Wool, Tweed and Black Lace..



Fluffy, warm knits paired with a silky lingerie inspired slip or flash of lace; coats and blazers with a pleated skirt paired with cozy cardigans and the softest cashmere..




As the temperatures drop I find myself living in comfy polo necks spiced up with a shiny PVC skirt and sandals, or enveloped in more layers than the michelin man; camis under jumpers and faux fur coats with a gorgeous pair of Topshop leather trousers I can’t seem to wrestle off my legs lately..

What are you wearing this winter?
rachelle xo

Fashion, Rachelle Loves

The Love Affair Continues..

I already devoted a post to declaring excitement/infatuation and a load of other way too excitable ramblings for a new season high street collection last week, but these little beauties have filtered their way under my Zara-radar and left me too hot to not share with you;



The dress is yours for less than £40 and the beautiful palest pink coat will set you back £180, which I think is very reasonable, it’ll ultimately cost you more in dry cleaning..

rachelle xo


Dries Van Noten A/W 2013-14..


The clash of textiles and colour. The juxtaposition of thick woolly socks with the most delicate jewelled barely-there sandals. The Dries Van Noten Autumn/Winter 2013/14 show has played on my mind since the models took to the runway on a cold late-February day, but before being allowed to get too excited we’ve had a season of delicate lace Dolce florals and bright yellow Vuitton checks to enjoy…

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..but sitting on the wettest evening ever to come out of August, tucked up in bed in my favourite silky pair of pyjamas I can finally pour over the most stunning feathered jumpers and shaggy fur coats.

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‘Well I started with menswear and we introduced ball room dancing and ice skating and just let all those female embellishments invade the menswear. We just clashed it together to see what would happen.’ – Dries Van Noten, February 2013.

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Zara Fall 2013 Campaign..


A sneaky email landed in my inbox this morning from my biggest high street weakness, Zara. A few sweeps down the screen of my iPhone and I was already craving everything from the new campaign, once I clicked to view the entire campaign online the cravings turned into full-on need.





I cant wait for these beauties to land in store, I’ll be clashing my floral prints with chambray shirts and keeping warm in the stunning metallic boots and wool coats. Don’t even get me started on the lingerie style dresses.

The TRF line looks just as delicious.


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