Kaitlynn Carter sparkles in shimmery '70s-inspired sequin dress: 'Disco ball vibes'
Kaitlynn Carter's latest look is giving fans serious "disco vibes."
The 33-year-old blogger shared a photo to Instagram over the weekend sporting a sparking mini-dress from celeb-approved brand Retrofête ($786 CAD/ $615 USD).
"Love this wallpaper. Love this Retroféte dress," she captioned the post for her more than 950,000 followers.
Carter's stunning '70s-inspired dress was met with applause from fans who couldn't get enough of "The Hills: New Beginnings" star's bold look.
"Love your outfit," one person commented, while another wrote, "Love your dress."
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"You were made for that dress!" someone else added.
"So whimsical!" another commented
"First of all, everything in this picture is gorgeous" a fan said. "Especially you, but the clothes, the mirror, the wallpaper, all of it is hot!"
"Disco ball vibes! Loving this look on you so much. Very '70s. So beautiful!" added another.
One person praised Carter for rocking the bold mini-dress so soon after having a baby. Carter and her boyfriend, Kristopher Brock, welcomed their son, Rowan Carter Brock, on Sept. 30 of last year.
"Can't believe you just had a baby! I wouldn't be able to wear a dress like this for years after pregnancy, they said. "You go, girl," they wrote.
Despite the praise Carter received for her look, the star has been the unfair recipient of criticism from fans for wearing "revealing" clothing now that she's a mom.
Earlier this year, Carter spoke out after fans shamed the blogger for sporting a low-cut top to a New Year's Eve party.
"I've always read about women being criticized for their choices once they'd become mothers, but this is my first personal experience with it," Carter wrote to fans after receiving backlash for the look.
"Over the course of my time on Instagram, I've worn a number of 'revealing' outfits, and no one's been concerned. All of sudden now it's so shocking ! It's very sad to me that that's the world we're living in," she continued."You're expected to dress one way pre-children and another way post."
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