Jessica Alba puts dapper spin on California casual as she runs errands in tartan sweatsuit
The 39-year-old mogul could be seen modeling a red tartan sweatsuit that was vaguely reminiscent of pajamas.
Her outfit featured some tan trim that perfectly complemented her jacket, which featured cutoff sleeves to bare the cuffs of her sweater.
On the go: Jessica Alba was spotted putting a dapper spin on California casual while out in sunny Los Angeles this Wednesday
Letting her luxurious hair down, the Little Fockers actress wore a pair of gleaming aviator sunglasses while picking up some takeaway.
She took the precaution of wearing a mask as she emerged from lockdown – though in a stylish touch she opted for a little gingham number.
The sizzling sensation, who has been married to her husband Cash Warren since 2008, rounded off the look with a large pair of boots.
Jessica and Cash have a 12-year-old daughter called Honor, a nine-year-old daughter Haven and a two-year-old son Hayes.
Stepping out: The 39-year-old mogul could be seen modeling a red tartan sweatsuit that was vaguely reminiscent of pajamas
Amid the coronavirus pandemic the family are hunkering down at their Los Angeles home which according to Architectural Digest cost $10 million.
The parents this year appeared on The Skinny Confidential Him & Her podcast where she discussed how marriage and motherhood have changed her.
Jessica shared that ‘I really value the person that I’ve become in learning how to navigate the world with a partner, with Cash, and then also being a mom to my little people who have taught me, you know, leaps and bounds how to just evolve and try to be more thoughtful, active, conscious person.’
Jessica and Cash spontaneously decided to get married at a Beverly Hills courthouse one day in 2008 while she was heavily pregnant with Honor.
Cash, who is the son of Hill Street Blues actor Michael Warren, met Jessica while assistant directing her critically savaged 2005 hit film Fantastic Four.
Although she rose to fame as an actress Jessica is also the founder of the consumer goods brand The Honest Company, which she launched in 2011.
During a 2018 interview with InStyle she shared that ‘I feel like my purpose in life was to create Honest, and everything led me to that.’