I Go to Target Way Too Often—Here Are My Current Fashion Editor-Approved Picks

Yusra Siddiqui
·4 min read

I'll admit it—I have a Target problem. But when you live in the suburbs and 2020 doesn't exactly include tons of traveling, so for a little bit of extra happiness Target is all I have, okay? Whether it's the new brands in the beauty section, trinkets in the dollar spot, or the array of the latest snacks, there are always plenty of options to fill up your cart with. But if you haven't taken a good look at their variety of clothing, I'm here to tell you that you're missing out on a little gold mine. In my most recent trip to Target alone, I found a solid amount of new trends consisting of slip skirts and cardigan sets to leather trousers.

Since the plethora of clothing sold at the well-loved store can be a little overwhelming, I decided to go through the entire selection and pick out the most fashion-forward pieces they have to offer right now. I did a little bit of digging in every category—even the Young Adult and Men's section because I promise you can find some pretty great items amongst the mix. Keep scrolling to shop my stylish and affordable picks. Add them to your cart, we won't tell.

A New Day Equestrian Horse Bit Chain Belt ($20)


Wild Fable High-Rise Vintage Jogger Sweatpants ($22)

Not your average pair of sweatpants.

Sugarfix by Baubleba Chainlink Statement Necklace ($0)

If you didn't know Baublebar had a collection at Target, now you know.

A New Day Slip A-Line Maxi Skirt ($23)

It took real effort not buying this skirt in all the colors.

Universal Thread 5pk Face Mask ($14)

I can vouch for these masks—they're comfortable and come in a variety of colors and prints.

A New Day High-Rise Ankle Length Pull-On Pants ($20)

These might not be the most trendy, but they're like a more forward version of sweatpants, and I think that's what we all need right now.

Prologue Dolman Long Sleeve Faux Leather Button-Down Shirtdress ($40)

Come fall, it's hard not to buy anything in leather.

Sugarfix by Baublebar Rainbow Crystal Statement Ring ($13)

This makes me happy.

A New Day Long Sleeve Rib Knit Dress ($25)

I own this in taupe, and it's officially become one of my favorite fall dresses.

Knox Rose Mid-Rise Flare Jeans ($30)

You can pull off flared jeans, I promise.

A New Day Soft Clutch ($28)

This looks expensive.

Who What Wear Plaid Cinched and Pleated Blazer ($50)

We obviously had to put in a little of our own collection, because what is a Target trip without a little WWW?

Target Hammered Modern Art Statement Face Drop Earrings ($38)

The earrings all over your Instagram feed are one Target trip away.

Wild Fable High-Rise Patchwork Straight Denim ($28)

Patchwork is a huge trend amongst the fashion scene this year, and this is your affordable chance at it.

Universal Thread Mid Length Plaid Shirt Jacket ($50)

Don't resist plaid this fall—embrace it.

Prologue Puff Long Sleeve Blouse ($28)

I love the ruching on this top—makes for an easy yet trendy seasonal piece.

Who What Wear Faux Leather Puff Elbow Sleeve Button-Down Shirt ($33)

Can you tell leather is a trending theme we love here?

A New Day V-Neck Cable Knit Button-Front Cardigan ($28)

Meet your new favorite cozy cardigan.

Who What Wear Jacquard Pullover Sweater ($33)

Nothing like a printed sweater to pair with your jeans.

A New Day High-Rise Ankle Length Jogger Pull-On Pants ($20)

If you need a little WFH outfit update, buy these.

Who What Wear Alligator Print Trucker Jacket ($55)

Brown is the new black this season, and I'm starting with this jacket.

Universal Thread Zip Closure Soft Hobo Handbag ($35)

I've been seeing this bag sillhouette everywhere, so why not try this one?

Who What Wear Plaid High-Rise Spilt Front Trousers ($35)


Joylab Slounge Sweatshirt ($24)

I'm all about this comfy matching set.

Goodfellow & Co Standard Fit Short Sleeve Crew Neck T-Shirt ($8)

Go up a size or two and you've got the perfect oversized tee.

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