Practicing my mugshot face (not that I'll need to use it, of course). I haven't quite perfected the Lindsay Lohan smirk face though.
I've always loved how Target has designer collaborations. Although it would be a dream to have a closet filled with some Anna Sui, Jean Paul Gaultier, Loeffler Randall and Botkier, those just aren't in the cards for this working gal. So every few months a year, I get to have a tiny slice of designer fashion at a price that is a little bit easier to swallow and I've been introduced to some wonderful designers (Rogan, Tracy Feith). Granted it is not on the same level as going into Neiman Marcus for the real deal, but I still like the concept and some of the designs. You'll hear no complaining from this equal opportunity shopper!
I found this Proenza Schouler for Target cardigan at a consignment shop over a year ago and it has been one of my favorite pieces so much that I wished I had taken a serious look at the line when it came out in the stores. It has an interesting print of one of my favorite things (palm trees), plus the fabric feels substantial and not at all like it would disintegrate in the wash anytime soon. I used a hint of inspiration from Lucky magazine and decided to pair this with another new favorite, this wine skirt from Forever 21. I have a million outfit ideas for it and this is just one. I'll try not to get you guys sick of this skirt by wearing it every other day like I really want. And, your welcome. :)
Are you a fan of the Target designer collaborations? If so, what has been your favorite line to date?
White petal blouse-Forever 21
Gray/Blue cardigan- Proenza Schouler for Target
Burgundy wool skirt- Forever 21
Gray wedges- Yesstyle.com