In case you didn’t get exactly what you wanted for Valentine’s Day…return his lame gift and get yourself to Target to check out the fabulous baubles from jewelry designers Karen Erickson and Vicki Beamon. Their exclusive collection consists of necklaces, rings and earrings but IMO the real standouts in this collection are the cuffs! They’re priced from $39-$49 and will be available in Target stores and online on February 15th.
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I LOVE these ads!!!
You can’t actually buy anything from the McQ collection until March 4th (unless you live in NYC and then chck out the pop-up store on February 14-15th!), but this is a nice way to pass the time until them…click here to preview some of the looks!!
Once the weather starts to warm up, getting dressed in the morning can be kind of tricky. Since it’s still cool during your morning commute, you can’t totally forgo a jacket, but it’s too warm to keep wearing your winter coat… and at this point you’re probably sick of seeing yourself in it!
So instead of your old coat, try a short trench coat. It’s the perfect solution to transitional dressing because the material is heavy enough to keep you warm (and dry during those April showers), but it won’t make your overheat on a sunny Spring afternoon.
I just saw this trench at Target and I stopped dead in my tracks. The cut is universally flattering and yellow has to be one of my favorite colors for outerwear! It’s a great buy for $39.99 and I can’t think of a better way to say hello to Spring!
I know it feels entirely too early to start thinking about Valentine’s Day, but it is right around the corner! This one-shoulder dress from the Target Go Collection would be just perfect for a romantic date with that special someone or a super-cute dress option if you’re having a girls night out instead! It retails for $39.99 and will be available on-line and in stores on Sunday!
I’m not usually a fan of Orla Kiely… clothes or handbags for that matter. Something about wearing those prints on a bag or a dress feel a little too kitschy for me and they’re pretty pricey so I tend to avoid even looking at her stuff.
Well, Target has found a genius use for all her retro and vintage inspired prints…housewares! When cute pears, dainty dots and geometric flowers end up on an assortment of dishware, glassware, serving ware and on a slew of organizational items, count me in!
I’m not sure what the price points are yet, but you can usually count on Target for pretty inexpensive kitchen items. Look for the collection in stores the first week of February! Kitchen makeover anyone??