Look for Less: Anja Mazur’s Sporty Chic

03/27/2012 at 10:00 AM ET
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Do we spot a mini model-in-the-making?

While leaving school on March 15 in Santa Monica, Anja Mazur sported the cutest outfit as mom Alessandra Ambrósio helped her perfect her walk (around the flower beds!).

And we have all the details. The 3½-year-old wore Wildfox‘s adorable Blue Luck Potion Sweater ($97), gray cotton capris and New Balance‘s Grey/Pink Sneakers ($38).

Love Anja’s comfy style? You’re in luck. We’ve rounded up similar items — all under $23!

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Is she still too little to wear perfume? Then Flowers by Zoe‘s pretty Perfume Bottle Top ($22) is the perfect compromise with its chic, yet girlie design.

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Whether worn alone or with a dress, soft leggings are a staple for your little one’s closet.

Our pick: American Apparel‘s Cotton Spandex Leggings ($16), which are available in a variety of cool colors.

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Your on-the-go girl will love being able to run, skip and hop in C9 by Champion‘s Gravitation Athletic Shoes ($23).

Not only do the velcro loops make getting them on a breeze, but the sturdy soles offer tons of support.

— Anya Leon

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Lou on

Nope, definitely not a model in the making!

Ashley on

In answer to the first question of the article: No, no we do not, wow……nuff said

Lily on

I had to do a double take… I first thought it was Mason Disick. The outfit is adorable!

mandii on

I don’t see anything special about this outfit whatsoever! You could get the same looking stuff at Target. Def not cute!

emily on

I’m really REALLY hoping that the first 2 posters weren’t making shots at a 3 year olds beauty…

Mariel on

Mandii , i also thought it was Mason Disick… she looks exactly like him,,,,and i doubt about “model in the making” thing—-

Abi on

She will probably grow into her looks, she is only 3 I would hate to have someone say those things about my 3 year old. That is an expensive sweater though!

Barbi on

Anyone making fun of a child’s look is an imbecile. I would hate going thru life with such a dark soul! She is beautiful and I LOVE her beautiful eyebrows. The thicker eyebrows are as a child, the easier it is to shape them into something truly beautiful as an adult.

alicejane on

I think she has very striking features. We seem to be conditioned to think that soft features are the only acceptable beauty, at least on kids, but I would be curious to see a picture of her mother at this age (who is stunning) and see the resemblance. I think Anja is going to be equally stunning. She has very distinct features and no, that is not a bad thing!

Manal from Jordan on

Shes beautiful!! just gorgeous!!

Shannon on

Cute little girl. Precious.

Julianna on

Anja is adorable – she looks so much like Alessandra.

RKF on

Wow. Get over yourselves insult police. Just because she’s a child, and just because she’s a model’s daughter doesn’t make her an attractive child. While possibly not said in the nicest of ways, people are allowed to express an opinion, just as you are.

Lola on

Wow you people should be ashamed of yourselves, disgusting attitudes!!

J-Nelle on

I thought that was Mason too!

Jenn on

I think Mason is much cuter. She is just not a pretty child 😦

emily on

Of course people have a right to express their opinions…but as adults we should have filters. We’re not children. And if your opinion makes you look like an asshole, then I have every right to let you know about it.

kendrajoi on

She looks like her mom. Only someone with no soul would post derogatory things about an innocent 3 year old.

Lou on

To say a child is a “model in the making” suggests that child is stunningly beautiful. We’ve all seen those children (and they’re often born to regular people like us!) and from that photograph at that age, I don’t think you would see this child as a model. That doesn’t mean she won’t grow into a beautiful child/woman later on, but for right now, if I was a casting agent? No way would I select her as a “model in the making.”