Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Peter Pilotto for Target Lookbook

Photo Credit: Fashionista/Courtesy

Target has teamed up with Peter Pilotto for its next designer collaboration set to debut on February 9th and Fashionista.com has the lookbook. I have to say I was not familiar with Peter Pilotto before hearing about the Target match up. But, I do love the clothes and they are affordable. Below are my 3 favorite looks:

Now I'm about to get real. That ish I don't like is that as usual Target is not launching the collection in plus sizes. WHAT. THE. FUDGE? I can't find official confirmation, but I did find some people saying the collection will go up to size XXL, but will be junior sizing. I can fit some of the junior XXL from Target if it has some stretch to it, but I can't fit everything. This means if you are size 20 and up you won't be able to partake in the clothing. As usual we can only get the accessories, womp womp.

I don't understand why Target constantly ignores its plus size customers when doing the designer collaborations. If they properly advertised that these were in plus sizes do you know how quickly those sizes would sell out???? I don't know if the designers aren't interested in creating expanded sizes or if Target does not care, but either way they are out of pocket!

It's insulting enough that the plus size section is small AF and in the back corner of the store by the maternity clothing but we can't even get designer love? Target, you are my favorite store in life by far, but you are quickly falling on to my shit list. I had to get new credit cards due to your negligence, you think pregnant models belong in the bplus size section of your website, you make me shop in a corner with like 5 racks that blur with maternity and then you spend tons of money on rolling out designer collections and plus size ladies get NO LOVE.

What is it going to take to get these retailers to realize how much money they are losing by not catering to their plus size customers? SIGH.

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