Sunday, May 6 marked the premier of Target’s newest collection, Shops at Target. According to an article written by Justine Griffin for SunSentinel.com, Shops at Target is unlike any of the solo-designer collections Target has featured in the past. Instead, five specialty boutiques from across the nation have partnered with Target to create one unique collection.

Shops at Target features the Conneticut-based housewares company Privet House, the Colorado-based body care company Cos Bar, the Boston-Based specialty dog store Polka Dog Bakery, San Francisco-based treat shop The Candy Store, and the Miami-based clothes boutique The Webster.

Why is this new collection important?

According to Target’s Press Release,

Shops at Target marks retailer’s latest evolution in affordable design.

This new collection is focused on high quality design, but at prices for the average shopper. (And that definitely means those on a college student-budget)

The clothing aspect of this collection, The Webster, comes straight from the boutique’s designers, just minus the hefty price tag.

The Webster collection features trendy clothes for men, women and children. The styles focus on summertime clothing that include dresses, jacket-and-shorts combos, and beachwear and tote bags.

According to the article,

the Webster Collection will have a Miami vibe, and some items will incorporate Miami Beach Art Deco district looks.

Not only is The Webster’s collection fashionable for the summertime, but also the prices are reasonable. According to the article, all the clothing and accessories range from $7.99-49.99

According to the article, Shops at Target are available at Target stores and Target.com throughout the nation, and last for six weeks or until supplies last.

So Shops at Target is another way to dress for summer without breaking the bank.

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