Alessandra Ambrosio Wears Sheer Dresses To The Venice Film Festival, Looks As Ladylike As Ever

There’s one super model who’s taking the Venice Film Festival and making it all about the fashion. Alessandra Ambrosio wore sheer dresses to the Venice Film Festival, and the gowns made for quite the statement because this lady knows what she’s doing when it comes to jaw-dropping beautiful, yet simplistic style.

The dresses she wore were very simple and had an ease about them. They were delicate and ladylike, but still sexy, because that’s just what you wear when you’re Ambrosio. The gowns are from the same label, Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini, so clearly, there was a particular theme in mind when it came to her Venice Film Festival red carpet style. And with dresses this stunning, who could blame her for sticking with what works?

The first look was white and ethereal with a sheer skirt and side cut-outs. The second was a black number that was a little more sexy, but still had a lightness to it. Its sheer skirt was both alluring and angelic, a fine line that this Victoria’s Secret Angel worked so well. Both are gorgeous, making it very difficult for me to pick a favorite between these two. I’m sure you’ll fall in love with her effortless style, just as I did.

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Simple, but stunning.

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And just look at it twirl.

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Her pinned back hair was the perfect addition.

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She didn't go overboard with the jewelry, either, which was a good call.

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Her second look is just as great as the first.

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It's got just the right amount of sheerness to it.

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With her hair pulled back, this look becomes a little more sleek.

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Again, the jewelry is not too much, but just enough.

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The twirl factor is the most important part.

Like I said, hard to choose a favorite.