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How Jessica Alba earned her style stripes

Jessica Alba has a thing for all-white outfits. And flared trousers. And, on occasion, she has a penchant for a spot of bondage-themed clothing. Over the years she's learned to hone these wide-ranging wardrobe tastes into a wonder to behold.

Chart her style transformation, from clunky red carpet outfits (white tights and trainer sandals - honest) to chameleonic master of all styles; preppy, girly and super vampy.

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