Actress Jennifer Aniston has shared that for her "high school was a nightmare". Aniston learnt more about fashion in her 20s but "it was a slow process", reports people.com. "High school was tragic. Just not well-informed. You know, you’re experimenting. It was the 1980s and I looked like a goth nightmare. I wasn’t going for most beautiful. It was, how can I be the most rebelliously unattractive,” she said. Describing her what-used-to-be look when she was in her 20s, the “Cake” actress shared that “that was more the 1990s mom jean look. Big blousy blouses with a big chunky belt. And remember the Western cowboy shoe? I thought I was coo-ool.” The actress also credits her glam squad for teaching her “everything that I know! Whatever was happening before was just unfortunate. I know how to contour, I know how to blow out my hair. When I was in my 20s, my face was almost a complete circle. So I really needed contouring. And now I’m slowly chiseling away, wishing I had that round face back,” Aniston said.