The Budget Babe | Affordable Fashion & Style Blog

The Look for Less: Alessandra Ambrosio's Floral Flare and Cardigan/Cami Co-ord

Love these pants!
Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio gives us the cutest vintage vibes with her floral print flares, ribbed crop-top/cardigan combo, and a fresh pair of white sneakers!

This blog uses affiliate links. When you shop through our links, we may earn a small commission, at no cost to you. Thank you for your support!
The transitional look is just right for welcoming the sunshine while still being able to wear one of our favorite long pant styles—bell bottoms!

Her zebra print mask is a trendy touch that creates an even more eclectic look that is so much fun.

Speaking of fun and eclectic, her lime crossbody bag adds a touch of neon that makes the otherwise neutral color palette pop!

We are loving the delicate fabrics that make this a breezy yet elegant style. One bonus about her unique flares is the endless possibilities when styling them! Paired with heels and a dressy top, they would be perfect for the office or even a causal date night. Feeling more casual? Throw on your favorite basic tee for a laid back vibe that goes perfectly with our sneaker pick from H&M.

Do you have a favorite piece from this one-of-a-kind outfit? We love all of them individually, and can’t wait to play around with the many ways they can be worn!

Love these pants!
Photo Credit: CrownMedia/MEGA



Wow! This is really for less! Feels so much more affordable than I thought it could be. I actually like the pants and cardi/cami that YOU found slightly better than the actual one Alessandra Ambrosia wore. I think the sneakers are an awesome deal as they can be paired with lots more outfits this summer, too.
#1 RoseLook (Homepage) on 2021-05-25 10:11 (Reply)
Thank you so much!! This look is one of my favorites recently. I appreciate your feedback! So glad you love it.
#1.1 Brooke Tosovsky on 2021-05-28 11:07 (Reply)
Leave a comment
E-Mail addresses will not be displayed.
Enclosing asterisks marks text as bold (*word*), underscore are made via _word_.
Standard emoticons like :-) and ;-) are converted to images.
E-Mail addresses will not be displayed and will only be used for E-Mail notifications.