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Jennifer Aniston Proves Her Pins Are Perfect At Horrible Bosses 2 LA Premiere

16/12/2017 03:43 GMT

Jennifer Aniston is currently on a promotional tour for her new film Horrible Bosses 2. And we're loving the fashion show!

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX (4260599j) Jennifer Aniston 'Horrible Bosses 2' film premiere, Los Angeles, America - 20 Nov 2014 WEARING ZUHAIR MURAD


The actress proved she's still got legs to die for at 45 in a flirty monochrome dress with an asymmetrical hemline at the LA premiere of the movie.

The skirt and bustier were covered in beautiful lace, adding an extra level of allure.

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stewart Cook/REX (4260600ah) Jennifer Aniston 'Horrible Bosses 2' film premiere, Los Angeles, America - 20 Nov 2014 WEARING ZUHAIR MURAD


Her California girl tan and honey-hued hair stood out against the frock, and her metallic nude heels lengthened her legs.

Jen kept her hair chic in a low-key cool ponytail with a side-swept fringe. She posed for pics on the red carpet with her co-stars, including Jason Bateman.

And the frock wasn't the only mini she rocked that day. Jen also wowed in a grey and navy dress at a press conference earlier in the day.

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Action Press/REX (4266628t) Jennifer Aniston 'Horrible Bosses 2' film press conference, Los Angeles, America - 20 Nov 2014


And, while the dress was nice, we couldn't quite keep our eyes off that HUGE engagement ring. A slightly envy-inducing 8-carat diamond said to be worth £320,000. Nice. Jennifer got engaged to Justin Theroux back in August 2012, and everybody is waiting with baited breath for the couple to say "I do".

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Action Press/REX (4266628p) Jennifer Aniston 'Horrible Bosses 2' film press conference, Los Angeles, America - 20 Nov 2014


Meanwhile, another of Jen's upcoming films, Cake, is garnering Oscar buzz. Jen plays a car crash survivor who lives in chronic pain in the new film.

Speaking about her role recently to the Daily Mail, she said: "I think all actors - even those known for comedy - have a darker side they would love to be given the chance to explore on screen.'

"The actress, who has already attracted Oscar buzz for her role, added: 'Cake is an opportunity for me to do that, be a little darker and use some different acting muscles. It was great to be able to show that ability."