The embroidered sweatshirt from fall 2016 and the VBxTarget navy and white lace appliqué sweat top both feature floral designs on a dark background. While the VVB version has more color, both pieces speak to the athleisure movement with their casual silhouettes.
The fall 2012 black collared dress is almost identical to the one in VBxTarget. Both have contrasting cuffs, boxy shapes, and whimsical designs on the collar. Alice in Wonderland vibes, anyone?
Bomber jackets, like sweatshirts, are on-trend and easy to wear. The embellished one from VVB spring 2017 isn't so different from the bug-embellished style from the Target collection. Both appear to have a shiny finish and are paired with white loose blouses and black bottoms. Target's version is the most expensive piece in the collection at $70.
The matching blouse and pant set from resort 2017 looks somewhat like the VBxTarget calla lily look. Note the slouchy fit of the pants, long hemlines, and the large cuff on the blouses. (The whole look at Target is $70.) How's that for getting the look for less!
These two lace dresses are so similar that it might be hard to tell the difference unless you saw them in person. The pocket placement, nude lining, and soft mint color makes it an easy spring staple. Preview the Target style with info on price, fit and fabric.
The matching floral top and skirt set from VVB fall 2016 may have inspired the photo floral top and skirt from the Target line. Both have sleeve details, which are so important trend-wise right now. (The whole Target look is $58 and I can't wait to snag it for myself.)
The monochromatic tank top and flared trouser set from VVB spring 2016 is not unlike the fuchsia twill version from the Target line. Note how the top has a frayed edge and center seam. (The Target look is $40 for trousers and $26 for the top.)
Striped poplin is everywhere this spring/summer, and the resort 2017 look by VVB looks a little like the poplin gathered waist dress in the Target collection. Both have narrow vertical stripes set against a gathered waist silhouette. (Just add heels for an office-ready look, or espadrilles for a laid-back weekend look.)
The bold black graphic on the VVB spring 2016 look reminds me of the tulip appliqué shift dress in the VBxTarget line. Both looks feature A-line shapes, mod prints, and they draw the eye vertically due to print placement. Target's version will only set you back $40.
The VBxTarget line also features apparel for Plus sizes, Girl's, toddlers, and babies, so putting together adorable mommy-and-me looks for spring (and Mother's Day) will be a breeze.
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