Some models look like regular people when they’re not all dolled up. Not Alessandra Ambrosio, though. The Brazilian beauty knows how to look picture perfect even when she’s on mommy duty. On Wednesday, Ale turned heads as she stepped out for lunch with her kids in Beverly Hills. It was her daughte — Anja’s —  birthday, so cakes and cupcakes with the kids were in order.

For the occasion, the Victoria Secret angel slipped into a flowy off-shoulder frock. She then complemented the number with mirror-lens eyewear, a shoulder bag, and sky-high sandals to dress up the ensemble. Anja also looked extra cute in a taupe-hued chiffon creation and glittered mary jane flats. Her youngest, Noah, was quite dapper in his perfectly coordinated nautical attire. Altogether, the three looked like they just stepped out of a magazine editorial, all polished and well-dressed.








378F495900000578-3757438-image-m-33_1472103076617Alessandra Ambrosio heads to a cake and cupcake store in Beverly Hills with her two children on August 24, 2016

What a gorgeous mom! And what a beautiful family! And what a fabulous outfit!

She looks like she’s gliding in the flowy frock. It’s sexy, feminine, and delicate all at once. If you fancy the piece, you can score one for yourself via Neiman Marcus. It’ll set you back $800.

NMTCAE7_mzCamilla and Marc Off Shoulder High-Low Draped Cocktail Dress, $799

What I like most about Ale’s outfit is how she complemented the dress with high heeled sandals. With the shoes, she looks more dressed up and more put-together. The red-bottom shoes are by Christian Louboutin — the “Sova”. The style is quite simple, but both timeless and modern.



504360905_3_ShoeBackQtrChristian Louboutin Sova Heel Sandals, $850

The Sova also feature very slim 3.25-inch-tall heels so I have no doubt they’re comfortable enough to take for short walks. I couldn’t find Ale’s textured pair, but the camel version I’ve posted above looks just as versatile. You can also get the sandals in white, red, and black. A set will cost you $850. Think they’re worth it?

$ 850