Sunday, October 21, 2007

Hollywould

I have been a long time fan of Hollywould shoes and bags. Designer Holly Dunlap provides an amazing spectrum of shoes and bags ranging from preppy to sexy. She made a name for herself as the woman who (almost) single handedly revamped the entire Lilly Pulitzer brand about 8 years ago after it had been defunct for so long. She then took off with her own company called Hollywould. I usually just eye her shoes at Neiman's or Nordstrom with feelings of envy because I simply WON'T pay $250 for a pair of ballet flats. So, imagine my delight when I discovered she's debuting a line at TARGET!!! You heard me, ladies. Right now it's mostly heels and formal shoes but I'm hoping that come spring she'll have more casual options with ballet flats and peep toe flats.

Here are some of her shoes offered at Neiman's and other fine stores:







And here are some of her offerings at Target:











The line debuts TODAY so get out to Target before they're all gone!

6 comments:

magnolia mama said...

I love those black shoes from Tar-Jay. I'm headed there this afternoon so I'll check them out.

The 5 Bickies said...

ugh...I was at le target earlier today (the dreaded costume shopping) and blew right by the shoe aisle because I was short on time. Wish I had seen this post before I went. Love the dress shoes, clutch and real shoes from Neiman's.

Somewhere Between Pinot and Pacifiers said...

What a fabulous excuse to go to Target! (Like I need one anyway!)

suburban prep said...

I love flats but I have to compete against a compression stocking on one leg. So sometimes I can't get them to fit on the left leg. These are so cute.

PrincessSteph said...

Love, love love her shoes. CANNOT BELIEVE THAT SHE IS AT TARGET. So excited. Bye bye $600 party shoes!!! Thanks for making my day!

Jules said...

The "Makin' Juicy" is HILARIOUS...my 3.5 yr old calls is "pushing on myself"....her etachers said they HAVE noticed it...I know what you mean about the sweaty, I walk in on her dripping with sweat...the teachers say to just let it go...tell her it's ok, but that she should do it in private...ha


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