Jessica Alba shows off her patriotic side as she heads to the office in an American flag sweater and vibrant red skirt
Independence Day may not be a month away, but Jessica Alba showed off her patriotic side on Wednesday.
The 40-year-old actress was spotted on her way to The Honest Company’s headquarters in Los Angeles, wearing a stylish sweater with an American flag print.
On top of her Ralph Lauren sweater, the fashionista stood out with a vibrant red skirt and shimmering face mask.
Red, white and blue! Jessica Alba was spotted on her way to The Honest Company’s Los Angeles headquarters on Wednesday in a stylish sweater with American flag print
Even though she wore a face mask, Jessica didn’t let that stop her from looking her best.
The Into The Blue star worked a perfectly styled head full of shiny waves and a touch of makeup around her gorgeous brown eyes.
To further showcase her style sensibilities, she dressed up the preppy look with silver hoop earrings, a matching necklace and gold face mask chains.
She carried her things in a stylish blue floral-print bag and walked comfortably forward in white platform sneakers.
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With a handy drink, the actress prepared for another working day.
The Honest Company, the ethical consumer goods company founded by Jessica in 2011, sells products such as nursing pillows, diapers, vitamins and non-toxic household items.
The company also has a beauty business called Honest Beauty, and all products are available through their website and also from retail giants such as Costco and Target.
Ready for anything! The actress was preparing for another working day with her handy drink
Having floated publicly in early May, the company is now valued at $1.44 billion and continues to make leaps and bounds in the market.
The company recently raised $412.8 million and sold 25.8 million shares for $16 each CNBC.
And she shared earlier in May that she founded the company to meet “a need” as a consumer and as a mother after failing to find products she “could trust.”
She means business! After going public in early May, the company is now valued at $1.44 billion and continues to make leaps and bounds in the market
“I realized there was no real answer and the only viable solution was to start a company,” she said in an interview with Nasdaq.
Jessica — who shares three children Honor, 12, Haven, nine, and son Hayes, three, with husband Cash Warren — said her career in Hollywood prepared her for life as an entrepreneur.
“I had to deal with a thousand nos,” she told the Financial times. ‘That is a comparable circumstance as an entrepreneur. You have to open those doors, especially as a woman and woman of color.’
Family first: Alba shares daughters Honor, 12, Haven, nine, and son Hayes, three, with husband Cash Warren (pictured with Haven and Cash in 2015)