Does anyone think it's a little weird that Target has become one of the "it" places to shop? I mean, it wasn't that long ago when Target was basically Cleaner Wal-Mart. I appreciate the transition, but I tend to run over to Target for Wal-Mart-ish things like detergent and napkins and leave with a new dress in tow, all surprised at how classy they are these days.
Anyways. I digress.
My point is, Target is a pretty cool place to shop, and this new trend of having limited-edition designers and collections has made it even cooler. I missed out on the Missoni craziness because a) I'm not stylish and b) I hate crowds but, BUT - I will fight with some surburban home cooks over cute kitchen decor, y'all. Watch yoselves.
Enter the Curiosity Shoppe, and a totally good reason to go to Target even if you don't need toilet paper. Their stuff is funky and quirky and mostly unneccessary, but that's what makes it a fun splurge, right?
Check out the cuteness:
If your Target has been mobbed by fellow classy kitchenistas, you might check out the Curiosity Shoppe online. They always have super cute things, and although the Target line is exclusive, I just love their style.
What do you think of the Shops at Target? Were you there when the doors opened, or are you "toothpaste and toilet paper only" Target-shopper?
(All photos from Target.com)