Floral Bloom: Back In Stock…

spring-floral-full-skirt - 3 spring-floral-full-skirt - 2 spring-floral-full-skirt - 1 spring-floral-full-skirt - 5 spring-floral-full-skirt - 4Top: Elizabeth and James (also available here and here) | Skirt: Rachel Parcell | Heels: Christian Louboutin (love this similar less expensive style) | Lips: Soar liner and Creme Cup by MAC

I hope you all had an amazing weekend! Back by popular demand, our floral bloom collection has been restocked one last time just in time for spring!! I last wore this skirt in this post over 6 months ago but I feel much cuter in it without a massive belly ;). The dress version of this skirt is here. It would make for the perfect Easter dress/skirt or even for bridesmaids!

Thanks so much for stopping by!!

xo, Rach

Photos by Paige Nicolle


  1. This is such a beautiful skirt design, Rach, no wonder it’s so popular! I love the way you’ve styled it with the trendy bell sleeves this time around, it looks perfect paired with the skirt! Thanks for sharing and I hope you’re having a great start to your Monday so far!



  2. I believe those shoes are not Loubutins, I don’t see red sole. They look more like casadei perhaps?! Just an observation. Beautiful outfit and love pink wall.

  3. Beautiful!

    I sure you are so busy, but I’d love to know the brand and name of the pain on that lovely blush pink wall! Perfect for my baby girl’s nursery. 💕

    1. Hi Kelsey! I actually don’t know, but let me try to find out :) It’s the prettiest shade, especially in real life!

      xo, Rach

  4. I LOVE this skirt!! So glad you brought it back. I am considereing ordering the dress to wear for Easter. American and Greek Easter are on the same day this year.. YAY!!

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  5. Your shoes are not Louboutin. They are Kurt Geiger. What a dishonest thing to do on your blog. You should honor the brands you are actually wearing, and not say they are something else. What a terrible business practice to do on your blog.

    1. Uh, I’m sure she didn’t mean to. Way to assume the worst about people immediately without knowing anything. Bug off.