Try on’s…they are intimidating. I went to do a fall Target try on Saturday and I found some really cute pieces. Unfortunately, there was a screaming baby in the room next to me and I couldn’t hear myself talk so my stories will all be silent with typed commentary sorry. Let’s take a moment of silence out for that poor mom.
Target has so many cute fall pieces, I tend to gravitate towards sweaters and pullovers. They are always my favorite.
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I am 5’7
Wear a size 10
This wine sweater was one of my favorite of the group. It is such a cute cut and color, paired with a cute pair of denim or black skinnies is the perfect fall look.
The sweater is soft and comfortable. It is a cropped cut, so it won’t cover your butt if you like the longer sweaters.
This next outfit is such a cute one for a casual Thanksgiving look. I need to go back and get this sweater, the more I think about it the more I love it. The fringe is fun, the colors are great to pair with multiple pants.
I never really have luck with Target pants, they drowned my ankles. Tiny ankles and oversized skinny jeans don’t mix. The color and distressed look of these pants are so cute, but American Eagle Jeans are the only ones that fit my tiny ankles.
This is a casual run errands outfit. The mustard top was so comfortable, a great pullover for fall. Styled with a pair of white denim and denim jacket would be a dream. Target had one pair of white chords and they were horrible. I tried every size and no matter what size I tried every single one they all give horrible camel toe. The seam is weird in the crotch area and..it was uncomfortable.
However, these black jeans actually fit pretty well. They almost fit my ankles.
A balloon sleeve is a girls best friend. You can just curl up and be so comfortable and free. Tuck it in to a cute pair of green skinny jeans, or with black skinnies. Here I just styled them with my favorite jeans.
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