Jennifer Aniston Is Serving Up Serious #TBT Party Dress Inspiration

The bandana dress might brings back fond memories of childhood DIYs. We've definitely outgrown the pieced-together garb of summers past, but recently we've seen a resurgence of this warm-weather staple — and this time around, they're for adults. The solo bandana has become a fashion girl-vetted accessory (something our wallets have definitely appreciated). But the look has been slower to catch on on the red carpet, though we have seen a few runway references pop up. Leave it to Jennifer Aniston, one of the great '90s style influencers, to make the case for this beloved classic.
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Whereas Rachel Green may have been loyal to Ralph Lauren, Aniston's take on the bandana dress comes courtesy of Roberto Cavalli. Rather than Western-inspired bandanas, however, the spaghetti-strap gown she wore to the L.A. premiere of Office Christmas Party is comprised of beaded and crystal-embroidered floral swatches (a Victorian motif, the house shared on Instagram) with elegant red criss-crossed netting. The gown is from Peter Dundas' final collection for the Italian brand, which drew inspiration from the 1970s, per Vogue.

Aniston's Cavalli number is a huge step up from our makeshift bandana-crafted numbers from back in the day. The silhouette still feels nostalgic, though — enough to make us consider digging up some scarf dress patterns and give it our own try. (Hey, we're taking all the holiday party dressing inspiration we can get.)
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