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Jolie joins other stars like Rihanna and Meghan Markle who rely on head-to-toe black outfits, but this style is considered a faux pas by some arbiters of taste. Anna Wintour, for example, has publicly struck down this style choice over the years — most notably in her 73 Questions video for Vogue. Jolie's look, however, is still stylish enough to make all onlookers want to test-drive it themselves.

For a shopping trip to Target with her daughter, Zahara Jolie-Pitt, Jolie seemed to ignore the naysayers and went for it with her all-black look. The Maleficent actor wore a tie-neck blouse with a long trench coat and a pair of dark skinny jeans. Her accessories — a pair of Rag & Bone Walker boots and a 2017-era Celine clasp bag — gave the ensemble an undeniable fashion boost.

Jolie's personal iteration of the all-black uniform felt fresh, especially with her mix of textures (wool, leather, denim: check). This isn't the first time she's worn the sartorial combination, either — many of her public appearances, over the years, have depended on the color story. Take a glimpse at some of her finest all-black outfits, below. She wore this style while trekking through Los Angeles International Airport (top-right) in 2015 and also out to dinner at Quality Meats (bottom-right) in 2011. Every time, Jolie mixed textures and silhouettes pristinely, ensuring that the black-on-black look is always polished and never boring.

To get her latest ensemble, browse the key pieces ahead, including her exact Rag & Bone boots, which are in stock at Harvey Nichols.

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