Target Re-Releases 34 Designer Dresses This Sunday. I'm Underwhelmed.

Lindsay Ferrier
Beauty & Style
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TargetTarget has released photos of its upcoming designer collaboration anniversary series and frankly, they're a little bit disappointing.

I mean, seriously. Are we really supposed to be excited about this $24.99 Paul and Joe black dress? It looks like it came straight from the Forever 21 reject rack!

Yet it is one of 34 dresses Target is re-releasing this Sunday in honor of the fifth anniversary of its Go International series. Participating designers range from Alice Temperley and Rodarte to Thakoon and Tracy Feith.

Want to see more of my favorite (and I use the term 'favorite' very loosely) looks from the collection?

Keep reading!

 

TargetGot a daughter getting ready for prom? This Luella Bartley for Target ($44.99) dress might work.

 

TargetThis Libertine for Target tunic ($24.99) isn't horrible ... Wait a second. Forget the tunic, I want those wedge sandals ...

 

TargetCheck out this Thakoon for Target Colorblock Shift ($39.99). A wrinkly mess even on the model? Hmm.


TargetAnd here we have the Alice Temperley for Target Voile Ruffle-Front Dress ($34.99). Actually, I wouldn't mind trying this one on...

 

TargetDitto on this Tracy Feith for Target White Dress ($39.99).


TargetI'm definitely drawn to this Thakoon for Target Tie Waist Dress (Target, $39.99) but it's one of those dresses that would look fabulous... or awful.


TargetNow this Tracy Feith for Target dress ($39.99) is CUTE.


TargetAnd this Jovovich-Hawk for Target Dress ($39.99) is TOTALLY ME.

 

TargetI call dibs on this Alice Temperley for Target Swiss Dot Chiffon Dress ($39.99).

 

TargetAnd I'm also liking this Alice Temperley for Target Crepe Dress ($44.99).

Okay, so I'll probably check these dresses out. But keep in mind, these are just ten out of 34 total dresses, and I'm pretty meh on most of these ...

You can see all 34 looks here.

What do you think of this anniversary line?

 

Images via Target.com

 

 

 

 

 

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