|Long-sleeved blouses and short, appropriate dresses. Pair with angle socks and lots of structured purses, obviously.|
Browse around the Internet and you will realize that Jason Wu had recently designed a collection for Target. If you, like me, have not been living under a rock or something, you will definitely remember the disaster of a collection Mission did for Target last September. The 300+ items collection sold out faster than you could say "zig zags," and the next thing you know people who had ordered online were getting shitty gift cards from Target(Target had recently send out the orders, which just proves how reliable mass-market chain stores are) Jason Wu for Target is a lot tamer, both in size and appearance. Unlike most designer collaborations, it is not a cheaper alternation of the label — "Nothing's replicated from the main line — it has its own voice," said Wu in the February issue of American Vogue on his collaboration with Target.
|Stripes don't make you fat if they're designed by Jason Wu ~|
|So school girl-like, I just can't comprehend right now ^.^|