Jessica Alba dons fake fur jacket on a chilly night after dinner with husband Cash Warren and friends in Los Angeles
Feeling the cold! Jessica Alba dons fake fur jacket on a chilly night after dinner with husband Cash Warren and friends in Los Angeles
It was close to 80F when she and her family left the Hawaian island of Kauai on Monday.
So maybe that’s why Jessica Alba looked a little down when she and her producer husband Cash Warren were spotted leaving celebrity eaterie Craig’s with pals in West Hollywood on Friday evening.
The temperature in Los Angeles was a distinctly chilly 60F with rain on the way – a far cry from her sunny break.
Distinctly chilly: Jessica Alba bundled up in a black, fake fur jacket on a cold Friday night as she and husband Cash Warren were spotted leaving celebrity eaterie Craig’s in West Hollywood
Still, the 35-year-old actress made sure she kept warm, donning a black, fake fur jacket and a pair of blue jeans as she made her way to a car.
Her face was beautifully made up for the outing with eyeliner and mascara plus rose lipstick and she allowed her long, dark blonde tresses to cascade over her shoulders.
The Honest Company CEO joined 37-year-old Cash and their pals in the car that drove off into the rainy night.
Jessica and her husband of eight years share two daughters, Haven, five, and eight-year-old Honor, who were likely being looked after by a nanny and tucked up in bed.
Cold weather chic: The 35-year-old actress and Honest Company entrepreneur, who kept her eyes down as she made her way to a car, teamed her coat with jeans
The family went on vacation with the celebrity’s friend Kelly Sawyer and her daughter.
And Jessica posted regular snaps showing their adventures on social media.
These included zip lining, riding rafts and hiking through the tropical rainforests.
Ready to go: The actress joined Cash, 37, and a gal pal in a car on the wet night as raindrops gathered on the windscreen
Meanwhile, the Into The Blue star had a hugely successful 2016.
Jessica appeared in three films – The Veil, Dear Eleanor and Mechani: Resurrection.
And she was named as Forbes’s richest self-made woman of the year thanks to her thriving, billion dollar business, The Honest Company.
Warm weather, that’s better: She and Cash with daughters Honor, eight, and Haven, five, had a wonderful break in Kauai and did some last minute shopping before jetting home on Monday