Rachel Zoe Keeps Non-Toddler Soiled Clothes In Her Car Too

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Rachel ZoeIn one of the few genuine “stars! They’re just like us!” moments, Rachel Zoe confirms that you aren’t alone in keeping an extra t-shirt, or seven, in your car in cases of mass barfing or spillage. The mother of 22-month-old Skyler Morrison has also resorted to the car as back-up wardrobe tactic. (But her shirts probably cost way more than yours)

Rachel Zoe gives People magazine her ultra sleek celebrity style tips since having a kid — and frankly, you and I could have written them:

“[I wear] more black because I tend to get things spilled on me all the time. I need my clothes to be more durable and a little less precious.”

In addition to opting for darker garments, pretty much a cornerstone in the transition to motherhood, Rachel Zoe also keeps garments in that handy automobile:

Adds Zoe, “I usually keep a backup something in the trunk of my car. I also think the beauty of being a designer is that I have my collection in my office and I have my collection in my home, so I tend to do a lot of quick changes and carry around baby wipes.”

Well, admittedly, that is one spot she has you beat. In what other profession can a working mother say “damn it! Not another YSL sequin jumpsuit!” and simply pull a fresh one from an adjacent rack?

(photo: FayesVision/