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Target Reveals Plaid Takeover for Fall, Including Design Partnership with Adam Lippes

Target goes mad for plaid this fall with limited edition collection by Adam Lippes
Target is going mad for plaid this fall by rolling out more that 360 everyday items in assorted plaid prints, plus a limited-edition collection by designer Adam Lippes. This is Target's second collab to be announced in recent weeks with a lesser known, inner-circle designer, the first being their jewelry collab with Eddie Borgo.

From puffer coats to throw blankets, shampoo to dog beds and even ChapStick, Coca-Cola, Listerine and more, guests will find a bold, chic spin on plaid throughout Target and on beginning late August through October 2015 (or while supplies last), priced from $1.99 to $179.99.

Additionally, designer Adam Lippes is creating a limited-edition collection of more than 50 buffalo plaid-inspired items. (His luxe eponymous line is now sold at stores like Launching Sept. 27 at all Target stores and on, the collection will include home décor, apparel, shoes and accessories for women and men.

I'm picturing a cocktail party where one too many drinks were consumed as the birthplace of this mad for plaid takeover idea (What if we make everything plaid?! Wouldn't that be ah-mazing?!) But in all seriousness, I'm just getting into sundress mode, so it's tough to get excited for tartan so early in the season! How about you?

For more on Target's plaid takeover, head to social media: @TargetStyle | #TargetStyle | #AdamLippesforTarget.

Photo courtesy of Target

Good thing I'm not over plaid:)

Wishes & Reality
#1 Heidi (Homepage) on 2015-06-05 14:02 (Reply)
Who am I kidding, I've worn plaid shirts two days in a row...and it's June! Haha! It's a year-round print for me, guess that's what happens when you come of age in the 90s. ;-)
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2015-06-05 21:04 (Reply)
I love plaid and Target and can't wait to see this in the fall!
#2 Lisa on 2015-06-05 16:04 (Reply)
Oh dear...I'm in trouble!
#3 Laura (Homepage) on 2015-06-06 08:45 (Reply)
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