This is the first of two Target dressing room reviews. I really liked a few of the pieces I tried on, but with the vacation coming up I didn’t want to go crazy at a store I can shop at all the time. I’m dreaming of beautiful stores that I don’t have in town. If anybody wants to throw out suggestions of places to shop, or things we should do in the Detroit, Michigan area let me know. We have a whole week to roam around.
I liked the stripes better than the solid colors, but I think I would have like Navy and white better. A detail I really liked was that instead of the flowers being tacked on by one or two stitches they actually were pinned on. On a scale of 1-5 I give it a 4.
I tried on a few maternity dresses I happened to spy on my way to the dressing room. They had a bit of an Anthropology or Shabby Apple look to them. This was one of the maternity items that are cut specifically for maternity. It didn’t fit on top at all. I do however, love the skirt part’s pattern. On a scale of 1-5 I give it a 2, but if I actually was in need of maternity clothes I would pick this one up in a heartbeat.
Sorry I couldn’t find it online
I think this was my favorite dress out of all of them that I tried on. I think the teal color is even better in person. It is a nice length that is modest, but not dowdy. The tiers fall just right. The fabric feels luxurious, but I believe it was under $25. On a scale of 1-5 I give this one a 4. My only concern is if it would wrinkle too easily.
Now these are the items I came home with. Nothing special just a few things I have been needed or wanting for awhile. A jean jacket, cardigan, shorts (worn here), and skirt. I look forward to styling them for you later.