My Style: Rachel Pally Shows Us Around Her Los Feliz Digs

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    If you stalk celeb style like us, then Rachel Pally must seem like an old pal (pun intended). If not, here's the 411: She’s the brilliant designer behind all of those super-flattering maxis you’ve seen on everyone from SJP and Beyoncé to Jennifer Aniston and Katy Perry. As you can see from the dazzling list of her famous fans, Pally's threads are versatile enough for every style sentiment. But the best part is, these fine jersey frocks are comfy-yet-cool enough to wear during an errand-packed afternoon or a swank-ified night. And, after hanging with this West Coast empress, we found that Pally's personality and airy abode are just as warm and inviting as her wares. Want proof? Cruise through to read our fun convo with the designer, peep some seriously stunning interior snaps, and get ready to really try RP on for size.

    If you get the shopping itch after all that talk about pretty clothes (we don't blame you!) — we also happen to have a super-exclusive Reserve deal, offering $100 off of everything on Rachel's site. Check it out on our Reserve site. See you in the tabloids next? We hope so!

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