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[Chelsae Anne Photography]

Top: (c/o) TJ Maxx $12.99/Pants: (c/o) TJ Maxx $24.99/Wedges: (c/o) Dolce Vita via TJ Maxx $39.99/Purse: (c/o) TJ Maxx $29.99/Bracelets: Charming Charlie $10-15/Earrings: H&M $7.95/Sunnies: (c/o) TJ Maxx $12.99

For “This #Maxxinista Life,” I was tasked with putting together a look from TJ Maxx that’s trending – so I choose palazzo pants since they’ve pretty much been one of this summer’s hottest trends and one of my personal faves.

Here’s how you can sport them this season…

Be sure to choose a length and type of pant that works best for your body. Avoid boxy, stiff pants if you’re short and instead, opt for a soft and relaxed look. For taller gals, you can pretty much get away with anything with this style so have at it!

In my opinion, you should wear a cork wedge or a strappy heel with palazzo pants to counter the volume and to make you appear taller and slimmer, especially if you’re super-duper petite like me. However, if you’re taller (lucky!), then you could probably get away with wearing a pair of flat sandals instead of heels.

Choose a top that compliments the pants. For printed pants, select a top that’s simple and for basic pants, opt for a top that’s printed. The key is balance.

I also like to think that the same goes for your accessories with this look. Make sure they are fun and easy and not too put together – think long beaded necklaces, stacks of bracelets, intricate earrings, oversized sunnies and a big floppy hat, if you have one laying around.

With so many different cuts and styles, there’s bound to be one that’s flattering to your body. They look pretty amazing on just about anyone willing to rock them. I know I’ll be, all summer long!

Xo, Stephanie

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