Spanish Senorita and Passion 4 Fashion Linkup

 I never actually intended to post these photos here on the blog. We actually took them for some promotional material for Yosa. But i am all out of outfits posts after a crazy busy week,when are they not crazy i hear you say, and you’re completely right.. how i’m still sane i’ll never know.
With Sky Fibre going down (and still is whilst i type) meaning NO INTERNET for the past 24+hrs  makes writing blogs and mail shots and updating an online store virtually impossible. Thank god for 4g and hotspots and friends willing to lend you there houses so you can use their internet, is all i can say!
On top of that Yosa is doing so amazingly well i’m literally giddy with happiness and possibly tiredness due to working till 12.30 most nights then back up at 6am, so yes giddy happy/giddy tired.. (I should probably mention here that if you didn’t already know Yosa is an online Statement Jewellery company i founded, its fabulous jewellery for fabulous ladies like you.. be sure to swing by and check us out..!)

So yes on to the outfit, I was so inspired by the D&G Spring/Summer collection with all the gorgeous red and blacks and rich florals, a mix of Spanish señorita and Sicilian prints, i just had to recreate my own everyday version. This scarf is my absolute favourite scarf that has ever existed ever, everrr. Its such a beautiful bold colour and exquisite print (and obviously an absolute fraction of the price of anything D&G lolz!). I went with the senorita vibes and paired it with a beautifully flowy black H&M dress, one of the green Everyday Clutches and my lace up sandals.
The finishing touches were the Delicate Dazzle Earrings and the Silver bracelet all from Yosa.  Obviously owning an accessories company has its perks and wearing stock for promo photos is definitely one of them *winks*


Clutch Bag

Earrings & Bracelet

Sandals: Next

Dress: H&M

Do you own and scarves that you absolutely adore? I can see so much wear with this one( you can see it worn here casually), even through autumn and winter it’s the perfect pop of colour.

PS Yosa is now on Facebook! I would love for my Rachel The Hat blogging buddies to come swing by and give us a like here!!

Thank yooouuuu!!!

And there’s a little 10% off code for Facebook Likers too: 

An InLinkz Link-up


  1. July 10, 2015 / 5:54 am

    Beautiful look and I have fallen for your scarf.

  2. July 10, 2015 / 7:23 am

    The colours! It's a bold statement, but a beautiful one. I tend to wear these colours in winter, you've shown they can be paired in summer too. Will swing by your Facebook soon! Thanks for the discount code!
    Donna xx

  3. July 10, 2015 / 8:39 am

    Ola Senorita!! Really love that scarf, so vivid. Thanks for hosting x

  4. July 10, 2015 / 10:33 am

    This scarf is so fun!! I love that it participates in the fringe trend, but in a totally different way!
    Southern Elle Style

  5. July 10, 2015 / 12:44 pm

    You look like you should be in Barcelona.


  6. July 10, 2015 / 1:31 pm

    Love this, that scarf is perfection on you!

    Maria xxx

  7. July 10, 2015 / 2:02 pm

    Not having internet access is like cutting me off from food. You don't realize how much you use it until you lose access. What a beautiful look, I like how you wore the pretty scarf.


    Would love for you to stop by & join TBT Fashion link up.

  8. July 12, 2015 / 12:44 am

    You look gorgeous! I love how the scarf looks draped over your shoulders and the print is lovely too. Thanks for linking up to Flashback Fashion Fridays!
    Jeans and a Teacup

  9. July 13, 2015 / 9:03 am

    Rachel you make the perfect Spanish señorita…!! I've always loved you in red, and even though you don't have the raven tresses any more it still looks fabulous on you. Well done for Yosa doing so well, I feel your pain abut working so late every night…!!!!!

    Thank you for hosting my lovely, hope you had a great weekend 🙂

    Catherine, Not Dressed As Lamb x

  10. July 13, 2015 / 10:36 am

    What a gorgeous scarf, that brings both colour and some ethnicity to the black dress. So pretty! I've got a similar scarf in black and have to try and create a similar look. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Anett | Tall Girl's Fashion

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