We remember Jessica Biel on the small screen as the fresh faced natural beauty every week on the WB's "7th Heaven." Back then Jessica played down her good looks and opted for more of a tomboy style. A decade later she's looking more fabulous than ever and the brunette babe is claiming it's due to the fashion tips from her fashionable fiance Justin Timberlake.
In the latest issue of In Style Jessica admitted she lets Justin dress her due to his great eye for style.
"When I walk out of the closet after getting dressed in the morning, I'll go like this [turns palms upward as if to say, 'Well?'] And he goes like this [shakes his head no]. Then he picks again. It's hilarious," she said.
We think it's adorable the actress lets her longtime boyfriend help her look good. Here are her best red carpet looks. Do you think Justin was responsible for choosing these ensembles?
Vanity Fair Oscars
One of our all time favorite looks of the actress is her elegant style at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in 2011. The star wore a long gold and silver dress that showed off her slender, toned body. Jessica put her hair up and accessorized her look with gold earrings and makeup. She looks beautiful next to her beau in this photo of them.
Golden Globes after party
In January Jessica was glowing on the red carpet at a Golden Globes after party. The star had just recently announced her engagement and was photographed looking effortlessly natural in a gorgeous, curve-hugging gold dress. We like this look on her because not only is she beautiful but the star is barely wearing any makeup, proving in Hollywood sometimes there are natural beauties.
GQ Men of the Year party
Last fall Jessica and Justin partied hard at GQ's annual bash but not before showing off their good looks on the red carpet. Jessica had her hair pinned back with minimal makeup except for a dash of bright red lipstick really giving her look an extra umph. The two posed with Jimmy Fallon smiling big. Could it be their engagement had already happened but was under wraps still?
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