Jessica Alba's Most Stylish Looks Ever

Jessica Alba has been a style star for a long time, with dozens of incredible outfits over the years serving as proof. One thing that the actress and founder of The Honest Company has clearly proven time and again is that she's a pro at choosing figure-flattering looks that are both timeless and on trend. Her ability to look both alluring and sophisticated at once is no small feat, and women around the world undoubtedly look to her to achieve that same balance in their own wardrobes.

But since you probably are already aware of how stylish Alba is, read on to see what we consider her best looks to date, from her raved-about 2006 Oscars look to now. 


Travel Comfortably
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Style Notes: There's pajama-inspired dressing, and then there's literally wearing your pajamas as an outfit. Jessica makes a case for the latter with a pretty silk pair, which she makes suitable for wearing outside the bedroom with a sleek overcoat and wide-brim hat. 

On Jessica Alba: Gerard Darel Cherry Hat in Indigo ($110); Hesper Fox Asteria Bird Print Silk Pyjama Shirt ($217) and Artemis Bird Print Silk Pyjama Trousers ($204); Vince Warren Leather Sneakers ($225)


When in Doubt, Wear Black, White, and Gray
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Style Notes: A black, white, and gray color palette never fails—it's the easiest combo to look sophisticated without trying too hard. Bonus points if you find an extremely wallet-friendly piece to complete the look, like Jessica Alba's Topshop Acid Wash Tank Top, which is currently marked down 40%—now a steal at just $15. 

On Jessica Alba: Topshop Acid Wash Tank Top ($15).


Dress Up an All-Black Look With an Elegant Robe
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Style Notes: Take your date-night look to the next level by pairing basics with a bright, bold-printed robe.

On Jessica Alba: Topshop coat and Saint Laurent Candy Platform Sandals ($1165).


A Printed Midi Dress Is an Insta-Outfit
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Style Notes: A patterned midi dress is the perfect throw-on-and-go piece in warmer months. Simply add block-heel sandals, and you're ready.

On Jessica Alba: Tanya Taylor dress; Stuart Weitzman sandals.


Wear Feminine Pieces With Basics
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Style Notes: Alba's feminine skirt looks cool and youthful because she chose to pair it with an unexpected basic on top.

On Jessica Alba: Ralph Lauren sweater, skirt, bag, and sandals.


Balance Out a Sheer Skirt With a Tunic
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Style Notes: Pull off a sheer skirt by wearing it with a long tunic.

On Jessica Alba: Valentino shirt, skirt, bag, and shoes.


A Halter-Neck Gown Is Always a Flattering Choice
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Style Notes: A halter-neck gown draws the eye to the shoulders and neck—an area that most women are eager to show off.

On Jessica Alba: Versace dress.


Pair Dark Colors With White Accessories
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Style Notes: The easiest way to make an all-black look feel fresh is by mixing it with white accessories.

On Jessica Alba: Dior jacket, suit, bag, and shoes.


Liven Up Stripes With a Bold Color
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Style Notes: Nothing to wear? Put on a slim top, full midi skirt, and heels. Done.

On Jessica Alba: Houghton top; Osman skirt; Christian Louboutin bag; Kotur shoes.


Have Fun With Accessories When Wearing a Formal Gown
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Style Notes: Eveningwear doesn't have to be dull—all you need is a fun accessory (e.g., Alba's furry clutch).

On Jessica Alba: Oscar de la Renta dress.


Wear Cropped Jackets With High-Waisted Pants
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Style Notes: The most flattering way to wear high-waisted pants? With a tucked-in top and cropped jacket, as expertly displayed by Alba.

On Jessica Alba: Dior jacket, shirt, bag, and pants.

Next up, check out our favorite Chrissy Teigen looks of all time.

Allyson Payer
Senior Editor

Allyson is a senior editor for Who What Wear. She joined the company in 2014 as co-founder Katherine Power's executive assistant and over the years has written hundreds of stories for Who What Wear. Prior to her career in fashion, Allyson worked in the entertainment industry at companies such as Sony Pictures Television. Allyson is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in theater. Her path to fashion may not have been linear, but based on the number of fashion magazines she collected as a child and young adult, it was meant to be.