Jennifer Aniston Got Her Wedding Dress At… J. Crew?

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Jennifer Aniston likes s*itty J. Crew stuff, JUST LIKE US!

As we reported, Jen married Justin Theroux in a surprise wedding at their mansion on Aug. 5. After a couple bridal gown red herrings, everyone’s clamoring to know what her dress looked like. And now…we have ANSWERS. And those answers are off the rack, from a J. Crew store:

The Friends alum, 46, who’s graced the most glorious red carpets wearing luxurious styles by Versace, John Galliano, and Saint Laurent, topped her knee-length frock with a veil from the popular chain store (whose veils typically sell for about $200)

Plus, the little white dress in question wasn’t super high-end, either. “Jen bought her dress at a store,” an Aniston insider shared. “It wasn’t thousands of dollars.” The bride finished her ensemble with a wide, diamond-studded wedding band, designed by her good friend Jennifer Meyer, who also crafted the groom’s bling.

And the casual ‘tude didn’t stop there. As a source shared with Us Weekly, “Their dogs were the ring bearers!” There was even a photo booth, where some from their guest list, which included Emily Blunt, Ellen DeGeneres, and Maid of Honor Courteney Cox, snuck inside to take racy snaps—including the newlyweds!

(Via Us Magazine)

Gotta say, I’m impressed. As lame as Jennifer Aniston can be with trying too hard to be likeable (I call it the Jennifer Lawrence effect), this does endear me to her quite a bit.
What do you think of her J. Crew dress choice?!?

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Thursday, August 27th, 2015 at 8:08am
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