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Target Go International: The Re-Launch

13 Mar

It’s been a few months since Target, one of my favesies, has had a new designer collection. This month, they’re re-releasing some of the most classic and consumer favorite items from the past few years of Go International Designers. Here’s a sneak peek of a few pieces I’m particularly excited to snatch up, because I stupidly passed on them the first time around.

This color block dress from Thakoon is going to be absolutely perfect for summer. With a few metallic accessories, just throw it on and you’ve got a complete outfit! $39.99

This sassy dress by Rodarte would be the perfect flirty dress for a date or a night out with the girls. I love the shoulder detail and the sweet, universally flattering peach color. $44.99 Continue reading

Styling Ideas from Tucker for Target

13 Oct

We’ve all officially made it to hump day! The only thing truly getting me through this week is the fact that Friday morning I will be on a plane beside my wonderful boyfriend bound for Los Angeles. Midterm exams are coming up and this little vacay will provide a much needed break. So much for pulling out the sweaters I mentioned here, it might even be warm enough in the City of Angels for a day trip to the beach! But enough about me, the post I planned for today is about some cool ways to transition an outfit from day to night.

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Gaby Basora’s current line for Go International, called Tucker for Target, may only be in stores until October 17th, but inspiration from her well-styled models is here to stay. While going through the press photos for the limited edition line, I was not particularly impressed by the quality or fashion ingenuity of the affordable clothing. However, I was immediately struck by the selection of outfits for display, especially the seemingly effortless layering which would easily transition from work to play. (Teehee, I made a rhyme, unintentionally.) Here are three of my favorite outfits desconstructed, admired mostly for the assembly and not so much the pieces themselves. Continue reading

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