Jessica Alba is expecting her baby any day now, but that hasn’t kept her from continuing her red carpet and public appearances. For many, maternity is a time when you can wear comfortable, frumpy clothes. Jessica however, has been dressing up in high-fashion designer clothing and accessorizing with her glowing face.
Earlier this summer, Jessica wore a custom Diane von Furstenburg to the CFDA Fashion Awards. The color blocking trend has been done flawlessly by many celebrities including, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian and others, but Jessica held her own. The flowing gown was flattering on her growing stomach. She chose gold cuffs and a gold clutch to accessorize the coral and purple dress. The color of her ensemble complimented her tan skin and dark hair perfectly. Instead of wearing flats, she dared to wear super high, sparkly Casadei heels.
While hosting an event to celebrate the partnership between Lucky Magazine and ThisNext, Jessica definitely didn’t dress to blend in. The expecting actress who is on the cover of August issue of Lucky, wore a Dolce and Gabbana maxi dress that was head to toe animal print. She kept the accessories simple with a tan belt and clutch to compliment the bold print.
Jessica recently appeared on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno,” showing off her growing baby bump. She wore a casual, cream maxi dress by Alice + Olivia that is perfect for summer. The crinkled skirt helped to mask her stomach and the snake skin belt created a small waist. Jessica still wasn’t ready to give up the heels. She wore Brian Atwood platform sandals to compliment the simple, chic outfit.
Jessica has the maternity look down. By wearing dresses with an empire waist, or creating one with simple belts, she accentuates the smallest part of her. She is the perfect example to show that maternity clothes can be fabulous, not just frumpy.Tags: alice + olivia, Brian Atwood, Casadei, CFDA, CFDA Awards 2011, diane von furstenberg, dolce and gabbana, Jessica Alba, Kim Kardashian, Lucky Magazine, maternity, Rihanna, The Tonight Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, ThisNext