Jennifer Aniston pokes fun at the Rachel Green-inspired sleeveless top she wore during the Friends reunion special
She recently reunited with her five legendary costars for a historic look back at a beloved television show.
The actress, 52, uploaded a duo of funny posts to her Instagram Stories, targeting the sleeveless turtleneck she was seen in for the HBO Max special.
On Thursday: Jennifer Aniston made light of a costume detail from the Friends reunion special, which also harkened back to a particular wardrobe item favored by her iconic character Rachel
The first was a cartoon from the funny pages of New Yorker magazine, showing a woman pointing a knife at the shirt in question hanging from a hanger in the closet.
The caption underneath exclaimed, ‘What time of year are you for!’
The next entry in Aniston‘s Stories was a collage of her character Rachel in several episodes from the iconic series, wearing various versions of the same sleeveless garment.
Seen here on the special with Courteney Cox: Jen recently reunited with her five legendary costars for a historic look back at the beloved television show
As commentary on the wardrobe phenomenon, the Cake actress captioned the slide with a simple woman shrugging emoji.
Earlier this week, Jen posted more behind-the-scenes photos from the Friends reunion to her social media.
Perhaps the most humorous of all was a snap of former castmate David Schimmer’s reaction to meeting Justin and Hailey Bieber who made a surprise appearance during the HBO Max special.
Earlier this week: Aniston posted more behind-the-scenes photos from the Friends reunion to her social media
Jennifer also shared a snap of herself taking a selfie with co-stars Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, and Matthew Perry.
She began the caption of the thoughtful post by writing: ‘Still basking in all the love from the #FriendsReunion. Thank you each and every one of you [heart emoji].’
Another image in the gallery was a selfie of Aniston with James Burrows who directed the first season of the highly popular sitcom.
Another image in the gallery: A selfie of Aniston with James Burrows who directed the first season of the highly popular sitcom