Dress: Camilyn Beth (also available in rose, fuschia, coral, navy, ivory, and black ) | Shoes: Louise et Cie | Sunglasses: Ray-Ban | Earrings: Off 5th | Watch: Michael Kors | Lips: Nars (Cruella) | Nails: Essie | Purse: Kate Spade (unavailable, similar HERE and HERE)
Hello loves, I am pleased to welcome you to Kait & ko!
Kait & ko. is a Kansas City based fashion and lifestyle blog that embraces the chic, classy, and fashionable influences of today. By acknowledging affordable, trend-setting ensembles with a sprinkle of luxury through words and pictures alike, I hope to inspire ladies to develop charisma through the unspoken language of fashion.
As for myself, I am a twenty-something soon-to-be wife and medical professional. Most of the time, you can find me in Kansas City, St. Louis, or somewhere in between embracing my Midwestern roots. I have quite the taste for fashion and eye for aesthetics which have contributed to establishing a thriving creative outlet: Kait & ko. In my free time, I love cuddling my weenie dog (Marley), building calorie-immense fro-yo creations with my fiance, and shaping dreams into realities.
I love for my personality to shine through my wardrobe, which is why you can generally find me flaunting modest necklines, simple detailing, and a neutral spectrum of hues with a touch of on-trend accessories. Generally, my wardrobe exudes conservative and minimalist vibes—yet maintains a modern, feminine look.
Even though I’m lady of a neutral palate, taking a tip-toe out of my comfort zone isn’t out of the question. This little red number by Camilyn Beth, typically wouldn’t be the first dress to catch my eye since color is a rarity in my closet—I preferred this dress in white (of course!). While the ruffles and high-neck line align with my personal flair, a red ensemble is quite a bold statement to me.
Kait & ko. is my little red dress. It is a tip-toe (actually, more like a colossal leap) out of my comfort zone. I am an incredibly shy girl, so sharing this creative outlet of mine may be shocking to some. It leaves the door wide open for negativity and criticism, which absolutely terrifies me. However, opportunity and success may also come through that open door, which unequivocally excites me.
What if I fall? Oh but my darling, what if you fly? –Erin Hanson