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Shop The Clothes Right Off Rachel Antonoff's Back — Seriously!

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    Rachel Antonoff is perhaps one of the most charming, down-to-earth designers we have the pleasure of knowing. And her style? Just as adorable, quirky, and unmistakably feminine as she is.

    Needless to say, we couldn't wait to get our greedy little hands on her closet (only for your shopping pleasure, of course). And, Antonoff was oh-so generous enough to hand over more than 40 ultra-covetable pieces straight from her own wardrobe, from ruffled cropped tanks and prim vintage dresses to polka-dot short-shorts.

    Click through to get a glimpse of the loot and remember to click quick if you see something you like. A percentage of all proceeds will go to The Ally Coaltion, an organization created by Rachel Antonoff and the band Fun. to inspire others to take action for LGBTQ equality, so there's no risk of post-shopping guilt here.

    Skip straight to Rachel's closet sale here!

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