Roberto Cavalli

Maxi Moment






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Dress: KTRcollection Maxi Moment dress (worn backwards with deep V) | Hat: Rafia sun hat c/o | Shoes: Steven Madden ReaLuv sandals | Glasses: Roberto Cavalli | Accessories: ASOS wide band ring set, body chain necklace (similar here), Belt: from BCBG dress (similar here and here)

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Some say that maxi dresses can overwhelm a short frame ( 5 feet 1/2″ to be precise) but I say it can elongate legs and make you seem ethereal. I also love maxi dresses because they are the perfect solution to looking glam and not even having to shave my legs….They can be dressed down with cute flats for those easy breezy days or glammed up with heels and accessories for fancy pool parties, dinner dates or just a night out.

Btw – Many thanks to everyone for the positive feedback on the launch of my online boutique KTRcollection! I really appreciate all of your kind words & support and I want to say thank you again for coming along with me on this journey. xo

Go With The Flow







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Top: Forever 21 crochet top (same here) | Bottoms: Bebe pleated maxi skirt (same here) | Shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti | Glasses: Roberto Cavalli | Bag: Louis Vuitton | Earrings: c/o 2 Hello Beautiful | Lips: Mac “Girl About Town”

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Whenever I wear maxi skirts I feel so effortlessly feminine. I love the ethereal vibe of these long skirts, especially the ones that are lightweight and has an easy, breezy flow. However, what I love most are the endless styling options! Maxi skirts can be paired with crop tops (my favorite of course), chambrays, knits, blouses, tees, leather/denim jackets or blazers, you name it! Best of all, sandals, boots and flats all looks great with maxis. What can I say, it’s just a universal item that goes well with everything. :)

Below are a few of my past maxi looks. It’s obviously I love maxis. Which one is your favorite?



The Side Panels





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Top: American Apparel | Bottom: Aqua side panel tuxedo skinnies (similar here, here, here, here and here) | Shoes: Ivanka Trump pink bow sandals | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff studded bag | Glasses: Roberto Cavalli aviators

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The side-panel pants, once known as the tuxedo pants and typically reserved for menswear are the new “IT” pants for the ladies this season. With the clever positioning of a single vertical stripe, wearing these pants gives out the illusion of long legs.

What I particular love about these side panel pants is that it makes the decision to wear black or white pants so much easier. Not to mention the classic combination of black and white is forever a classic. This look is chic, effortless, can be dressed up with a blouse/blazer or worn casually with a tee or a sweatshirt. I went for the comfy sweatshirt look.

Ladies, what are your thoughts on these side panel pants?