Prabal Gurung for Target—The Looks We’re Crushing On

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Prabal Gurung for Target—The Looks We’re Crushing On

Feel a tingly sense of electricity in the air? That’s the feeling of a million bloggers, fashion editors, and fashion-lovers waiting with bated breath for Target’s latest designer collaboration to drop.
Prabal Gurung, the Nepalese designer whose red-carpet creations have been worn by Jennifer Lawrence, Zoe Saldana, and Kate Middleton (to name just a handful) created a budget-priced line that’s all about love, from crushing to chasing to keeping it. Everything’s flirty, feminine, and priced under $200 (most of it waaay under). The collection debuts at Target stores and on Target.com on February 10, but here’s our edit of the most covetable pieces. 


Floral Crush



This classic fit-and-flare dress feels totally modern in Prabal's "Floral Crush" print.


First Date



This print is Prabal's interpretation of the "First Date"…flirty, optimistic, and a little unexpected.


Dresden Blue Jacket



We're DYING over this tough leather moto jacket, in Prabal's Dresden Blue hue. Probably the priciest item in the collection, but so, so worth it.


Prabal’s Pintuck Dress



Tuxedo detailing and a girly bow make this pintuck dress all the more show-stopping.


Classic Pointy Heel



The classic pointy heel is this spring's hottest shoe style, and we're already making room in our closets for these three versions, including the surprisingly wearable lemon yellow.


Floral Peplum Top



If head-to-toe print still gives you pause, try the gorgeous floral in a cute peplum top.


Dresden Blue Blouse



There's that Dresden Blue again, but this time in a ruffled and work-perfect blouse. Wear it with a pencil skirt or skinny black jeans.


Angled A-line Dress



The angled panels on this A-line dress create an optical illusion that makes you seem slimmer.


Peep-Toe Lace-Ups



Proof that too much of a good thing can be wonderful…prints, peep-toes, lace-ups, cutouts.


Red Ruffle Dress



For a big date night, what's hotter than red ruffles?