Target Finds

Oh Target, how I love thee!  I know I’m not alone in that sentiment.  Seriously how many times do you find yourself feeling totally spoiled because you had time to shop alone at Target?  I mean you, by yourself, perusing the aisles.  Sounds dreamy, right? #dramatic

This was the case for me on Saturday.  I had an errand list a mile long with my last stop of the day being the big red bull’s eye. With coupons, Cartwheel offers, and my Redcard in hand I leisurely strolled the aisles.  I won’t bore you with the food and toiletry items I purchased but I know you’ll love to see the clothes I scored!

First up this perfect Florida-weight french terry shirt. It’s lightweight and short sleeve. These are the things we warm weather gals dream of! The blush color is perfect and now that I work from home I don’t have to worry about verbiage! I bought a medium. It goes perfectly with the new kicks I got for Christmas (similar). My skinny cargo pants were a nice alternative to the usual denim.

I am absolutely in love with this oversized hoodie. It’s cozy and the colors are so pretty. Again it’s lightweight and perfect for Winter and Spring. I bought a medium.

I spotted this beauty right away. The color is stunning and the tie waist is so flattering! Right next to it was a beautiful black print jumpsuit similar). I grabbed it in a medium. Once I got it home and tried it on I realized I should have tried it on at the store, it’s a little big so I need a small. It is very well made with boning in the top to help keep it up and retain it’s shape (although I had to keep pulling it up between pictures because it was just a little too big) I love all the colors in this baby! This print was also available in a short kimono.
Have you been to Target lately? I swear they keep uppin’ the ante – each time I go it gets better and better. If it wasn’t for the giant, red grocery carts I’d never know I was in a discount store! What are you loving lately?
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