I drove in the rain to Target only to get to the store and see workers still unpacking boxes on the floor. I didn't get to see very much, so I'll just review the items I did see and buy.
Clothing-I bypassed the women's because I was disappointed by all the poly fabrics. I don't know why, but I always associate Liberty prints with cotton. The toddler section had hardly been stocked, but I loved all the pieces that I did see. Everything was cotton and I picked up some dresses for the baby girl(aka my three year old niece).
I also stopped by the girl's section to look for another niece. They had smocked tube top style dresses that I passed on because I remember smocked bodices itched me like crazy as a child. There was one dress though that I liked, and in a size that looked like it would fit me. It did! The L size was too tight in the ribcage, but the XL fit with some excess material at the top.
I adjusted it with a paper clip, but I would need some stitches there to create a sweetheart neckline. I would also want the skirt taken up a couple of inches to make it more of a playful babydoll style.
I'm not sure if I'm keeping it because my style has been changing a bit, but the quality is very good for $16.99. It is 100% cotton and has the prettiest pink lining.
Detail shot of fabric:
Housewares-They had also put out the tumblers and dishes but I passed on those too. I assumed they would be glass and ceramic like the Tjord Boontje collection but they were all melamine.
No bedding for me either because I have stacks of 60's/70's vintage flower power linens in my closet.
I then ran to Sephora to check out some YSL lipgloss that I had seen on Hanneli's blog. I didn't count on having to budget for $30 for lipgloss. Bah. I pouted my way down to to MAC and saw they had their Liberty of London collaboration. I bought the Perennial High Style lipglass, which isn't YSL, but it is a bright creamy coral in the prettiest package. Plus, the price was right at $14.
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