Target’s New Plus-Size Collection Will Make You Super Excited for Fall
It may be close to 90 degrees where you are right now, but believe it or not, it won’t be long until we’re slipping back into fall fashion. And when we do, we have a pretty good idea where we’ll be going to stock up on new, cooler weather duds. With the help of popular fashion bloggers Nicolette Mason, Gabi Gregg and Chastity Garner, Target has just announced that their new plus-size line AVA & VIV will be back this autumn with a brand-new collection.
AVA & VIV used these beautiful ladies as models in their lookbook and all three seem to have teamed back up with Target to help them make their second collection even better than the first. In a post announcing the new collection, Nicolette Mason explains that while modeling the spring styles they were also able “to share our feedback on the following collections (by that point spring was already in production), and have the design team integrate our thoughts, loves and dislikes into AVA & VIV for fall and winter. We gave wish lists of things we wanted to see, gave our own personal insight on how individual styles could be improved and shared fit and production notes from the spring collection — and of course, we also had the opportunity to share all the feedback we received from you, our community.”
The fall lookbook hasn’t been released quite yet, but in her post about the new looks, Gabi Gregg tells us that it’s coming soon – and after peaking at a recent snap she posted on Instagram of all three ladies “on set,” we’re thinking it’s highly likely that Gabi, Nicolette and Chastity will be modeling the styles a second time around.
If you’re just dying to know what you can expect from the fall lineup, Mason did drop a few teasers in her post. She tells us, “There are great paintbrush prints, bold colors, perfectly draped sueded jackets, work-to-weekend dresses with accent trims…” Summer, you’re cool, but Autumn, we’re ready for you.
What fall collection are you super stoked for? Share with us in the comments below.
(Photos via Target)