Hello-Hello and Happy Wednesday!
Today’s post is über-brief, we are swamped with Princess duties and Silly Tilly is off to the vet again. We thought it would be a good time to take a look at the upcoming Jason Wu for Target line.
The collection looks wonderful, with crisp lines and neatly tailored styles,me pieces. Prices for the dress and separates shown above range from $34.99 for the Sheer White Blouse with the ribbon tie (this piece will only be available online) and $29.99 for the Pleated Canvas Skirt in Belize Blue. The Short-Sleeved Dress will set you back a mere $44.99, both pieces on the far right are $39.99.
Below, more styles, some even have a hint of nautical influence.
The accessories with this collection look very good, more from Become Gorgeous:
The practical side of the fashion equation can also be noticed in the accessories section where fairly subdued tones are pretty much the norm. Handbag styles are designed to be summery and practical while shoes are heavily directed towards comfort.
Again, price points are pocketbook friendly, for example, the Blue Floral Bag in the upper left is going to be $39.99.
More from the Journal’s Heard on the Runway blog:
It looks as though Jason Wu has drilled into his signature silhouettes for the Target collection, both for the dresses, and the bags.
His structured Target-Wu handbag looks a lot like the luxe Miss Wu bag that he introduced last year, for instance. And the slim dresses, with seams that emphasize the waist, have the ultra-feminine shapes that has built him a loyal clientelle among society dames.
There are also two cotton canvas bags, both are $39.99, those fond of felines will appreciate the one seen on the left.
Those same cat lovers are probably going to like this next item.
That is one of several scarves in the Collection, it will be $19.99. More separates are shown below, I like the navy and red palette.
Just a few more looks some of the clothing styles.
I apologize to those who saw the post before it was completed,
I somehow gremlins managed to hit ‘publish’ before it was ready.