Missoni for Target

Missoni for Target launched both in store and online on Wednesday 8 September.

Missoni for Target

Stop everything you’re doing. One of the most recognised fashion brands in the world has collaborated with Target. Missoni for Target launched both in store and online two days ago, on Wednesday 8September.

While collaborations aren’t a new idea, and have the potential to be unsuccessful, the Missoni for Target collection does not fall into this category. Featuring something for everyone, there’s not only a women and men’s range but also a kids and baby line, and home and lifestyle pieces.

As you’d expect, most products are in the patterns for which Missoni is famous, with a choice of the geo, wave, stripe or floral print.

With products starting at $15 there is something affordable for everyone and definitely worth checking out – if not for yourself, then for Christmas presents which look a lot more expensive than they actually are!

Here are 10 of our top picks from the collection.

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    Misty
    10th Oct 2014
    10:11am
    Does anyone know of a place to buy decent fashions for older women?, sorry fellas I don't think you would be interested in this article, I just cannot find anything that suits a 77 year old lady. I would like something fashionable but everything I see is either for young people or so dowdy I wouldn't even wear it at home.
    notelle
    10th Oct 2014
    12:09pm
    MILLERS........ they have stores everywhere and also on line. Their garments are fashionable for more mature ladies and their prices are very reasonable too. I'm in my 70s and buy 90% of my clothes from them.
    student
    11th Oct 2014
    9:56am
    I agree notelle. AND they exchange without a fuss. My only complaint being their clothes don't fall to pieces and last for ages! (meaning I can't justify buying more clothes).
    biddi
    10th Oct 2014
    11:03am
    Misty : You may like The Wardrobe in Mt Lawley, Perth, and some other burbs.
    Misty
    10th Oct 2014
    11:58am
    Thank you biddi, I will Google it.
    lauren
    10th Oct 2014
    1:28pm
    Kings Park Fashions have quite a few stores in Perth, west Aust. I buy quite a few clothes from there, plus the wardrobe and Fernando's in Osborne Park, suburb of Perth, I am in my mid-seventees too, there is absolutely nothing for us young seniors that still enjoy looking good, hope you get something, I would love to get some nice classic dresses with a small sleeve and the hem at least at least a decent length, just covering the knees, hey, girls. best of luck and blessings.
    WilliD
    10th Oct 2014
    2:47pm
    If you happen to live in the Wimmera I can wholeheartedly recommend either Miller's or Autograph, both in the Horsham shopping centre. I am in my late seventies and like to look well groomed and up to date. Just because I have some mileage on the clock doesn't mean I have to look like I am ready to drop off the twig. Good luck and happy shopping Misty. Looks like there is plenty of choice. Have you tried Damart or Victoria Hill online? Nice clothes!
    Misty
    10th Oct 2014
    5:59pm
    I live in the Snowy Mountains area and we only have Target and Millers here, I don't like Millers Summer range the necklines are usually too low and most have no sleeves and the tops are too long for us short people. I wish some enterprising person out there would start up a range for us fashion conscious oldies.
    student
    11th Oct 2014
    10:05am
    hey Misty .... try wearing a smart T-shirt under a top. It covers up the upper arms and the cleavage (or lack of) and can still look smart. As for the length, try wearing a pair of black leggings and smart sandals. There you are! You're looking fashionable and sexy too :) I agree with WilliD, NO woman is ever too old to look sexy :)

    Oh, and I think it is your responsibility to keep the economy moving by buying more clothes :)
    Misty
    11th Oct 2014
    10:33am
    All good advice student but I think you have to have the right shape to wear just a top and leggings, regardless of your age and if I don't feel comfortable in what I try on I won't buy it, and yes I would buy more clothes if I could find something I liked and then again if you don't go out much you don't need a lot of clothes do you.
    Foxy
    10th Oct 2014
    3:43pm
    ...Supre' (online) has a great range of fashion and allll sizes! Whatever size you are - you will find they are just that little "bit" more generous with their sizing! Good luck! :-)
    fish head
    10th Oct 2014
    4:03pm
    Millers is sometimes good but I can't say I like the yellow they are pushing this Spring. It is not kind to older skins.
    fish head
    10th Oct 2014
    4:06pm
    PS Ladies if you are going to indulge in bright stripes -zigzag or straight check the rear view in a mirror before purchase. Placement is everything.
    Misty
    10th Oct 2014
    8:36pm
    Yes we don't want to look like a Zebra do we, I forgot to mention we do have an award winning store here, online is especially popular, called Birdsnest, they do have some nice fashions at times for older ladies but are a bit pricy.
    Anonymous
    12th Oct 2014
    8:31am
    I had to laugh at all the ladies who have bought Missoni from Target. They were lined up on TV waiting to pay for their purchases. Cleaned out the store apparently. Everyone is going to be wearing the same outfits. It is a very distinctive look and I would not be bothered with it personally even thought some of it looked quite OK.

    I buy some from Millers although I feel they need to get more "with it". A lot of the stuff I would not be seen in at all. Some of the material is dowdy looking, old fashioned (this is my personal taste, my suit others). The store "buyers" need to be a bit more discerning in what they put in the stores. The quality is no where as good as it was years ago.

    I like classic styles which don't date and you can mix and mathc with some of the latest fashion without going overboard.

    Kings Park and Noni B have some nice things at times but the prices for some are a bit prohibitive for many seniors.

    I have the occasional day where I do the rounds of the Op shops and last week for instance I picked up a brand new Liz Jordan evening blouse. Cost me the sum of $4.50 and I know for a fact this top was selling not that long ago for much more than that.
    Misty
    12th Oct 2014
    10:14am
    Radish I could not have stated it better, I feel the same way about Millers, I think you see someone down town or at a function and know exactly where their outfits came from.
    Anonymous
    14th Oct 2014
    1:11pm
    I recently wrote to Millers "suggesting" that they put an additional mirror in each dressing room which gives a rear view (so to speak ;).

    Target have them in their dressing rooms and you can see your outfit from the back as well as the front.

    They did reply but have no idea whether my suggestion will be implemented or will just end up in the rubbish bin.
    Anonymous
    16th Oct 2014
    5:06pm
    I received an email from millers yesterday offering 40% sale.
    OMG what awful stuff they have on sale.
    Page 5 was a ripper. Horrible hawaiian print tops.
    So bad I emailed them and told them they needed to lift their game if they wanted senior ladies to buy this clothing.


    http://www.millers.com.au/New.aspx?pl&s=1028#p%3D5%26ipp%3D20%26f%3D_v1028-pv40-nNew-t40-c0_%26o%3DDefault


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