Jessica Biel hosts some regrets. Like many people, the actress looks back at the past and finds herself disappointed in a few of her past fashion choices. If you have ever looked at a picture at yourself from several years earlier and winced at what you wore, you probably know what Biel is feeling right now. Fashion is often changing, and therefore, people are often changing too. But there's a specific reason why Biel regrets her fashion choices.
As Jessica Biel admits during a recent interview with InStyle Magazine, she looks back at regret at some of her previous fashion choices-- believing that she should've "explored different shapes," rather than relying on sexy looks. If given the opportunity to use a Wayback Machine, there's a chance that The Sinner actress would've picked a few different clothes for herself to wear. Alas, we can't change the past. We can only continue to move forward.
The conversation came between Jessica Biel and fellow actress Ellie Bamber, who isn't afraid to admit that she has a "style crush" on Biel. And while Biel has had many memorable moments on the red carpet, Biel looks back more regretful than not at what she wore during her early 7th Heaven days.
Furthermore, Jessica Biel admits in the interview that it wasn't until she was in her 20s that she moved away from her "tomboy days" and into these more revealing items of clothing. During her first splurge during the early moments of fame for the television actress, she bought a Marc Jacobs bag.
The past will always be the past, and there's very little anyone can do to change that. But when it comes to fashion, Jessica Biel doesn't seem very fond of the choices she made during her earlier years. But now that she's settled into a life with her husband, Justin Timberlake, and their child, Silas Randall Timberlake, she will simply have to keep pushing forward. But when it comes to dressing "sexy," it sounds like those days are now in the past.
As an actress, Jessica Biel will next be lending her talents to the upcoming drama series, Limetown, which is set to premiere on Facebook Watch later this year. It's based on the podcast of the same name by Zack Akers and Skip Bronkie. The actress also lends her voice to Pete the Cat and, of course, BoJack Horseman, where she plays a memorable turn of herself. She was also recently seen in Rob Reiner's Shock and Awe last year.
Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.
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