Spotted: Honor Warren’s Boots Were Made for Walkin’

09/29/2010 at 11:00 AM ET
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Looks like that shopping bag of clothes wasn’t for Honor Marie after all!

Jessica Alba carried the present and held her 2-year-old daughter’s hand as they made their way to a pal’s birthday party on Sunday in Hollywood, Calif.

We love Honor’s swingy dress and cowboy boots!

RELATED: Jessica Alba Reveals Honor’s Need for Caffeine

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beth on

Where did Jessica Alba get her striped dress?

elle on

awwww, super-cute!

Bethan on

I usually love the outfits that Jessica chooses for her daughter, but I’m not feeling that dress:/

Beautiful little girl though🙂

love on

This moment is so sweet for them. Loving Jessica and Honor’s looks, styling and their living a normal life.

jessicad on

I just squealed loudly at the sight of those boots!!!! I must have them.

h on

i don’t really like Honor’s dress and shoes, the dress is way to short and the boots are not for a 2 year old.
But she still looks cute

H on

love those boots omg!! xxxx so cute, such a lovely looking child xxx

IheartCB on

I LOVE those boots.

Christina on

That little girl could not get any cuter! OMG!!! Adorable!!!!

kait on

Haha I dunno if it’s Honor’s long legs or just the dress being short but if she had leggings under it that were blue (baby “jeggings”) maybe it’d look better. Still adorable, and love the boots and Jessica’s dress!

Maya on

Don’t like the boots or the dress at all.

Bancie1031 on

Love Honor’s dress! She is such a doll!
Jessica looks great …… love this mommy daughter duo.

JMO on

Way too short? What’s the most she going to show off? a diaper/bloomers?!

The outfit on both mom and tot are super cute! I love Honor’s boots!

Ivonne on

Great boots! I got my first pair of cowgirl boots at age 4 (I’m from Texas lol and it was Rodeo time!) so I love these boots for kids. I like the pattern of the dress but it is too short for my taste. It doesn’t matter what it is showing off, and it’s not even a concern about perverts, I just don’t like dresses that short, on any female of any age ever. Needless to say, Honor is adorable.

Mari on

Isn’t it a bit too hot for boots in L.A. at the moment. I like them but I don’t think they go together well with the dress. Oh well, if Honor is happy with her outfit, everything should be fine.🙂

CelebBabyLover on

Honor’s a cutie! And I have to chuckle, because a poster on the previos thread was just asking if Honor ever walks on her own….and here she is, walking!🙂

Lilianne on

The hem of the dress IS short, but it is supposed to be. There are other shots of them that show Honor wearing little bloomers to match the dress. So…she is appropriately covered. I think she always looks adorable, sweet, and spot on for her age and the occasion…and this look is no different.🙂

Lady on

OMG!!! Honor is so unbelieveably cute…im loving the boots & dress…just a doll!!!

dee on

I love the dress and the boots. But I just know if this was Suri (when she was 2), Oh Lawdy, there would be 100+ post by now about how inappropriate her outfit is!

Lorus on

The length of the dress was actually quite common when our Mothers were younger. It shows off the chunky thighs of babies/toddlers!

You can’t compare Suri’s clothing choices to Honor’s dress. Honor’s is most likely less than $40 and she’s going to a birthday party. Suri wore ball gown type dresses that were close to $200 to play on a playground.
But once again to each their own.

Lilianne on

Dee, I think you are probably right about that and that is a shame. Because the outfit wouldnt be inappropriate if Suri wore it either. That length of dress did indeed used to be very common…think of Shirley Temple. As long as the girl is wearing bloomers or something to cover her unders I don’t feel it should be questioned. But that is just my opinion. When my girls were little and wanted to wear dresses to school I always made them wear shorts underneath. Mainly because little girls don’t always sit modestly and it is also difficult to stay properly covered while on the playground.

MiB on

From the 20’s up until the 70’s the appropriate length of a girls dress was concidered to be 2 inches above the knee, so I would say, her dress is of a correct lenght. I had several dresses of that lenght that my mother and aunts wore in the 30’s-50’s, Jessicas mother probably wore dresses that lenght when she grew up. Besides, 2″ above the knee is (paired with bloomers) an ideal skirt lengtht for rowdy play as it doesn’t get in the way more than shorts or trousers. (Had to dispell the myth that little girls can’t play rowdy games in dresses, LOL)

lucy on

beth, I too love Jessica’s dress and am curious where it is from. Sorry to be of no help, though!

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