Money may not be everything, but it can certainly give you a lot of things — designer clothes, big houses, 5-star vacations, and high-profile friends to name a few.

One very moneyed mom was spotted attending the Amber Lounge Charity Fashion Show held in Monaco on Friday. I’m referring to Tamara Ecclestone, of course — model, TV personality, socialite, and one of the heiresses to the F1 Group fortune.

For the event, Tamara decked herself in a long patterned skintight frock, while she dressed her tiny tot in a three-piece outfit of blush pink sweater teamed with white  shorts and blouse. The brunette beauty also made sure she still looked glamorous even while on mom duty by complementing her getup with perfectly blow-dryed tresses, flawless makeup, a huge rock on her finger, an expensive timepiece, and of course, some fancy lace-up pointy stilettos.



28FDF61000000578-3093475-image-a-188_1432331450844Tamara Ecclestone attends the Amber Lounge Charity Fashion Show with her baby girl while in Monaco on May 22, 2015

How do you like Tamara’s outfit choice for the occasion?

I think she should have worn a shorter dress considering the footwear choice. But with that said, I also think she still looks stunning regardless. Plus, I like the fact that she brings her baby along with her wherever she goes. She appears to be quite a hands-on mother.

I couldn’t find any deetz on Tamara’s patterned frock, but if you like it, you can easily find similar options from high-street labels or contemporary designers.

As for Tamara’s shoes, my hunch is they’re from Gianvito Rossi. Based on the silhouette, they look very similar to these point-toe lace-up pumps from the designer:

gianvito rossi point toe lace up 2Gianvito Rossi Point Toe Lace Up Pumps in Leopard, $1070
gianvito rossi point toe lace up

Gianvito Rossi Point Toe Lace Up Pumps in Black, $850

Do you think I’m right on the money with the shoes?

These Gianvito Rossi pumps feature 4-inch-tall covered heels and a lace-up design that culminates into a wrap-around ribbon-tie style at the ankles. They come in various uppers, from classic leather to suede, as well as animal print. The most basic pair will cost you about $850. Do you think grabbing ’em is worth it?

$ 850