Happy Birthday Jessica Alba! Look Back at Her Best Red Carpet Fashions

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Happy Birthday, Jessica Alba! She was born on April 28, 1981 in Pomona, California and has since become an actress, wife, mother and company founder. The beauty has also developed into a style icon who always receives attention for her fashion picks. In honor of her birthday, let's take a look back at some of her best red carpet looks.

2010 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala

All eyes were on her when the stunner walked the red carpet at the 2010 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala. She wore a gorgeous silk blush one-shoulder Sophie Theallet for Gap gown. Her hair was in Old Hollywood style updo and she completed her outfit with dangling earrings, a vintage style clutch and a diamond bracelet.

2011 Alma Awards

The actress attended the 2011 Alma Awards wearing a beautiful strapless gray Michael Kors gown that was cinched around the waist with a dark gray belt. The only issue with the ensemble was her spiked necklace; it just wasn't working with the dress. A simple small pendant necklace would have been better. She wore her hair down in soft waves.

2012 Golden Globes

Just six months after giving birth to her second daughter, Haven Garner, she walked the red carpet at the 2012 Golden Globes while wearing a gorgeous strapless lavender Gucci frock that was embellished from top-to-bottom. Jessica was dripping in sparkling Bulgari jewels and carried a cream colored clutch. Her hair was in a chignon and she kept her makeup simple, yet elegant.

2006 Oscars

Looking gorgeous as usual, the then 25-year-old attended the 2006 Oscars wearing a beautiful gold Versace halter gown that had intricate embroidery from the bodice down to the end of the train. The gold color looked fabulous with her tan skin. Many consider it one of the best Oscar gowns in recent memory.

Which gown is your favorite?

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