Jennifer Aniston Jokes About Her and Harry Style's Matching Moments

Harry Styles and Jennifer Aniston actually have more in common than just being virtually everyone's favorite celebrities. They also appear to share a sense of style.

The internet practically lost it when somebody pointed out that the Friends star and the "Watermelon Sugar" singer both donned the same Gucci suit — Styles wore the suit to the 2021 Brit Awards this past May, and Aniston recently wore the suit in the iconic (if we do say so ourselves) InStyle September cover shoot.

The former One Direction band member buttoned up the double breasted blazer and paired it with white sneakers and a brown leather handbag while The Morning Show actress wore hers unbuttoned with white, heeled loafers, also Gucci.

Side-by-sides and memes of the two stars matching have been floating around the confines of the internet and social media platforms the last few days, and Aniston caught wind of the accidental twinning and took to her Instagram story to joke about their matching moments.

"Just call me Harriet Styles," she wrote over top of the post she shared from writer Evan Ross Katz, which features a side by side of the two wearing the suit.

But there is actually another moment when the two matched again, and this time Aniston wore the look first. Styles was once spotted wearing a T-shirt that Aniston wore in an episode of Friends during one of the later seasons. The tee is adorned with a pair of embroidered lips with the statement, "Save the drama for your mama" emblazoned inside the lips. Aniston posted this side-by-side from Katz, as well with the eye emojis.

During our September cover story, Aniston spoke about another twinning moment she had with former SNL cast member Vanessa Bayer, who truly does a near-perfect impression of the actress.

"I remember someone saying, 'Did you see the impression of you on SNL?'" She recalled. "My first response was, 'What? No, I'm not impression [-worthy].' They played it for me and [gasps], 'That is so not the way I sound.' Then I was like, 'Uh, oh. Oh, I see.' Everyone said it was a compliment, but I had to really get my brain around that and tuck my little tail between my legs, thinking I'm being made fun of. That's always the gut instinct: 'They're making fun of me.'"

Well, we feel honored to have even played a small part in this iconic twinning session.

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