She doesn’t take Sundays off! Jessica Alba models mirrored sunglasses as she stops by The Honest Company during the weekend
Jessica Alba made office casual look good on Sunday.
The 41-year-old The Honest Company founder looked elegant but hip as she arrived at her Santa Monica office for some weekend work.
The El Camino Christmas star rocked a white crew neck t-shirt and straight leg yellow pants with an elastic waistband.
Office casual: Jessica Alba, 41, made office casual look good Sunday in a white crew neck t-shirt and straight leg yellow pants with an elastic waistband
She tied a matching yellow sweater around her hips, and carried a straw basket purse.
Jessica’s dark hair was brushed straight and she completed the look with aviator sunglasses and a pair of thick soled gray slide sandals.
The LA’s Finest star recently returned from a trip to Italy where she spent time with her husband, Cash Warren, 43, and their kids, Honor, 14, Haven, 10 and Hayes, four.
Yellow: The actress tied a matching yellow sweater around her hips, and carried a straw basket purse. She completed the look with aviator sunglasses and a pair of thick soled gray slide sandals
The doting mom shared some adorable pictures of the whole family taking a cooking class.
Even her youngest got in on the fun, making his own pasta.
She also share snaps of the beautiful scenery and ancient ruins.
Now that she’s back in work mode, the CEO is has been working on a new mascara that will be launched August 10.
A video on her Instagram page shows some behind the scenes footage from an ad for the new product.
Pasta!: Jessica and her family recently returned from a trip to Italy. One of the highlights was a family cooking class where even her youngest got to make pasta
This comes after Albasaid she goes to therapy with both of her daughters.
The 41-year-old actress believes going to family therapy makes her a better parent.
Speaking to Glamour UK, she said: ‘I went with both of them. And around puberty is when it’s the time I think, for me, with my girls. That’s when they started to sort of shut down and get really like, ‘I don’t want to talk any more.’ And I’m like, ‘We’re not doing this. We’ve got to keep a line of communication here. How can I be a better parent to you? How do you want me to talk to you? Don’t shut me out.’
‘First of all, this person [the therapist] has studied human behavior and they’re good at it. And they have no relation to you so they can be really objective and you create a safe space for your kid to really candidly tell you what’s not working about your parenting. I was like,
Vacation snaps: The avid traveler shared photos from the beautiful Italian countryside while on vacation with her family
‘Look, I’m not perfect. I’m not going to know all the answers, but I want to be a great parent to you. And what you like and don’t is different from what your sister likes and doesn’t like. And I’m going tomake mistakes. Here’s a safe space, you can’t get in trouble – let me know what I’m doing wrong, or what you would like me to do differently. Or how do you want me to discipline you when you do screw up? What does that look like for you? And how would you want to be treated so you can still feel like you have your dignity intact?’
And Jessica insisted that she always tries to learn from her mistakes, whether they are personal or business-related.
The Honest company founder said: ‘There’s nothing more telling that you’re evolving and that you are getting better as a person in this life. It’s a teaching, it’s a gift. I was like, ‘That is so interesting and so cool that [these are] some of the most successful people I’ve ever met, and we’re all talking about celebrating mistakes!’… because I wouldn’t say the challenges or mistakes were anything other than the opportunity to be better tomorrow.’
Read the full interview in the GLAMOUR UK July/August Digital Issue online now.