Even though Punxsutawney Phill saw his shadow and we are in for six more weeks of winter, that doesn’t mean we can’t get excited for spring wardrobes. Giving us hope in these dreary cold months, Who What Wear has announced their new spring collection at Target. If leaving Target without buying all the things you didn’t really need wasn’t an issue for you before, then it definitely will be now.

Target describes the line as “a collection of effortless & chic streetwear for all.” Bringing in the latest spring trends, the Who What Wear Collection encapsulates bold colors, feminine florals, and eye-catching silhouettes. The collection includes a chic line of footwear, handbags, dresses, pants, and tops.

Who What Wear is an online retailer that prides themselves on their fashion forward pieces that are priced for the everyday consumer. Everything in the spring collection can be found at Target for $60 and under.

This is not the first time Who What Wear has been at Target. Target receives Who What Wear new arrivals every month, but this collection is bigger! According to whowhatwear.com, there will be three monthly installments of pieces from the spring collection. The one dropped last Tuesday is the first of these three and only has me excited for more!

Here are some pictures form the Target Who What Wear look book:

This is a perfect look for a day at the office. Who What Wear has reinvented the blazer.

This is a perfect outfit for a night on the town.

This is the perfect look for those days where the sun is out, but there is still that crisp winter air. This look combines spring style with fall colors as we begin to ease into spring.

Fanny packs have been making a comeback! This red statement piece from the Who What Wear collection adds the perfect pop of color to this denim outfit.

The loose peplum hem line on this floral print dress is just one of the eye catching silhouettes featured in the Who What Wear collection.

What are your thoughts on the new spring collection? Do you have a favorite piece?

XOXO

-B

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