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Jennifer Garner Has High Fashion Montage, Before Changing Into What She *Really* Wants to Wear

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As a Hollywood starlet, Jennifer Garner, 51, has experienced red carpet events, award ceremonies and magazine shoots, but at the end of the day, she still prefers chilling in some comfy loungewear (and we can't blame her).

In a new Instagram post, the Last Thing He Told Me actress shared a behind-the-scenes video from a recent interview. And in the clip, Garner walks into the room in a robe, before trying on a number of stunning ensembles. However, at the end, she happily switches right back into her fuzzy robe.

“You can take the girl out of sweatpants…but she’s changing right back as soon as the interview’s [done],” Garner wrote in her caption. “(Thank you for being the bestest, @msjordanjohnson, with @elsonista and @laurabasci) xxx.”

The video montage looks like it's ripped straight out of a 2000s rom-com, as Garner tries on a variety of outfits courtesy of Laura Basci, including eye-popping pantsuits, dazzling dresses and more.

Fellow celebs totally related to Garner's caption, like Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts, who wrote, “Just another reason why you are soooo loved!!” Meanwhile, Kendra Scott commented, “I am the exact same way!!! I add fluffy slippers to the mix as well! [laughing emoji] Also, you look stunning in every single outfit!”

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Of course, this video also reminded us of one of the best scenes from Garner's hit film 13 Going on 30, where her character has transported into her 30-year-old body and is amazed at the variety of options in her closet (choosing a wonderfully colorful dress in the end).

We love your realness, Jennifer.

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