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Converse One Star for Target Spring 2011 Lookbook

Another solid brand you'll find at Target season after season is Converse One Star, and their Spring 2011 lookbook has dozens of great casual outfit ideas and styling inspiration. For spring, Converse showcases their sportswear for women in a neutral palette with a few soft florals and plaid prints mixed in. There's denim, breezy tops, shorts, dresses, lightweight sweaters and swimwear, plus accessories like leather-look handbags and of course, footwear. Nothing's over $50 and you can shop this collection in stores now and online at My favorite looks include the white blazer/plaid shirt combo, and the purple ruffle top with dolman sleeve cardigan. While I love the look of Converse's classic sneaks, they don't agree with my fussy feet, so I prefer to envision these looks with cool oxfords, ballet flats or sandals.

Browse more looks after the jump. Who's a Converse One Star fan?

Photos courtesy of Target
I really liked the motocross skinny jeans on the hanger, but they look too tight on the model.
#1 Rebecca (Homepage) on 2011-04-04 13:44 (Reply)
The Navy trench in the first photo is exactly what I've been looking for...
#2 patricec (Homepage) on 2011-04-04 14:00 (Reply)
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#3 The Trendy Boutique (Homepage) on 2011-04-04 14:49
i envy you very much.
#3.1 supra (Homepage) on 2011-04-05 02:53 (Reply)
i love them all - it's like this line was made for me :-)
#4 rachel (Homepage) on 2011-04-04 14:49 (Reply)
All very cute and this spread has given me some ideas on how to style my Converse!
#5 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2011-04-04 17:17 (Reply)
I want that jacket that is the photo #7!! When will this be available? I tried looking online and saw only a few pieces.
#6 Cynthia on 2011-04-04 20:27 (Reply)
Love the cropped jeans.
#7 thisizkim on 2011-04-05 15:36 (Reply)
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