I don’t know about you, but I can get lost in Target. For hours!! I go in there for a handful of things and the next thing I know my husband is calling me to see if I’m ok.
Now that Joanna Gaines is starting a line for Target, OH MY!!! My husband, may not see me for weeks!!
Last week, I went into to Target for a minute (like that was ever going to happen) and noticed their cute Fall fashion. Target seems to really be upping their game when it comes to fashion.
They have a new clothing line called “A New Day”. It’s very fashion forward without making you looking like a teenager. Which is good because my goal is always, to be trendy, look my age, but NOT dress like my mother. This line is terrific and, bonus, it’s affordable.
While I was at Target, I found some really fun, fall fashion items that won’t break the bank. This dress is so pretty and comes in 3 prints. If you like dresses a little longer this will be perfect with either tall boots or heels.
If you’re looking for fun, affordable shoes for Fall, these are super cute for running around town. Velvet – yes!!!!!
I don’t mind spending good money on good core pieces for my wardrobe. Especially if I will use them quite a bit. But, for trendy items that may or may not be in fashion next year, inexpensive is the way to go. That way if a shirt or dress doesn’t last until next year, it’s OK, I don’t have to feel guilty about spending the money.
On this Target trip, I found this awesome embroidered sleeve utility jacket.
This jacket will be perfect for running around town, taking my daughter to her activities, errands, and my favorite activity – antiquing. It’s light but not too light. It’s not lined, so you can bulk up with layers underneath on colder days.
It can get super cold here in TN, but usually not until Jan or Feb and we don’t normally get much in the way of snow. So, I need to stay warm, but I don’t need a down parka with a hood.
I’ve paired the jacket with a simple shirt, skinny jeans, and booties. It would be really cute with a denim shirt and winter white jeans.
You’re probably not going to launder a jacket very often, but when you do, I would turn this one inside out and wash it on a gentle cycle. Dry on a light cycle for about 15 mins and then hang dry. This is how I wash my jeans as well.
In case you missed it, here are my favorite boots for this Fall.
God bless you,
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