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Ok, I’ll Jump on the Jason Wu Bandwagon

11 Jan

I reported and was excited to hear that Jason Wu would be the next designer collab with Target. And because I was busy with my day job Tuesday, I defer to the lookbook on one of my favorite sites, as always, Racked. The clothes and bags look great and I love that everything is under $60 (one of my favorite and affordable outfits I’ve pictured here). But thanks to Pulsed, I have something you can use now. I’m not usually a coupon person, but what the heck. Jamba Juice is offering select 12 oz. and 16 oz. smoothies for $1 and $2 (plus tax) through January 19.

Meanwhile, Target currently has the Bullseye Bodega (if a real bodega had what Target has stocked, it would be a Costco). It’s not the same as the pop-ups that the retailer set up throughout New York City some time back. What it is: multipacks of everything, supersized shampoos, etc…. You get the idea. So if you don’t belong to a warehouse club, hit Target now. I even saw some infant items and kitchenware as well.

 

 

 

OK, I Thought I Could at Least Make a Buck

27 Sep

I’m a lunatic. But I am also about to prove the point I made in my last post. And I promise this is my last post about Missoni for Target. I’m currently in Boston, a city I LOVE! And my dearest friend, Maria, and I took a trip back down memory lane to our alma mater, Brandeis University, and reaffirmed why we are friends. A leisurely drive from Jamaica Plain, through the Fens to Back Bay, then Cambridge–I had an itinerary in mind to get to Waltham that included a visit to the Target (I believe formerly Ann & Hope) in Watertown, a town where I once worked at a Super 8 during college as a front desk clerk (yes, I certainly paid my dues).

I admit (even though my stepmother is reading this), I planned my trip to Boston with stops at Target locations along the way that had some sort of Missoni stock. I bought and then returned a black-and-white chevron travel tote because that style wasn’t selling on eBay (it had no practical use for me). And what my friend and I discovered in that Target in Watertown was that items not selling on eBay are being returned. (We were just a mile down the road from Harvard Business School–could students there be thinking the same?) And it seems to be mostly black-and-white–colored items, including the space-dyed polo dress and black-and-white strappy knit dress. Amazingly, there was a lot of bedding available, more chipped picture frames and…. tons of heels (above and right). My friend Maria is Italian and is quite picky about quality (as we all should be!). While our eyes became wide when we saw all the sizes available–and the thought that we could buy one pair each for ourselves and buy one pair to sell on
eBay–our excitement was quickly dashed. First, the shoes also aren’t selling on eBay. But probably, and more importantly, (this is where I prove the point I made in my last post) the dyes were running. You can see the ivory-colored chevron in the photos are marred with black dye. And our hands were stained after handling them.

I read on Racked.com that a fellow blogger said Missoni would devalue its brand by doing this collaboration, and I now agree. But if you still desire a piece, start loving the black-and-white prints and look for those items on eBay (many of them are selling for below retail), accept running dyes on your shoes (and who knows what other pieces) and watch for returns of some of these styles. I bet, like most of the other designer collaborations with Target, you will find many items on the 30% off sale rack in the coming months.

Note: Later this week, I will completely veer off this subject as I check out the bike-sharing program in Boston that will soon be coming to the streets of New York–and it is a bargain!

 

 

Zigzag on the Cheap

18 Aug

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Travel Tote, $49.99; Twister Carry-On Luggage, $169.99

I’m a little late on the bandwagon in writing about this, although I’ve known about it for quite a while. And I thought it was great simply getting little Missoni bags for free at Barneys! But very soon, as many already know, you may be able to own much more than a little sack from the famed Italian family’s knitwear empire. Yes, I’m talking about the upcoming Missoni for Target collection.

Sleeveless Sweater, $29.99 (Target.com only); Floral Blouse, $39.99; Pleated Knit Skirt, $39.99; Hat, $24.99 Space-Dye Tights, $16; Slouchy Bag, $34.99; Silk Scarf (tied on bag), $19.99; Ballet Flats, $29.99

I happen to own a Missoni bag that I bought at Loehmann’s ages ago for less than $300 (that is a bargain, considering it was originally closer to $900). It has taken a beating and I could use a new one, so the timing of this collection couldn’t be better–nor the price! According to Target, the line–more than 400 items in all–will range in price from $2.99 to $599.99, with most items selling for under $40. And the company says that it will also include luggage (above), clothes for both adults and children (left), accessories (shoes included; below, right), beauty items and even housewares (below, left). Everything looks amazing.

Pumps, $39.99

Three-piece Ceramic Puzzle Trays, $19.99 each

I’m particularly looking forward to the bedding and towels, tabletop items, rugs and picture frames (clothes, bags and shoes goes without saying). Although the only furniture is really a patio set, if I were to spend the $599.99 (this is the most expensive item), I would plunk that in my living room (below, right). But I’m especially loving the bike ($399.99; below, left); it would look great cruising along all those New York City bike lanes.

Three-Speed Ladies’ Comfort Bike, $399.99 (Target.com only)

Four-piece Patio Sectional, $599.99 (Target.com only)

The line goes on sale starting September 13, and will probably sell out quite quickly. There will be some items available only online. For those who live in New York City, I suggest you go to New Jersey locations (no sales tax on clothes at all) that aren’t easily accessible by public transportation if you want to beat out all the other fashionistas. I’m not giving out the ones I’ll hit; you’re on your own with that. (Hint: one is in a Hudson County town whose name includes the name of another county.)

Because I’m not going to download all 400 images, I’ll refer you to Racked, another great site dedicated to retail that has all the pictures. However, below are just some of the other items I’ve got my eyes on, so stay out of my way (kidding). Happy bargain-hunting!