Lisa Kudrow's style transformation

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Lisa Kudrow's Style Transformation
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Lisa Kudrow's style transformation
Kudrow attended the first annual SAG awards in a simple black dress.
Lisa attended the Emmy Awards in a high-neck metallic dress and matching sunglasses.
It's red from head-to-toe for the Golden Globe Awards.
Wearing a classic '90s sheath and chunky satin heels for the premiere of HBO's "Norma Jean & Marilyn." 
For the 48th Annual Emmy Awards, Kudrow donned a black satin gown with matching accessories.
The following year, Lisa wore this patterned grey sleeveless gown to the Emmys.
Kudrow attended the Eighth Annual Fire & Ice Ball in a very medieval-inspired velvet gown.
Lisa cut her hair quite short and showed off her shoulders in a halter dress for the '98 Emmys.
The Academy Awards always call for a little more sparkle, and Lisa answered the call with this embellished top and metallic skirt.
Kudrow shimmered on the red carpet for the 51st Annual Emmys in this embellished spaghetti strap gown.
Lisa donned this all-black look for the "Hanging Up" premiere.
A little fur kept Lisa warm for the premiere of "Lucky Numbers" in the chilly fall air.
Lisa & her husband Michael Stern were a dashing duo at the 8th Annual SAG Awards.
Friends friends! Lisa and Courtney Cox pose during the Emmy Awards.
Kudrow was striking in a red satin gown at the Golden Globe awards.
Lisa Kudrow attended The Lili Claire Foundation's 6th Annual Benefit in a pinstripe suit.
Lisa wore this floral Giorgio Armani gown to the 2004 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Kudrow attended a charity event in support of Women's Cancer research in a daring black gown.
Looking classic in this white suit ensemble, Lisa added a punch with bright green heels.
Lisa looked lovely in a sheer top and long skirt during the Saks Fifth Avenue Unforgettable Evening Benefiting Women's Cancer Research Fund.
Kudrow donned a simple silky gown to the Gracie Allen Awards.
Lisa looked simply elegant in this sheath dress at the screening of "Kabluey." 
Lisa attended Saks Fifth Avenue's "Unforgettable Evening" Benefiting EIF's Women's Cancer Research Fund in a chic black look.
Actress Lisa Kudrow attended the "Love And Other Possible Pursuits" screening in a metallic top and dress pants.
Lisa attended the 14th Annual Webby Awards in a grey dress with leather accents.
Kudrow looked casual yet fabulous at the premiere of "Easy A."
Lisa chose an all-black menswear inspired outfit to host the 15th Annual Webby Awards.
Kudrow attended the TCA Party for CBS, The CW and Showtime in a sleek v-neck dress and neutral Brian Atwood pumps.
Lisa looked elegant in an LBD for the Writer's Guild Awards.
Kudrow wore this belted asymmetrical dress with black accents to a network party.
Lisa attended the 2012 Emmy Awards in a Tadashi Shoji gown.
Lisa attended The Hollywood Reporter's "Power 100: Women In Entertainment" breakfast, and she looked like a powerful woman!
For the Women's Image Network Awards, Kudrow chose a simple peplum little black dress.
Elegant in all black again, Kudrow mastered the art of keeping menswear ladylike.
Lisa attended "An Evening With Web Therapy: The Craze Continues..." wearing black and blue (which we love) and a perfect blowout.
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She rose to fame through the hit series Friends on NBC (1994-2004) -- and in our hearts, she'll always be Phoebe Buffay.

Recently, Kudrow appeared on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight with former Friends co-star Matthew Perry and the duo reminisced about their sitcom days. Perry said that working on the show was "the greatest job in the world," to which Kudrow agreed, "it was. We had a lot of fun." The duo joked about wishing they could go back to 2004 and decide as a cast to keep the show going just a bit longer, and we can't help but wish they could, too!

Lisa Kudrow turns 50 today, July 30th 2013 and she looks just as fresh-faced as ever. Her most recent project, Showtime series Web Therapy, is in its 3rd season. She is also an executive producer of the reality show Who Do You Think You Are? in which various celebrities learn everything there is to know about their families.

Lisa's style is very classic in that she avoids anything too trendy for the most part. The best thing about having this kind of style? A lot of what you wear 10 years ago would look great today, too. Click through the gallery to see her style transformation.
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