In case you’ve been under a rock lately (or just really focused on saving the world), another Target collab is upon us. Introducing, designers behind the brand Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos. Both known for their wildly vivid use of colors, patterns, and prints that feel both feminine and tough at the same time.
What should you expect from the collection?A lot of layering, mixing, matching, and pairing of prints. The duo is also featuring a new collection of accessories including swimwear, bags, sunglasses, shoes, and beach towels.
I don’t know about you, but my wardrobe has been consisting of a lot of black this winter (by choice). It’s very refreshing to come across such bold hues, and exciting even as a glimpse into Spring. Try something new right?
Here are my 10 favorite pieces from the Peter Pilotto for Target collection!
Let’s start with our “play life”, because that’s my favorite part of getting dressed. Being able to have fun with it, no restrictions, your rules, your look. I love the concept of mixing floral or feminine patters with and edgier, tough print. All you need to finish the look is a great pair of strappy black heels. The model styled my favorite dress from the collection by laying a long sleeve tee underneath. Makes it versatile for warmer and cooler environments. The bustier swimsuit top can easily be transformed into a great fit for a night on the town. I would pair it with a full skater skirt for a night out with my girls, or with flowy pants like the model for a trip to the beach.
(L to R: Rash Guard in White/Black Print, $29.99 ; Dress in Purple Floral Print, $69.99 ; Bikini Top in Green/White Print, $22.99; Bikini Bottom in Green/White Print, $16.99 ; Bikini Top in Black/White Print, $22.99 ; Bikini Bottom in Black/White Print, $16.99)
Ok enough play, let’s move on to work wear. I love that my favs picked from this genre of fashion allows you to express yourself at work while still being professional … probably more suitable for creative work fields.
Now how fun and colorful are these options for work? If prints and patterns are too much for your conservative work environment, then pair the cardigan with a crisp white button up, tailed black trousers, and pointy toe pumps. I love the pairing of the blazer and the leggings and the belted jacket styled with shorts on the models.
(L to R: Moto Jacket in Blue Netting Print, $59.99 ; Shirt Dress in Red Floral/Check Print, $34.99; Cardigan with Blue/White/Black Colorblock, $34.99; Cardigan in yellow/White/Black, $34.99 ; Blazer in Blue/Black/White Colorblock, $49.99 ; and Blouse in Blue Floral Print/Lace $34.99)
Which pieces will you be waiting in line for or ordering online tomorrow at 8am?
For more information and the entire collection, visit the Target site here.