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Jessica Alba’s Style Secrets- Going from Spring to Summer (Photos)

Recognized as one of Hollywood’s best dressed gals, Jessica Alba knows how to dress during that awkward time of the year known as “June Gloom.”

Transitioning from spring to summer can be a quite a guessing game, but this fashionista has it down pat! This morning was particularly cloudy in Los Angeles, and Jessica was well prepared with a pair of black flair pants, a lightweight, grey sweater, and a white tank top. And what’s Jess’s tip for a flawless spring/summer wardrobe? Layering!

Take a look at these photos of her taking her daughter Honor to school.

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    The always fashionable Jessica Alba looked comfortable in a lightweight grey sweater.

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    Mommy Jess held her daughter Honor's hand while she walked her to school.

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    The key to Jess's transitional wardrobe from spring to summer is lots of thin layers like tank tops and summer-weight sweaters.

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    Honor sported a fashion-forward dress with printed horses and a long, black sweater.

  • Little Doc Martins 5 of 5
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    And how edgy are Honor's Doc Martin boots? Do you like this classic shoe made in a smaller size?

(Photo Source : Pacific Coast News.com )

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