Did Say Yes to the Dress Accidentally Reveal Jennifer Aniston's Wedding Dress? Get the Scoop!

Kleinfeld designer may have designed the dress

By Nicole Adlman Aug 19, 2015 5:05 PMTags

And the Jennifer Aniston wedding dressgate continues!

Earlier this week, we filled you in on a Facebook post that had fans dying to know what Jen wore to her Aug. 5 nuptials in a tizzy. Turns out that the gown in question wasn't the dress, and the model, well, was obviously not Jen (some Aniston lovers were fooled though). Now another white gown has cropped up as what Jennifer could have worn and, gotta say, we think it's still a longshot. But let's investigate! (We mean, this is the greatest fashion mystery of our time, right?)

In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment from a Say Yes to the Dress episode that aired this April, a fittings specialist from famed Manhattan boutique Kleinfeld Bridal says an $8,400 Mark Zunino gown is one she handpicked for Jen to wear on her big day.

Courtesy Mark Zunino/Getty Images

Now we know she could just mean the look was one of many design options sent to Jennifer as a congratulatory gesture (in fact, stylists from Kleinfeld were reportedly asked to submit dress ideas for Jennifer that would appear in a magazine feature—and the Zunino confection was one of them)—but some people on the Internet think they've cracked the Aniston bridal gown code.

While the slim-fitting silk crepe and lace dress is a stunner (we love the cap sleeves and sheer illusion neckline), we think jury's still out on what Jen wore to marry Justin Theroux. Meaning our guesses are as good as any.

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