jessica albaJessica Alba gives us style goals almost every single time we see her. She looks flawless at all times, but never looks like she's trying too hard. The celebrity mother-of-two sat down with Glamour and revealed her do's and don'ts of wearing denim in honor of her new collaboration with DL1961 jeans. Check it out! 

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Go for stretch 1

Go for stretch

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Alba wants women to know what to look for when shopping for jeans. “You want some stretch so they hold everything together," she told Glamour.  

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Avoid small pockets 2

Avoid small pockets

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When looking for the perfect pair of jeans, Alba also suggests to avoid small pockets. "They make your backside look weird," she says to the magazine.

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Do go for a high-waisted cut 3

Do go for a high-waisted cut

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High-waisted jeans are no longer a style miss. "I like them to hit at the belly button so you get the nice roundness of the booty," the star told Glamour.

Please don't show butt crack 4

Please don't show butt crack

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Alba may be all about embracing her sexiness, but she never shows too much. "Cover your business," she recommends. 

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Do wash them properly 5

Do wash them properly

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If you're going to splurge on a good pair of jeans, (Alba's run for $170 a pair), make sure you wash them properly. "I’m the wash-cold inside-out and hang-dry type," she says. 

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Don't just zip and go 6

Don't just zip and go

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Alba has another trick to look fab in jeans. “Once they’re ­buttoned and zipped, I always do a squat. It puts everything in a comfortable place," she reveals. Good to know! 

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Do mix high and low fashion 7

Do mix high and low fashion

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Alba loves to play with different looks and never just goes for the high-end styles. "Even if you're in a designer look, if you have one [more casual piece] that brings everything down, then you look effortless," her stylist Emily Current told Us Magazine