Friday, February 18, 2011

Target will re-release 34 favorite dresses from past Go International designer collaborations!

On March 13, Target will celebrate the 5th anniversary of their immensely popular Go International designer collaborations by re-releasing 34 top-selling dresses by some of the biggest names in fashion. All dresses will be under $50.

I don't know about you, but for me this is incredibly good news. As you may know by now, I am obsessed with dresses. (I also love Target, designers, and things that cost less that $50s, so this is everything I love).

Want to start planning which dresses to snatch up come March? Well, here's a comprehensive list of which ones to expect.

Behnaz Sarafpour Rogan Tara Jarmon


Jonathan Saunders Paul & Joe

Rodarte

Erin Fetherston

Zac Posen

Tracy Feith

Luella Bartley

Proenza Schouler

Richard Chai


Libertine

Alice Temperley

Jovovich-Hawk

Tucker

Thakoon



My favorites are...
-the Behnaz Sarafpour
-the lacy Rodarte with the bow on the shoulder
-both of the dresses by Zac Posen
-both dresses by Tracy Feith
-the Proenza Schouler dress with the bustier bodice
-the black and white Libertine
-all three Alice Temperley dresses
-the black and white and the floral Thakoon

As for which I will actually buy, only time and the dressing room mirror will tell.

Obviously, I'm excited, but I must also admit to being a bit disappointed. Since they chose which dresses to bring back based on sales, there are some pretty boring not-very-special dresses being re-released and a lot of one-of-a-kind ones that will not be coming back, such as these from Zac Posen...

...or some of the more whimsical ones from Erin Fetherston...


I worked at target for one the the five Go International years, and Erin Fetherston's line came out near the beginning of my tenure. Unfortunately, I was not quite so bold in my fashion choices back then and I let her lovely red satin pieces and peter-pan collars, which I loved (even at the time), slip by because I didn't have the confidence to wear them. I could kick myself for that.

If there's one piece of fashion advice I could give you it's to not miss opportunities. Never play it safe just because you're afraid of taking risks.

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