Jessica Alba Just Gave This Reformation Dress Her Stamp Of Approval (& It’s Still In Stock)

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Jessica Alba has been churning out one summer perfect outfit after another, which should come as no surprise, considering she regularly spends her time in sunny L.A. She's long nailed the art of warm-weather dressing, and she's even managed to work a handful of versatile, reasonably-priced pieces into the mix, too. Enter, Alba's floral-print Reformation dress — a midi-length frock that you can take from day-to-night in seconds. Best of all, though? It's still in stock right now, and it won't cost you more than $250.

Alba has been hopping from one event to another — and she's been serving some major style inspiration whilst doing so. On Thurs., The Honest Company co-founder attended the opening of L.A. facialist Shani Darden's first flagship studio — an event that Alba actually co-hosted alongside InStyle editor-in-chief Laura Brown. Darden, an expert esthetician known for her signature glow-enhancing facials, counts the likes of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Chrissy Teigen, Amanda Seyfried, and of course, Alba as regulars — and now, with her first official studio space in Beverly Hills, you too, can book an appointment with the pro.

Alba turned to celeb-favorite brand, Reformation for her event ensemble. From the line's incredibly vast selection of trend-forward, sustainable pieces, the actor chose the ever-popular Inka dress — a style that features a straight neckline, a smocked bodice, and a daring side slit. It's the perfect mix of sweet with a bit of edge — just like Alba's personal style.

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The actor dressed up the frock with sleek black heels, though it could just as easily be teamed with chunky white sneakers and a black leather jacket. But therein lies the beauty of Alba's latest Reformation find — it's incredibly versatile and can swiftly be amped up with refined pieces or dressed down with more casual essentials.

Alba pulled her signature brown locks into an easygoing updo, leaving out a few wispy, face-framing pieces. As for her makeup? Neutral and understated. She opted for a few coats of mascara and a swipe of nude-pink lipstick that added a soft pop of color.

Freshen up your lineup of summer dresses with The Zoe Report's roundup of floral-print frocks to buy now, including Alba's exact Reformation pick.

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