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Jennifer Aniston vs JLo: Who Wore The High-Slit Versace Better?

Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lopes
Source: Daily Mail

Jennifer Aniston vs JLo: Who Wore The High-Slit Versace Better?:Β Versace is one of the top clothing lines of the industry. When a celebrity like JLo or Jennifer Aniston wears Versace, it is a big deal. Recently, Jen wore a black, high-slit Versace dress for Oscars which, JLo had worn in 2016.

Immediately, people started comparing their looks and voting on who looks the best!

Jen And JLo Look Stunning!

It’s no secret that both of these Jen’s are in their fifties, and yet they manage to look like they’re thirty! The two gorgeous ladies can wear even a hoddie and look amazing!

Jen and JLo
Source: Daily Times

Naturally, when they collaborated with Versace on his sexy black high-slit gown, they left the audience shook! Both the ladies carried themselves effortlessly and sophisticatedly.

However, Jen recently wore this dress, whereas JLo wore the dress around four years back!

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Jen’s Look!

Let’s go into the details of Jen’s Oscar look!

Jennifer Aniston
Source: The Telegraph

As you can see, Jen is sporting her timeless look with a simple black heel. Her deep neck enhances her figure and gives it a proper curve. She’s let her hair open to put an element of ‘casual’ in comparison to her shimmering outfit!

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Who Wore It Better?

Jen and JLo
Source: Daily Times

Let’s be real, there is no way we can compare Jennifer Aniston, and JLo because both of them are beyond perfect. However, we can see a considerable difference between the two divas when they wore the Versace. As I earlier said, Jen, gave a ‘classy but not sassy’ look at the Oscars, JLo on the other hand, tied her hair in a sleek ponytail for a more bossy look!

While we can’t choose a winner between them, we know that they won the party in which they wore the dress!


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