This spring the Target designer collaboration features the brightest and most fun dresses by Christopher John Rogers, Rixo, and Alexis.
On May 16th (yes, that’s tomorrow!) Target is releasing another Target designer collaboration! This time it’s in collaboration with three up-and-coming designers Christopher John Rogers, Rixo, and Alexis. All of the dresses in this Target designer collaboration are bright, bold, and fun. Just what we need after a rather long and uncertain year and a half!
There will be over 70 dresses to choose from ranging in price from $40 to $60. The new collection will also be size-inclusive with dresses in sizes XXS to 4X. My only hope is that I can find some dresses that will be suitable for my 5ft frame! I’d love to add a few fun bright dresses to my wardrobe but as a petite woman, it can be a challenge to find something that fits properly.
Target Designer Collaboration
Keep scrolling to check out a few of my favorite pieces from each Target designer collaboration.
Christopher John Rogers
The Christopher John Rogers dress collection is filled with colorful and bold designs. When I saw this collection I absolutely fell in love with the Floral Long Sleeve Ruffle Dress! The combination of the puff sleeve and ruffles feels like something right off of the runway during NYFW! This collection is made for going out as you’ll definitely have all eyes on you in these eye-catching designs. If you’re looking for something more wearable this Striped Short Sleeve Shirtdress might be your pick.
The Alexis collection is filled with dresses that are perfect for a beach vacation or an outdoor summer wedding. These pieces by Alexis are flowy, floral, and romantic! The Long Sleeve Cut Out Dress is absolutely dreamy and is perfect for a romantic dinner date. If you’re looking for something with more color this Angel Sleeve Tiered Ruffle Dress is where it’s at!
If you’re into a retro or vintage look then the Rixo collaboration is for you! This collection features retro prints, shift dresses, and funky fun patterns. Some of the dresses remind me of styles from the 60s like this fun Floral Short Sleeve Shift Dress. While I think that the 60s inspired piece is incredible something more like the Patchwork Sleeveless Slip Dress or the Floral Open Back Cascade Ruffle Dress is more my style.
What do you think of this year’s Target designer collaboration? Did you see any dresses that you would wear? Let me know in the comments below!