What’s the point of using your right hand to cover a portion of a breast when your left arm is covering it anyway? What’s the point of being so prim and chaste that you feel a need to cover a portion of a breast when the basic allure of the ad is about your being nude in the first place? If you’re going to pose for that kind of photograph, get down and do that thing and don’t be such a prude about it. That’s all I’m saying.

I’m actually also bothered by the shiny, air-brushed, mannequin-smooth sheen of Ms. Aniston’s face. Was the intention to make her look as unnatural and inorganic as possible in order to serve some perverse aesthetic in which the faker you look the hotter you are?