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Jessica Alba cuts a business-casual figure in a silk midi skirt and white tank

Jessica Alba cuts a casual figure in a white tank top and silk midi skirt as she grabs coffee in Beverly Hills

She’s an actress-turned-businesswoman. 

And on Monday, Jessica Alba looked fit for the daily grind in a red satin mini skirt, white tank top and striped shirt as she stepped out for coffee in Beverly Hills.

Alba, 38, accessorized with a pair of white closed-toe slides, some large silver hoop earrings and a large black leather tote bag.

Business-casual: On Monday, Jessica Alba looked fit for the daily grind in a red satin mini skirt, white tank top and striped shirt as she stepped out for coffee in Beverly Hills

Business-casual: On Monday, Jessica Alba looked fit for the daily grind in a red satin mini skirt, white tank top and striped shirt as she stepped out for coffee in Beverly Hills

The Honest Company founder kept her long brunette locks down and pulled back behind her ears.

Her appearance comes as she admitted to InStyle in a personal essay published Tuesday that she has ‘exploded’ her body since having kids – and is just fine with it.

Alba took a look back on how her relationship with body image has changed over the years. 

On-the-go: Alba, 38, accessorized with a pair of white closed-toe slides, some large silver hoop earrings and a large black leather tote bag

On-the-go: Alba, 38, accessorized with a pair of white closed-toe slides, some large silver hoop earrings and a large black leather tote bag

Caffeinated: The Honest Company founder kept her long brunette locks down and pulled back behind her ears

Caffeinated: The Honest Company founder kept her long brunette locks down and pulled back behind her ears

All in the family: Alba, who shares Honor, 11, Haven, seven and Hayes, one with producer husband Cash Warren, said while laughing: 'They’ve exploded my body, and I’m cool with it'

 All in the family: Alba, who shares Honor, 11, Haven, seven and Hayes, one with producer husband Cash Warren, said while laughing: ‘They’ve exploded my body, and I’m cool with it’

‘Looking back, when I shot my first InStyle cover (2007), I was insecure,’ the Fantastic Four star recalled.

‘I felt like I needed to be someone I wasn’t in order to be accepted. I allowed other people’s ideas of who they thought I should be to define me.’ 

She continued: ‘Who am I now? I give zero f***s.’ 

Alba, who shares Honor, 11, Haven, seven and Hayes, one with producer husband Cash Warren, said while laughing: ‘They’ve exploded my body, and I’m cool with it.’ 

‘And I know I’m smart. I don’t care what everybody else thinks. I’m good, girl. I’m good.’

She also said that marriage and kids have brought her a whole new perspective on being a woman. 

‘I was in my early 30s, and it had taken up until then for me to feel confident in my body,’ she said. 

‘I also stopped allowing myself to be objectified in the press through a male’s perspective. Screw that, man.’  

Daily Mail UK

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