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Floral Fever

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KTRcollection floral crop top and skater skirt | Heels: Zara metallic sandals (old, similar here and here | Bag: Valentino

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I live about 30 minutes outside of San Francisco and usually when I visit the city, it’s typically chilly, cloudy and windy…but today was beautiful. The sun was warm and the weather was just perfect at the Legion of Honor. It was our first time here and I can’t believe I never checked out this gem because it’s such an amazing place with so much history and has a beautiful backdrop for photos! We spent most of the day here shooting for my new Floral collection. This set is one of my favorites. The pink floral print is very feminine and delicate, but as a mini skirt with a fully flared shape and a playful crop top, I think it’s perfect for summer!

Stay tuned for more later this week!

xo, KTR

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Attach-Me-Not

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Dress: KTRcollection “Attach Me Not” Dress / Skirt can be purchase separately HERE | Top: Zara | Heels: Zara metallic sandals (old, similar here and here)|  | Bag: Chanel | Glasses: Dior cateyes | Lips: Shiseido (my fave)

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When it comes to buying clothes, I like to know that I can take the pieces I have and wear them in many different ways; because as life gets busier, it’s important to do things more simply without compromising what I love to wear and what fits the occasion.

When I made this dress a few months ago, I thought to myself, how much more versatile it could be if it was a skirt (because we all know I am quite the skirts-a-holic)…than I decided to take it all apart and recreate the whole thing. This time, Ive attached the top to the skirt with snap on buttons so it can become a dress. The halter top can also be twisted in a few different ways (more photos to come) to create a slightly different top…so here it is, a two in one, dress and skirt…I like to call her Attach-Me-Not.

Let me know what you think of this dress?

xo, KTR

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Retro

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Swimsuit: c/o Andrea Iyamah high-waist swimwear | Shoes: Sam Edelman sandals | Glasses: Dior cateyes

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I was reading this StyleList “Ask The Guys” poll about high-waist retro swimwear and the commentaries were: “Barf…I don’t want my women on the beach looking like they belong in the 1950s” and “lets just stick with normal, modern bikinis from here on out.”I thought to myself, who the hell are these losers how silly these little men, so stuck in a mindset that women have to be in an itsy bitsy to be considered “normal.” Sure, string bikinis has been dominating the beach scene for a long time, but high waisted has came back and are here to stay. They are not for hiding flaws but rather the lack of skin leaves a little something to the imagination… Now that’s sexy.

If you’re looking for a beautiful retro swimsuit, check out Andrea Lyamah Swimwear. The brand is based in Canada and offers fabulous retro swimsuits with a twist. Her suits has that 1950′s flair with edgy flavor designed into a classy yet modern two piece. I love them because they are so classy, yet funky and sexy all at once.

What do you think of retro swimwear styles?

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