Thursday, August 14, 2014

Top 3 Picks from Altuzarra for Target

Altuzarra for Target structured crane dress

It's here! The full Altuzarra for Target lookbook landed in my inbox today, and while I wasn't totally on the money with my predictions (no cutouts or faux shearling), I was right about those slits, which make an appearance in each of my favorite looks from the collection.

First up is an Asian-inspired structured dress with crane embroidery at the collar paired with ankle strap heels and a faux croc belt. Striking, no?

Next is a killer mix of bold python prints on a sweatshirt and pencil skirt. (I'm loving the green.)
Altuzarra for Target python print

And, finally, more cranes on an off-the-shoulder sweater paired with a black jacquard pencil skirt. The best part of this outfit, though, might just be those buckled and laced ankle boots.
Altuzarra for Target crane swatshirt and jacquard pencil skirt

Altuzarra for Target will be available September 14 at both Target and NET-A-PORTER, with prices ranging from $17.99 to $89.99. You can check out the full lookbook here.


  1. Wow! This is one of the most elegant of all the collabs Target has done so far! I love the trench coats!!

  2. I was thinking the same thing. It's defnitely more understated than a lot of the Target collabs.

  3. Hi - I would love to see the finished faux shagreen console table and shelf. Could you send me the pictures? I am wanting to do the same project. thk u

  4. I'm happy to send photos if you leave me your email address. The project came out beautifully, though it did take a lot longer than I expected (something like 12-15 hours total). I just moved out of the country, and all my furniture is in transit, but I can send you photos in late February/early March when everything arrives. :)

  5. Hi Marissa, thank you! My email is Out of interest, how much did it cost you in total to cover the parsons console? Thanks again.

  6. I can't really remember, Josephine. Sorry! I think it was about $150 for all the materials.