Jennifer Aniston in Vintage John Galliano at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards

Posted on January 26, 2015

Miss Jennifer Aniston is proud to present her underboob. Once again.

 

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We need a ruling from the ladies on that Y chain necklace she seems to love so much lately. We’re willing to defer to the judgments of those who might actually wear one, but they always struck us as vaguely tacky in an “ankle bracelet” kind of way.  Are we just being bitches about that? We’re not saying they’re all super-slutty or anything, but let’s face it, any time a piece of jewelry is deployed in order to get your eye to travel down to a certain bodypart (like an ankle bracelet or a Y chain over a plunging neckline), you’re risking a little tackiness.

The gown is pretty enough, if mostly standard. The neckline isn’t at all flattering, nor does this silhouette look all that great from the back, but kudos to her for making sure we can all see her thong. Attagirl. Very #BeMeOrDoMe.

 

[Photo Credit: Jennifer Graylock/INFphoto.com, Juan Rico/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES]

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