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Here are my top 5 must-haves from this week’s new markdowns:
Free To Be Moved Bra in Grey Sage: I freakin’ love this bra. I have this color and the black/grey camo one. It’s designed to provide medium support for A/B cups, but if you ask me, it feels more like high support. Grab this bra on markdown before it sells out!
$68 -> $39
To The Beat Tight 24″ *Online Only in Titanium: This tight were born out of the SoulCycle collaboration a few months ago; it was so popular, they brought it over to the regular lululemon collection. These are made of Everlux and, to me, are basically the In Movement tight just an inch shorter and with slightly different seaming. These pants are great for spin or any other sweaty indoor workout class.
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$98 -> $69
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Here are my favorites from this week’s new product drop:
Roam Far Wool 3-in-1 Jacket in Black: Hello, technical wool! You can wear this waterproof jacket three ways – wear each layer on it’s own or zip them together for warmth and weather protection in one. Completely customize your look with a removable hood, cinchable waist and cinchable hems. ($548)
Wunder Under High-Rise Tight *28″ *Full On Luxtreme in Vert Shibori Magnet Grey Black Night: I’m almost completely an Align/Fast & Free convert, so it’s not often I pull my Wunder Unders out of the drawer these days. But this pattern has me thinking I might need a new pair of luxtreme WUs. ($118)
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I remember being at Target (completely on accident) the day the Hunter collection dropped in-stores and being blown away by how quickly the line had sold out. There were a couple left-over pairs of boots and a few other random pieces still available but, for the most part, the 30+ shoppers milling about the Hunter display were met by empty shelves.
I’m guessing that scene will be nothing compared to September 14: the day the 20th Anniversary of the Design For All collection drops in stores and online. The collection showcases 20 of the 175+ iconic designer collaborations we’ve seen since “Design For All” debuted in 1999 with a collection from Michael Graves. (See all 20 of the returning designers here.)
Target is also releasing a book and a documentary film to commemorate the occasion.
This archive collection of nearly 300 items will be released in all stores, although the assortment/designers available at each store will vary. We’ll see items in the apparel, accessories, home decor and kitchen essentials categories. Quantities are limited and (like that original Hunter collection I mentioned above) items are expected to sell out F-A-S-T.
Scroll down for the 7 anniversary collection pieces I’m most excited to see making a comeback. Or, shop the full collection here.
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October is my favorite month of the year – I get college football, flannel weather, Halloween costumes, Halloween candy, Trick-or-treating with my niece, haunted houses and my birthday all in one month!
I’ve even affectionately renamed the month Bextober. And my friends have graciously adopted the moniker.
Typically the last thing on my mind during October is wearing a bikini. So why did seeing this Zaful ad while scrolling through my Facebook timeline make me want a Halloween bikini??
Do I need a biniki top with witches, pumpkins, ghosts or bats all over it? Nah, but do I want one now? I mean, yeah, kinda.
I read through some of the zillion comments and it looks like people are mostly on-board the concept.
What do you think? Fun holiday accessory or silly nonsense? Would you rock a Halloween bikini on the beach in October?
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