A two-part TikTok saga captured by a mom of three named Ashley allegedly shows an impatient girlfriend who appeared in a wedding dress at a Las Vegas Target — where her fiancé works — to force an ultimatum on him.
The young man, named Kevin, was standing outside a Nashville Target store playing violin with a sign reading “Need to help my mom with rent, God bless,” on Aug. 9.
Moms are praising a Target store after seeing a photo of a memo encouraging them to breastfeed while shopping.
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Just a week after Beyoncé was spotted shopping at a Target, the grandma-to-be of the seventh in line to the British throne was seen shopping at the budget retailer.
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Target is giving shoppers a head start on Black Friday with an epic two-day sale on all home decor and furniture this weekend (Nov. 10-11). You’ll save 25 percent on sofas, dining tables, rugs, bedding, bath, lighting, and more. The 25 percent discount will be automatically applied in your shopping cart, so there’s no need to enter a code at checkout.
The plus-size industry is booming like never before. Curvy supermodels like Ashley Graham and Oscar-nominated actresses like Gabby Sidibe can be seen gracing the pages of Vogue and fighting for representation in media and entertainment. Though some may claim we still have a long way to go, I am happy to report that there are now more plus-size shopping options than ever. Not only are big-box retailers like Target and Loft expanding their extended-size options, but there is a handful of new brands that are looking out for us curvy girls. This inclusive focus has sparked major events like theCURVYcon, which gathers hundreds of like-minded curvy women and men from around the world to provide insightful panels and offer a one-of-a-kind in-person shopping experience. The event will be live-streamed on Yahoo Lifestyle on Sept. 7 and Sept. 8.From plus-size luxury sites to fashion-forward looks that won’t break the bank, I’ve rounded up eight awesome brands to shop this season. For more style inspiration, follow me on Instagram: @margieplus or my style blog www.margieplus.com. Yahoo Lifestyle will live-stream theCURVYcon 2018 on Friday, Sept. 7, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bookmark this link to tune in!Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • It’s not your fault that you don’t love your body’: Model Alexa LaRosa on fashion’s dirty little secret • ‘Dietland’ actress Jen Ponton shares why fat women are more than just ‘the funny sidekick’ • WWE star Nia Jax on how sports gave her confidence: ‘My body had its purpose’ Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Mega-retailer Target has slowly but surely been expanding its plus-size department over the past two years, and I’m beyond excited over the latest fashion-forward addition, Wild Fable. With 700 products to choose from, the collection includes everything from clothes to accessories in sizes 0 to 26W. The trendy mix-and-match brand is full of vibrant ’90s plaids and matching sets to go gaga for, offering an amazing assortment that caters to a cool-girl style at any size and budget (everything is under $40!).Click through to shop my current plus-size favorites from the brand.For more style inspiration follow my instagram @margieplus or my style blog www.margieplus.com.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Anyone with ‘lumps and bumps and curves’ needs these priceless style tips from GooGoo Atkins • You can be unhappy with it or thank God for what you have’: Curvy influencer shares key to success • ‘It’s not your fault that you don’t love your body’: Model Alex LaRosa on fashion’s dirty little secretFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Parents say they are having to shop in the boys' section in stores to find appropriate shorts for their young daughters.
Tomi Lahren is reacting to a social media firestorm — that includes support from President Trump — by posting sexy selfies after a woman threw a drink at her in a Minneapolis restaurant. The Fox News pundit posted the images on Instagram stories Wednesday, which featured her wearing a hooded onesie with an American flag pattern, reportedly from Target. She also shared an Instagram still with the caption, “Sometimes you rise from the ashes. Other times, you create them. Be the whole fire. Thanks to #TeamTomi and @realdonaldtrump and even a few of my harshest critics for having my back. ...
The mom was lectured about peanut allergies by a concerned shopper who saw her daughter eating a PB&J while sitting in a shopping cart.
To kick off the start of the spring fashion season, Walmart is launching four new private label brands — Time and Tru, Terra & Sky, Wonder Nation, and George — that prioritize style, fit, and comfort. Each taps into a different sector of the fashion marketplace: womenswear, plus, menswear, and kids.But are the offerings cute?The majority of the collections would not exactly be considered groundbreaking fashion, but there are still some stylish items up for grabs. On the women’s end, from Time and Tru, you can finally get a pair of those trendy patchwork and frayed-hem jeans for just $20, not to mention a chic minimalist tote bag for just $14 and cute spring bow slides for only $7.But it’s actually the men’s collection, George, that really stands out. Just in time for you or your man’s next beach vacation come playful cactus or flamingo printed swim trunks for just $10, plus gingham shirts similar to the J.Crew version, in multiple shades, for $15 (as compared to J.Crew’s $60 price tag). One of the best items from the George collection is a pair of camel derby shoes that are just casual enough to be worn on the weekends, but also professional enough to wear to work daily ($26).The kids line, Wonder Nation, is also a pleasant surprise, with adorable surfer printed shorts or Fenty-Puma inspired pink satin bow slides for $8.But the brand’s dedicated women’s plus line, Terra & Sky, needs some work, as its designers seem to have paid more attention to fit than style. Although hidden details like elastic bands within pants linings and extra underarm coverage on tanks and blouses are great, the bulk of the collection consists of what can be found everywhere else: basic tops and jeans that aren’t exactly groundbreaking. With the plus-size market expanding at a rapid rate across the fashion industry, with brands like Loft diving in, as are designers like Christian Siriano and Prabal Gurung, Walmart has a lot of catching up to do.However, what is commendable is Walmart’s dedication to inclusivity in size and price consciousness, with a majority of the pieces in each collection under $30. Time and Tru offers clothing in sizes XS to XXXL; Terra & Sky accommodates plus-size women between 14W and 30W; Wonder Nation offers kids clothing between 4 and 18; and George offers men’s sizes between S and XXXL.“We listened to our customers and are proud to deliver apparel choices that meet at the intersection of everything they desire: on-trend styles, comfort and quality, all at unbeatable prices,” said Deanah Baker, Walmart’s senior vice president of apparel, in a press release.Overall, the new in-house brands are an honest effort by Walmart to segue into more stylish territory, but it still needs a lot of work. Especially if Walmart is looking to stand against competitors like Target and Amazon, who have each rolled out their own respective style-conscious collections. Although they all have comparable, affordable price points, the style at Walmart is not on par (yet), but that doesn’t mean that can’t change in the future.Click ahead to see the 12 most stylish offerings from Walmart’s new collections and shop them now on Walmart.com and in stores.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Rainbow pride, mad plaid, and cheeky slogans: 4 top trends from London Fashion Week • The complete NYFW trend guide for fall 2018 • All the prettiest, boldest, and most powerful pantsuits from New York Fashion WeekFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
One of the things—if not the thing—we love about shopping at Target is knowing we’re not going to break the bank, even when it comes to picking up stylish wardrobe staples. The retailer has been a stylists’ and insiders’ secret for some time now (not to mention a go-to for women who love a good steal), and now it’s got big plans to step up its looks-for-less game with the launch of Universal Thread. The label will be available February 4 in-store and online (with pre-order available January 21), offering dozens of trend-driven pieces—including denim, outerwear, jumpsuits, footwear, jewelry and more—at less than $40. And in addition to making things more affordable for a wide variety of women, the new line’s sizing runs from 00 to 26W, which makes it even more accessible. In anticipation of Universal Thread’s launch date, we’ve taken the liberty of picking out a few things we can’t wait to get our hands on, from a military jacket we’ll want to wear all spring to wide-legged jeans that have the perfect amount of vintage flair.