“I don’t do fashion. I am fashion.“ – Coco Chanel
Who What Wear and their ongoing capsule collections hit the racks at Target’s across the country early last year. It’s a sensation that hasn’t slowed down with one monthly collection outdoing the next. The best part, with a price point of $50 and under, Target now has that designer like look without the designer price tag.
Inspired by fashion influencers, Who What Wear began in 2006 as an online fashion editorial. With a dream of landing their own collections in Target when they launched, it’s clear the dream has materialized with an ongoing sensational series of collections! This month’s collection has some outstanding pieces. My absolute favorite was this knit tee with bows on the sleeves. Classic with a twist is the essence of the collection. Paired with athleisure pants reminiscent of Adidas without the high price point, these joggers could easily be dressed up for a night out or dressed down to run around town. I tossed on some red fringey sandals from last season at Banana Republic. Sandals easily change up the look from day to night. The ribbon ties on the tee sleeves lent the sweetest touch! The devil is in the details and this collection is loaded with the most interesting details to captivate the eye.
Much of the collection this month centers around the black and white theme. Always fresh and classic, I gravitate to the basics of black and white for much of my wardrobe. Gingham is always on point in my book and I scooped up this Who What Wear checked shell as it goes with just about everything I have in my closet. With the perfect ruffle, the top paired beautifully with a classic pair of high waisted black leggings from Alice and Olivia. This pair is from a few seasons ago but I’ve tagged similar looks. These Witchy mules are so fun! In the hippest black leather with silver buckle detail, they go with just about anything. From skinny jeans to mini skirts and dresses, I’m guessing you won’t take these stylish beauties off! The bag is also by Who What Wear. The design is one of the coolest I’ve seen and looks far more expensive than it’s price point. I’m impressed with the level of design at such an affordable price.
Black and white is so easy to style as most women have this as the foundation of their wardrobe. The sweet print and detailing on this blouse had me at Hello! Slipping it on, I wrapped a belt with a slight western feel around my waist to cinch it in. Keeping the skinny leggings from Alice and Olivia, I tossed on some strappy booties from Loeffler Randall. Also, from last season, I’ve tagged some similar looks in the carousel at the bottom of the post. This blouse would easily transition across multiple demographics and seasons. I would toss it on with a fitted black skirt and pumps for work or with skinny jeans, leather jacket and sandals for a night out. From fall through spring, this blouse is relatively seasonless as it transitions from one season to the next. This Cali girl lives in her Ray Bans and these are my favorite style of the season.
The finale of the collection was actually part of last month’s capsule styles. This swingy red dress was so fun and flattering. I threw on some Tamara Mellon strappy sandals and grabbed my Tory Burch bag, both are from last season. This look is truly timeless and ageless. I could see this dress as a darling back to school look that would transition well to a bridal shower or evening on the town. So feminine yet on trend with the ruffles, I was amazed at the comfort and impressed by the affordable price point.
Who What Wear has nailed the street style look by providing a classically edited collection while incorporating the latest trends. It’s a can’t miss at your local target with new capsule collections arriving each month. Given that it’s an ongoing partnership, they’ll have you in affordable style for years down the road. Who What Wear…you’ve won this fashion blogger over! Run, don’t walk to CatherineGraceO to get your hands on this collection before it flies off the shelves. Cheers beauties and happy shopping!