Besides price, a factor that I always consider when making a clothing purchase is versatility. A (usually) practical shopper (with designer taste), I’m always on the look out for pieces that can be worn repeatedly – from dinner parties to drive-throughs; dawn until dusk; and workday to weekend.

When I previewed the new Phillip Lim for Target collection, I was in price-rationalizing, versatility-maximizing, practical-purchasing heaven. Available September 15, 2013 in Target stores, the limited-edition collection is not only affordable, it’s very versatile. The one-hundred-piece collection is true to Lim’s luxury aesthetic and features polished wardrobe staples with serious style.

Armed with six limited edition items, I styled Lim’s luxe designs from day to night. To transform each outfit, I made a few simple adjustments like adding a piece of statement jewellery, applying a coat of fuchsia lipstick, or swapping my shoes for stilettoes.  The result? 24-hour fashion, seven days a week.

Sparkle Sweater and Structured Bag – Day

Phillip Lim Target Sweater Day

Sparkle Sweater and Structured Bag – Night

Phillip Lim Target Sweater Night

Floral Blouse and Mini Bag – Day

Phillip Lim Target Floral Blouse

Floral Blouse and Mini Bag – Night

Phillip Lim Target Blouse Night

 Boom Sweatshirt – Day

Phillip Lim Target Sweatshirt Day

Boom Sweatshirt – Night

Phillip Lim Target Sweatshirt Night

A-Line Skirt – Day

Phillip Lim Target Day

A-Line Skirt – Night

Phillip Lim Target Skirt Night

Phillip Lim for Target will be available September 15, 2013 at Target stores.


Phillip Lim has created a collection of clothes and accessories for Target. A collection, modern in design and aesthetic, made for contemporary living. Both beautiful and functional, the collection contains day to night versatile pieces and innovative bags that are not only practical but aestheticize modern life through the quality of their design.




Disclosure: This post was brought to you by Target via Glam Media Canada. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Target.