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Jessica Biel battles to be a stylish mum

Published 19/04/2016

Jessica Biel battles to be a stylish mum
Jessica Biel battles to be a stylish mum

Jessica Biel thinks husband Justin Timberlake always looks good, even when he's "sloppy".

Actress Jessica Biel has to make a real effort to be fashionable now she's a mother.

The Total Recall star welcomed son Silas with husband Justin Timberlake in April last year (15), and while she loves being a mum, she admitted to elle.com it doesn't leave her with much room for style.

"Some days it does feel as though there's no time for anything," she said. "Fashion sometimes feels like it goes to the bottom of the list. I do feel like I have to make a little bit more of an effort, because it's very easy to just throw on a pair of jeans and a T-shirt and sneakers and just run out the door, because you're doing a million things at once."

The 34-year-old's style has always been a hit with the fashion elite, and so she does her best to dress up when she can.

"You have to just say, 'You know what, I'm going to put on my heels, I'm going to put on my dress, and I'm going to do it'," she continued. "You do have to make an effort, I think."

That's something her husband of three and a half years rarely has a problem with, and Jessica admits fatherhood hasn't had the same kind of impact on his style as motherhood has had on hers.

"No, nothing's changed for him, he's fine," she laughed. "He always looks great, even when he's sloppy!"

Earlier this year (16), the couple put on a stylish display when it attended the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party together, and Jessica revealed to Extra at the time that she had enjoyed stepping out in her glamorous grey gown by designer Zuhair Murad, while Justin sported a dapper tuxedo.

"It was really fun, Vanity Fair is such a glamorous thing to go to... it's just fun to dress up," she said. "A couple, by ourselves, it was really fun."

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