As a model and girlfriend of a multi-millionaire footballer she must have a wardrobe packed full of designer clothes in the latest styles.
But Irina Shayk has been spotted recycling her favourite olive green top which emphasises her model figure.
The Sports Illustrated cover girl, 25, was seen with boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo in Madrid yesterday in the racy top which consists of a green bra covered with matching coloured lace.
Winning look: Irina Shayk wore her favourite olive green top as she stepped out with boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo in MadridShe teamed the skimpy top with a pair of black skinny jeans and a green leather jacket an carried a pale pink chain- embellished handbag over her shoulder in what made for a chic and stylish look.
Her boyfriend Ronaldo, who plays for Real Madrid was also looking sharp in a navy Gucci leather jacket and beige trousers.
The footballer covered his hair in cap and wore a pair of tinted aviator-style sunglasses as the pair stepped out in the Spanish sunshine.
Stylish couple: The Sports Illustrated model teamed her skimpy top with a green leather jacket and a pair of black skinny jeans
Speaking recently about how she maintains her figure, Irina told E! Online: 'I do work out five times a week when I’m in New York. I eat healthy. I never diet.
'I just eat whatever I want to. When you’re happy inside and you feel great. You just show it in the body and face.'
Fine figure: Irina showed off her favourite top and her model figure at the launch of her new clothing range Xti earlier this monthSince dating Ronaldo, Irina's career has gone from strength to strength, and she has modelled for clients including Victoria's Secret and Ory swimwear.
However, Irina, who was born in Yemanzhelinsk, Russia, said it wasn't an easy decision for her to move to New York and follow her dream to become a model.
Speaking of her home town she said: 'We didn't even have fashion magazines there.'
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