Clothes in the movie Management
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CLOTHES IN THE MOVIE MANAGEMENT
The clothes, jewelry, glasses and other movie costume and wardrobe items you saw in the movie worn by Jennifer Aniston, Steve Zahn and the other actors in Management ranged from obvious items like the Blue and Black Body Glove Wetsuit worn by Steve Zahn or the Targus Laptop Case carried by Jennifer Aniston. To harder to identify items like the tortoise shell glasses worn by Jennifer Aniston from Aero.
What about that great looking purple maternity top Jennifer Aniston wore? It was from Old Navy, Old Navy Maternity to be exact. The long sleeve pullover hoodie had a fake neck wrap.
Under it Jennifer Aniston wore a purple ribbed cotton tank top from Halogen. Halogen tops are available at Nordstroms and we thought you would want to see their current available styles (and some purple tanks from other brands too!)
There was another hoodie worn by Jennifer Aniston in the movie Management, that also caught our eye and that was the blue faded hoodie, which was from Merona as were the green sweatpants she wore with the hoodie.
Now you may not have seen these but she had a great pair of Pumas, navy with a white Puma logo and orange laces. You can get Puma Shoes at Zappos.com or other places in your local mall or area and of course here are some inspired styles that you may want to add to your wardrobe.
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The hoodie, which we really liked, was worn over a standard dark blue crew neck t-shirt from C & C California. Here are some current styles tees from C&C, different colors to complete your outfit.
But that scene wasn't the only time you saw Jennifer Aniston in sweats, in one scene she did wear a gray American Apparel drawstring pants that looked ultra casual and comfortable, oh we love sweat pants.
Steve Zhan wore a few cool jackets, we especially liked the comfy look of the plaid white and tan flannel jacket with the hood which was from Dickies and of course the dirty tan Carhartt jacket. But the rain coat looking jacket Steve Zhan wore is one we really thought looked great (for a rain coat). The drab olive colored jacket was from Spiewak and Steve wore this jacket in Management with a pair of elastic waisted pants from REI. Now, I am kinda bummed that we don't have info on the brown and tan stripe beanie he wore with the reddish/marron scarf. I'm still looking for the beanie from Hancock but the one worn by Steve Zahn, with the obviously Stanely work gloves, would do in a pinch. Now Steve Zahn's skydiving suit in the movie well nothing like the suit from Iron Man, it is more easily attainable. The orange and grey one-piece suit is from a company named, Flite Suit. I'm laughing just looking at the suit. If you liked Jennifer Aniston white cap sleeve blouse she wore in Management, then you'll be happy to find out that the white top with the pink and black stripes was from Calvin Klein. The pants Jennifer Aniston wore were from Worthington, black with white and lavender stripes, take a look at the latest offerings from this label available at JCPenney.Plus here are some offerings in pinstriped pants from other labels and designers.
Management is a romantic comedy movie, written and directed by Stephen Belber, that chronicles a chance meeting between Mike Cranshaw (Steve Zahn) and Sue Claussen (Jennifer Aniston). When Sue (Jennifer Aniston) checks into the roadside motel owned by Mike's parents in Arizona, what starts with a bottle of wine "compliments of management" soon evolves into a multi-layered, cross-country journey of two people looking for a sense of purpose. Mike (Steven Zahn), an aimless dreamer, bets it all on a trip to Sue's workplace in Maryland only to find that she has no place for him in her carefully ordered life. Buttoned down and obsessed with making a difference in the world, Sue goes back to her yogurt mogul ex-boyfriend Jango (Woody Harrelson), who promises her a chance to head his charity operations. But having found something worth fighting for, Mike pits his hopes against Sue's practicality, and the two embark on a twisted, bumpy, freeing journey to discover that their place in the world just might be together.