Jump around! Showing no signs of slowing down, the jumpsuit trend appears to be here to stay. Celebs have been seen strutting around in sexy versions of the one-piece garments, but moms can find fun, ruffled, and floral versions for their tots. Using Liberty of London prints, and some traditional smocking, these long pant versions of the classic romper, give lil ones a polished, put together look, without having to worry about shirts coming untucked while they play. One word of advice though – steer clear of the one-piece garment if you're in the midst of potty training your tyke. They aren't particularly practical for frequent trips to the bathroom! Want to get in on the look? Start shopping by clicking the pictures above.
During my recent trip to the UK hosted by Visit London, I made a pilgrimage to luxury department store Liberty on Regent Street. If you missed all the stateside buzz about Liberty during their Target collaboration, Liberty is essentially the Barney's of London. So it's no surprise that the flagship store is a space as luxurious and beautiful as the products it sells. In the scarf room, I noticed these vintage-looking lady hat stands peeping out from the walls. Personally, I think they're funny, but a gal standing beside me called them "frightening." What do you think?
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As you may know, textile and luxury accessories company Liberty of London will debut an exclusive collection of chic Spring home must haves for Target on March 14. I simply can't wait to put some of Liberty's expert patterns in my home; I'm beyond excited! So I've done a little recon and tracked down a few places you can scoop up Liberty of London home décor before the collections debut at Target. Want to see where? I bet you do.
Print fanatics, rejoice. Liberty of London For Target is landing in stores and online Sunday, March 14. There's enough to make your entire Spring wardrobe totally print-tastic — florals, peacock, paisley, and dots. There are maxi dresses, minidresses, rompers, swimsuits, and bags to choose from. There's even a line of cute accessories for your home. My favorite piece is this chiffon romper (here, right) — might be fun around the villa or poolside.
Textile and luxury accessories company Liberty of London will introduce an exclusive collection of chic Spring home must-haves for Target on March 14. The designs will feature the British brand's iconic micro-floral prints on bedding, gardening tools, planters, piggy banks, lamps, candles, storage boxes, ceramic and melamine dishes, and even a bicycle! As always, the line will be an affordable one, with most accessories under $10 or $20, while a quilt rings up at $70 and a floral beach cruiser at $200. Liberty, which has an archive of more than 43,000 print designs, has reworked a selection of its signature floral prints into the collection. So if you've long been a follower of the label (which dates back to 1875), you may come across a few of your favorite patterns to bring home.
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By now, every fashion fan has dipped her wallet into at least one high/low designer collaboration. Take your pick — Target Go International, H&M, Urban Outfitters, Mango, and so on. The latest one, between Liberty of London and Target, will produce a limited-edition collection of fashion and home goods for March 2010. With the amount of high and low partnerships out there, it begs the question: Is the market saturated? Are you over it? On one hand, it's great that the budget conscious can afford designer, but adversely, it's hard to keep up! What do you think?