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Hey, everyone. I’m Rachel Zoe, stylist and designer. And here is a sneak peek at my Spring Collection for QVC.
Everything in my collection is under $200.00 and all that accessible glamour. This is one of two leather jackets that I did and I did it in three colors and it’s about to accentuate waist which I love. Amazing biker jacket and I did this in three colors in gray sort of a tan and in black. It’s all about zippers. What more do you want in a jacket?
Clearly, I’m having a leopard moment right now. As much as I love my leopard tuxedo jacket, I love the leopard trench and I get so chic. In fact, I’m going to put it on over my leopard tuxedo jacket. I’m just piling leopard on leopard right now. This is my new spring version of my faux fur vest and to the satin back. It’s so versatile. You can pretty much wear a dress. You can wear it casual. No need for real fur. Everyone needs a classic black tuxedo jacket. This literally is something every girl should have in their wardrobe.
I’d be a mess if I didn’t about my scarves. This season I did a peacock print in four different colors. They are so soft. You can wear them actually as a wrap tied on your bag because it’s a great way to dress up any outfit and add a little a bit of life to something you may be wearing. I really have to say that jewelry was something that I had to do because it’s such a big part of my life. I’ve been collecting it since I was like 12. This is one of my favorite things ever. I did this in black and white and it just adds life to pretty much anything I have-on. Obviously, its super dramatic, super statement piece and I love it.
Okay, FabTV, I hope you love it. I hope you buy it. I hope you wear it and I hope you shut it down. Thank you. It’s a wrap.