Sunday, March 14, 2010
Liberty of London for Target!!
The day has come at last! Liberty of London at Target! Guess who went Saturday night just to see if it was out, saw it was and got waaay overexcited? You guessed it! me. But, it was a print extravaganza, how could I not get excited? Stationary, clothing, bedding wellies, home stuff, everywhere I turned there was more. I tried to keep my cool but still came away with more than I bargained for (Thanks for the most part to J who seeing my excitement and knowing my budget took pity on me)
So, this morning E and I went back to check it out (as she hadn't seen it yet) and I secretly took pics all over Target of the displays. Now, I know you are thinking, "Why do that when I can go to my local target and see it in person?" But I am sorry to say that not all Targets seem to have it..including my moms (sorry mom!) So here you go..
Frames..super cute and inexpensive
Canvas covered bins..
Gift wrap and candles! drool again.
Melamine dishes. Both Targets that I stopped by seemed to be out/ hadn't gotten in the ceramic dishes.
Super nice polished cotton throw pillows (mmm, some with velvet piping)
Gardening stuff! I got my water can and gloves! The one last thing that I really want are a couple of the ceramic planters. Maybe next week if they are still there...
Super adorable lingerie. I mean the bras are fabulously cute.
A wonky shot of one of the dress displays. I thought the clothing was good..for the most part rayons or polished cotton fabric, so you don't miss the quality of the Tana Lawn cotton
Prints on prints on prints! Yes, I splurged on a dress, two shirts and bedding.
Oh, and did I mention the wellies, two frames and gardening gloves? Yup. Splurged. At one point last night I had every piece of clothing on + wellies and was lying on the bed. It was a cacophony of print, and I loved it. J thought it was a little busy.
So, there it is! Well, some of it--some pics didn't turn out or the displays weren't worth shooting. As you can see overall I'm really pleased with what they have done, but I am glad that they didn't use any of my favorite prints like Ianthe or Caesar...it would make them feel a little less special I think. Did you like it?
P.S..did anyone else thing the Gaultier Target line was gross?