Ted Baker

Emerald City









-Photos by NR-

Top: c/o OASAP strips crop top  | Bottom: KTRcollection “Custom Fit” green midi skirt (COMING SOON) | Shoes: Steve Madden | Glasses: Lumete | Bag: Ted Baker | Bracelet: Alexis Bittar cuff

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Will I ever get tired of midi skirts and crop tops? Probably not. It’s my drug… :)

I’ve been eying this fabric for months and I kept telling myself, I need to look for something else but every time I see this roll of emerald green perfection, I just can’t stop starring. Finally, when I came back to the fabric store, the roll was down to only a few yards. Of course, you always find yourself “wanting” something more than ever when it’s nearly gone, right? Purchased the very last piece of fabric and made it into this. It’s just a basic full length but it’s so elegant and feminine. What I love is the color and the simple silhouette which goes with practically anything.

xo, K


The Snow Leopard







{Photos by NR}

Dress: KTRcollection white leopard dress | Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Bag: Ted Baker | Accessories: A.B.S by Allen Schwartz bangles

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Anyone who knows me know I’m a bit wild…for leopard prints. It’s my instant pick-me-up, a neutral that’s always in season and can elevate any ensemble from drab to well,  kinda fab. But what’s even better is when your average feline takes on a wild color turn such as red, green, pink, and yes, the classic black and white! Will I ever get enough?

Well for now, those little spots is probably not going to fade anytime soon in my little book of fashion. xo

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Going for Red








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Top: F21 | Bottom: KTRcollection midi skirt | Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Bag: Ted Baker clutch | Accessories: Tory Burch leopard bracelet, Amelie pink stone cuff c/o Eselvi Designs, vintage onyx ring, vintage earrings

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It’s really hard being serious (for photos) if you see the kind of poses my husband would ask me to do, maybe I’ll save some for outtakes one day….but sometimes, the best photos are captured unplanned and candidly, in a secluded alley wearing your favorite little DIY red skirt.

NYFW: Ted Baker x LookMazing







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Top: Ted Baker floral print top | Bottoms: ASOS skirt (sold out: similar here and here) | Shoes: Valentino | Bag: Valentino

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My first day in NY didn’t start out so well…The minute we landed, I had a bad case of food poisoning and was literally hurling out my stomach every 15 seconds from 6AM to 12PM…Luckily I felt better (sorta) and got myself out of bed to head out to co-host the Ted Baker x LookMazing event with my fabulous new babe, Tommy of MyBelonging.

Even though I was still not 100% I had such an amazing time, but the best part was meeting my readers and hanging out with my blogger bestie Sabrina. It was her birthday but she was so kind to be there with me and capture these moments on camera. I do regret not taking many details shots of the clothing because Ted’s Fall collection was to-die-for. From the beautifully constructed peplum jackets to the floral printed dresses, skirts and pants, to the vibrant jumpsuit, down to the colorful crystal encrusted pumps and the mo-hawk blue hair clutch. I mean everything was fabulous! Here’s one of the looks I styled!

Thanks for stopping by and as always thanks for your support! Kisses!



These Prabal Gurung x Target neon sandals are the cutest little thing that ever got packaged into a box and placed on a Target shelf (right along side those pet pillows). The only thing was the straps kept slipping off (even when bucked in the silver latch), which sent me flying a few times across the room when all I wanted to do was strut like a model. Oh well. I blame my chubby ankles. Not the shoes. It just can’t be the shoes. :)




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Playsuit: Ted Baker playsuit (others I love for less here, here, here, here and here) | Shoes: Prabal Gurung x Target neon ankle straps heels | Jewelry: gold cuffs (similar here) | Glasses: Roberto Cavalli

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Playsuits and I have always had a love/hate relationship. I love them because they are versatile and overall very convenient. It’s pretty awesome that you can throw on something and not have to figure out what top or bottom to pair it with because it’s a one piece.  I just wish someone can make them a little more public restroom friendly. Does anyone else feel my pain?