Jessica Alba: I've Worn a Fluorescent Unitard with Doc Martens

02/04/2013 at 04:45 PM ET

Jessica Alba Women's Health CoverCourtesy Women’s Health

It’s hard to believe that the star whose street style we most worship has ever made a wardrobe misstep. But rather than bury the evidence, Jessica Alba is sharing her biggest fashion fail with Women’s Health (proof that stars are not like the rest of us; we may or may not have burned our sixth grade class photos).

“What do I regret wearing? There’s so many, I don’t think I could choose just one,” she admits. “I definitely rocked a Lycra unitard-y thing … One fluorescent color on one side, another fluorescent color on the other side with keyhole cutouts all the way up the body. I rocked it so hard with my Doc Martens.”

These days, the actress and Honest Company founder prefers colored denim and moto jackets to full-body neon Spandex. On her must-have list: a denim jacket, a sharp coat, a great pair of jeans, a fitted blazer, neutral t-shirts and an LBD.

Check out an ab-baring exclusive photo from the Women’s Health shoot (below), and pick up the March issue of Women’s Health to find out more of Alba’s fashion and beauty tips, as well as details about her new book, The Honest Life. Tell us: What’s your biggest fashion regret?

Jessica Alba Women's Health CoverCourtesy Women’s Health

–Jennifer Cress


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bobbi on

what the heck are you wearing. you should regret wearing a tube top in the 21st century. wear some clothes, designers like you

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