With a Honours Degree in Fashion Business – and a wardrobe to back up her love of fashion – Rachel Lawler launched Tender Loving Style in 2015 as a place to showcase Scotland’s style and what it meant to her.
Fast forward over three years’ and Rachel has been lucky enough to progress the website into an award-nominated platform, working with international brands including Emporio Armani, CitizenM Hotels, Marks and Spencer and many more.
Although the blog has been a big part of Rachel’s life since its launch, it certainly wasn’t the first beginning of her journey in the exciting industry. Rachel started her career at one of Scotland’s leading boutique lifestyle PR agencies before going on to work as the head of personal shopping at one of the world’s most well-known department stores.
She has been lucky enough to work with respected titles including Evening Times, The Herald, The Daily Record and STV.
As a writer for Scotland’s leading wedding magazine, Rachel has ventured into the exciting world of weddings, something she introduced to her blog following her engagement in summer 2018. Alongside the addition of a new wellbeing section, which was brought in as a permanent blog fixture after her very open and honest mental health stories, the once little blog has taken some seriously big steps over the few short years.
With exciting plans for the blog and brand’s future, she’s delighted Tender Loving Style continues to grow. Because everyone needs a little style TLC…
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