Have you heard about Target’s latest collection Ámbar? It’s a new apparel & accessories collection designed with the Latina guest in mind.
I wanted to share with you a few styled pieces from the collection (with other Target owned brand pieces), as well as a tip sheet on “how to get the look”. The looks are inspired by spring’s hottest trends – vibrant colors, bold patterns and flowy styles.
Spring Trend #1 – Casual-Chic Meets Color
“A seasonal sweater that combines color and metallic is a comfortable and chic piece that can be paired with multiple wardrobe pieces for spring.”
“Nothing says spring like flowy fabrics! The Ámbar Women’s Maxi Skirt creates a standout look by mixing color and prints.”
“Top off any daytime outfit with a floppy hat – it’s a great accessory that also helps protect us from the sun.”
“Color block like a pro and carry your essentials in a stylish cross body bag.”
“A flat sandal in cognac combines comfort and style.
Spring Trend #2 – Feminine Bold Prints
“The Ámbar printed high-low dress is a flowy & flirty piece that can seamlessly go from day to night.”
“Spring calls for pastels! Add a subtle feminine touch with pastel pink aviator glasses.”
“A beige hobo handbag is classic and versatile. Carry it on your shoulder or clip-on the removable shoulder strap to wear as a cross body bag. “
“Add glitz and glamour with a sparkly and chunky bracelet.”
“Finish your look with a nude wedge – a go-to spring staple.”
Spring Trend #3 – Florals
“Ámbar’s tailored crop top in sour cream is an easy-to-style spring essential. Add a pop of color or bold print to stand out from the rest.”
“Keep jewelry to a minimum. A silver tone extra large boyfriend watch can add a touch of flair and pairs nicely with a neutral palette.“
“The time is prime for florals! The Ámbar rose print twill pant fits amazing and exudes springtime. “
“Carry your daytime essentials in a tan crocodile clutch to add texture – it’s chic and easily transitions to night.”
“Pointed toe nude flats are very in this season. Wear them throughout your work day or to a weekend lunch.”