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Tuesday 16 September 2014

Jessica Alba: My style is more adventurous

Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba feels her style has become “more adventurous” since having children.

The gorgeous actress raises daughters Honor and Haven with her producer husband Cash Warren.

The 31-year-old star wore a beautiful pink Christian Dior dress while announcing some of the Golden Globes nominations last month and it looks like there could be more bold style statements to come.

“My style is more adventurous since I became a mom. In the past, I was into my uniform of leggings and a sweater. Now I’m willing to try bold prints, bright colours, and different cuts,” she explained to InStyle magazine.

Whereas the Sin City star is more likely to experiment with fashion these days, there are still certain garments she is unlikely to try.

Jessica has the figure to pull off almost anything, but the mother-of-two revealed where she draws the line.

“I probably won't ever wear booty shorts,” she asserted.

“I feel pretty confident about that. And I don't like oversize shoulder pads, but I do appreciate a strong shoulder profile, like the ones Isabel Marant is doing.”

The pretty brunette always manages to stun with her wardrobe choices when attending red carpet events.

Jessica believes the key is in the tailoring when it comes to looking great in your clothes.

“Whether you shop at H&M, Topshop, Target, Forever 21, or buy high-end, if the piece doesn't fit, it will be halfway there,” she said.

“So get your jackets nipped in at the waist and your pants hemmed at the perfect place. If you get your clothing tailored, you can look like a million bucks.”

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