This is the outfit I wore out to lunch with my friend, and then to get my hair cut and colored. (I noticed how bad my roots looked in one of the pictures my husband Bart took and decided I needed a color immediately. When your husband tells you he notices your roots, you had better get it fixed asap.)
|Jacket: Chico's (I am loving animal prints this year!)|
Jeans: JMS Walmart
A bit more about the Missoni for Target. This morning on the Today show there was a segment about the frenzy over the collection. I was a bit shocked that it was so crazy since it there wasn't a line or anything at the Super Target I went to. As I said yesterday, I had to ask for it as they did not even have it out. Also, the Target here did not have a lot of the items that were shown online. I went out to ebay today and was shocked a second time. It seems that there were a lot of people who purchased as much of it as they could to resell at exorbitant prices. There were over 23,000 items for sale. I found the scarf I purchased for $24.99 for sale on ebay starting at $49.99. The $29.99 shoes were priced over $100.00. I am for everyone making a living, but gosh darn it, this is ridiculous! In my opinion, Target should limit the number of items that can be purchased by one person. I think a lot of people will be very unhappy when they find out that the huge price that they paid on ebay for the items wasn't such a great deal.
Tomorrow I'll try to post a picture of the scarf I bought. I bought it because I knew it would look great with my camel colored winter coat, which it does. The scarf is very subtle and not the usual bright Missoni print.
After listening to all the hoopla over Missoni for Target, I had the realization that I have way more fun and get more excited about my thrifting finds.