So, normally I’m waiting outside Target at 8AM on the Sunday of designer collaborations, but for the latest one I was a day late. My hardworking husband only had Sunday off this week, so I made spending time with him my top priority. (What a good wife, right? Honey, are you reading this?)
So on Monday afternoon after a day of teaching, I dashed to Target. The one closest to my work had nothing, but the one near my home did.
Here’s the good, bad, and the ugly of the Adam Lippes designer collaboration … including terrible dressing room selfies of a very tired teacher!
Do you have great legs and a bigger middle section? This dress is for you! (But not really for pear-shaped me.)
The heels are adorable though, right?
Hint for ordering online … everything runs huge! The tops shown above and below are XS! Right … hello? I know they’re supposed to be oversized, but wow. (Normally I wear a 4 or 6.)
My other complaint about the collection is that so much of it looks so spring/summer to me.
(In this pic, I’m trying to bunch up the dress to see how it would look with a belt.)
There were some pieces that looked like a fall/winter collection.
This coat is an XS. Need I say more? (I think the look on my face says it all!)
Now to my favorites …
Super cute fringy poncho …
And of course it’s horrible over the dress I was wearing today, but I really liked this cowl neck vest.
The only thing I actually bought was this sweater vest.
I’ll wear it tomorrow and sneak in a pic for you guys!
Edited to add:
By the way, the collection includes plus sizes and home decor!
The quality was about what you would expect from the price point … it neither impressed nor disappointed me.
So did you make it to this collaboration? What did you think? What did you buy?
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