On The Ground Retail With Liberty Of London At Target
If you prefer to window shop before buying, here's what my daughter and I saw Sunday morning at a Target here in the San Francisco Bay Area. The collection of women's clothing by Liberty of London, version Target. Our first reaction was, "Ooh, cute!"
The collaboration is about the prints, as you can imagine, in their 1960's England Swings Like A Pendulum Do version. A little bit Peter Max-ish. Made in China, of polyester, but they did a pretty nice job of serving up the essential Liberty experience at this kind of price point. The quickest way to slap some on would be with these scarves. Or a pink handled umbrella.
A bunch of dresses.
The issue, of course, is with cut and fit. Some things definitely look better on the hanger than on the person. You have to hunt around like a truffle pig for something that works on you, and those of us over 35 might not find what we're looking for.
They've got tops.
One of which we bought, for $25. You can see it here, behind the chocolate macaron, on my daughter. There were no macarons at Target. But at the rate the world is moving, they might show up there on a not too far distant Sunday morning. Go Sundays.