally and personally, has long made her a very strong and welcome presence in my life, and I’m sure in many people’s lives in this room,” Aniston said in her speech, talking about their “Friends” days.
The 46-year-old actress added that Reese was not only an extraordinary actress, but knew how to make an excellent first impression. Other A-list celebs, who attended the event included Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey.
Witherspoon was touched and said that the whole experience was overwhelming and unbelievable for her. She added that she was just a girl from Nashville with a big dream. The 39-year-old, who is the founder of Draper James, her own fashion line, said that she does not have an idea why she was where she is today as her father was a doctor and her my mom a nurse.