Rachel Parcell x Wunderkin Co. Collection

April 03, 2017

Rachel Parcell x Wunderkin Co. Collection

We are so excited to be collaborating on our second collaborative collection with fashion designer and blogger, Rachel Parcell. The bows in the collection were inspired by Rachel's elegant and feminine style, as well as the the beautiful bond between her and her adorable daughter Isla. 

This photoshoot by Page Nicole Photography has us swooning over Easter goodness and dreaming of spring "mommy and me" adventures. 

Be sure to checkout Rachel's stunning new pieces at www.rachelparcell.com on April 3rd, 2017. 

 

Blush Oversized Schoolgirl Bow 

 

Pink Seer Sucker Oversized Bow

 

 Pink Seer Sucker Oversized Bow 

 

 Blush Velvet Oversized Bow 

 

 Pink Seer Sucker Oversized Bow 

 

  Pink Seer Sucker Oversized Bow 





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