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Jessica Alba's nod to Jessica Rabbit

Published 10/08/2015

Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba thinks nailing a fashion look is all about being prepared.

The 34-year-old actress is the face and legs of the new Braun Silk-épil 5 epilator. In a newly released shot, the Sin City star gives a nod to Roger Rabbit’s other half in a red strapless gown featuring a thigh high split.

With her long locks styled in old school Hollywood waves over one shoulder, Jessica certainly evokes a memory of the cartoon pin up.

As well as promoting the epilator, Jessica is also working on the brand’s Switch Up Your Style movement. Along with her personal stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliott, the mother-of-two is helping Braun provide expert advice to women on how to change things up in their wardrobes and enjoy unlimited clothing choices.

“'I love fashion and being able to express myself through my style. I’m all about being prepared and on top of my beauty routine, so I always make sure I have smooth skin, which means I never have to feel limited by my wardrobe choices,” she said in a press release. “Unlimited fashion choices means being open and willing to wear things that make you feel good. Having unlimited choices means women never have to compromise.”

Jessica regularly tops best dressed poles for her red carpet choices. She also has an enviable off duty wardrobe, and she thinks it’s important to buy clothes for every occasion that make you feel great.

“It’s that feeling of empowerment, knowing that the choice is always yours,” she added. “It means women can be the best versions of themselves every day.”

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