Shabby Chic Makes Clothing… Bring On The Wrinkly Linen Dresses!

Designer Rachel Ashwell of Shabby Chic has made the rustic white-and-floral, been-through-the-wash-at-least-a-million-times aesthetic a home decor staple. Though the wrinkly Marie Antoinette look might seem a little hard-to-swallow, it's one of the most easily recognizable and beloved interior styles that has millions have fans around the world (including us!).
This spring, Rachel and her daughter Lily will launch Lily Ashwell for Shabby Chic, a collection of dresses, knits, and separates that will retail for $60 to $275. Expect to see lots of prairie lady dresses in georgettes, linens, and soft cottons, in vintage chintz prints and, of course, whites. Look for the line in Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic Couture stores and on (WWD)

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