Alessandra Ambrosio and her daughter were photographed while out at Coachella together. Alessandra wore a pair of One Teaspoon Yokos suede shorts in Tan with a paisley print blouse and Rag & Bone booties.
A lot of celebs tend to go all out when it comes to dressing for Coachella, but I could easily see Alessandra wearing this outfit in her everyday life too. I hope that we see her wearing this pair of shorts again, as I like that she chose a pair of suede shorts. They’re a bit different than the cut offs we normally see from One Teaspoon, which usually have a lot of great fraying on the edges, so it’s nice to see a pair with a finished hem. You can buy One Teaspoon online from Revolveclothing.com.
Vanessa Hudgens was all smiles in this Instagram shot of her before hitting the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California. The Coachella regular wore a pair of One Teaspoon Bandit Shorts in Hunter with a bikini top and some sandals. She then topped her look off with a ton of accessories.
Vanessa is one that likes to have fun with her looks at festivals. I can’t say that I am always a fan of them as I find that they are borderline costume sometimes, but I somehow always look forward to seeing what she wears each year. What do you think of Vanessa’s looks lately? You can click here to purchase these shorts for $99.
Alessandra Ambrosio was pictured heading out to lunch with Jamie Mazur and some other friends on her 33rd birthday last week in Los Angeles, California.
Alessandra wore a pair of One Teaspoon denim shorts in a pink/purple tie-dye print with some espadrilles and a simple grey tee. I’m glad that we are starting to get a lot more shorts sightings out at the moment! It’s a nice change! I wonder what pairs will be really popular this Summer? Buy One Teaspoon online at Shopbop.com.
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Alessandra Ambrosio was spotted doing some shopping with a friend in Santa Monica, California. The model showed her love for tigers by pairing together a pair of the One Teaspoon Trashwhore Shorts in Easy Tiger with a sweater with the animal on it.
I realized when the animal trend kicked off a couple years back, the tiger print was noticeably absent. Many preferred prints of a cheetah, leopard, and zebra. This is actually the first of a tiger and I think One Teaspoon did a good job with it. It is like an abstract-painted-tie dye interpretation of the print. What do you think of them? You can click here to purchase them from the One Teaspoon website.