Jennifer Aniston Recycles a Summer Dress Worn by Monica in "Friends"

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If we ever needed proof that clothes never truly go out of fashion, Jennifer Aniston has provided us with the evidence. On 12 June, the actress took to her Instagram story posting a selfie wearing a ditsy print dress with black lace trimming. In the next slide, she showed an image of Monica Geller in "Friends", played by Courteney Cox, wearing the exact same dress on the show.

Aniston had been hanging out with her hairstylist friend, Chris McMillan, who posted a snap of the two after he'd just given the 53-year-old a fresh summer haircut. Later, the former "Friends" star reposted the shot on her stories, following it with a grab of Monica wearing the same black and floral dress in "The One Wear Rachel Is Late", alongside the caption: "Does the dress look familiar? Still got it" next to the side eyes emoji.

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She had previously told People that she'd grabbed some costumes from the set during the 10-year-run of the show, but fans were surprised to hear not all of the things Aniston had taken were from her character Rachel's wardrobe. "I went into her line of clothes and I pulled out a dress that Monica wore," she said. "I still have it and wear [it] to this day and it fits. It's floral with black lace, tiny little flowers, a V-neck and little ruffle cap sleeves."

The original episode may have first aired in 2002, but 20 years later, the timeless dress still makes for a great summer outfit. Aniston shows that wearing preloved items and recycling pieces from your wardrobe is a sustainable way of looking - and feeling - stylish for years to come.

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