I love when a designer listens.
Like, asks for your feedback, makes changes, and implements them.
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I remember having this conversation with Rachel Pally about miniskirts. I asked her why she hadn’t included them into her White Label. I told her we would rock them and would live in them. ESPECIALLY as they would not be TOO mini, but short enough to feel sassy…
And Guess What?
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She included them in her latest Summer Collection! I have picked out my favorites for you to peruse through! Buttery yellows, soft corals, bold blues? You ready?
Rachel Pally White Label Summer 2013
I am already envisioning a few of these pieces in my closet. Especially the minis! These legs beg for a mini this HOT summer! Take a look at the whole Summer 2013 Rachel Pally White Label Collection here!
the mini’s are a must have!!!! i don’t know if i’m COMPLETELY sold on her longer dresses though. they seem to be a bit… IDK… like they do nothing for your shape. Kind of like they just hang there… I think I might purchase one to see…
Maybe if the model was curvier? I live in her dresses and have a few outfit pics in them! Shapeless? Not the bit 🙂 You have to try it!!! 🙂
I understand where you’re coming from, Natasha. I have a very rectangular shape, but I think the great thing is that you can always belt many of her maxi dresses. I am dying for that black evander top, full print skirt, and black belt in the lookbook…talk about an outfit I need in my life! 🙂
The minis and tops are great, but. . . when is a plus-size designer going to design for a SHORT woman? Those maxi dresses are beautiful, but they would totally overpower my barely 5’2″ frame. I like the black/white dress and the black top with the long black/tan print skirt, but I’d have to remake them too much. In those two, you could probably just shorten, but with some things, it’s the proportion, too. Way too much work to spend for pricey clothes and then have to have them tailored or remake them yourself.
Rachel Pally does keep an unfinished hem purposely for shortening… but I do hear you! Have you seen my post on petite plus size options?