The United States' second-largest department store retailer, Target, has released an amazing '90s inspired collection of clothing, shoes, and accessories, and it is hitting all the right spots. Any fashionista knows that the '90s are all the rage at the moment, and especially when it comes to fashion. From dad sneakers and tiny sunglasses to bike shorts and pulled up socks - the 90's is back and doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon.
Target's collection is called 'Wild Fable', and ranging from size zero to W26; it's inspiringly size-inclusive. The collection includes tops, jumpsuits, dresses, jackets, jeans, leggings, hoodies, shoes, and accessories, and although it is fashion-forward, it has something for every taste - especially if you want to stay on trend with the 90's look. Wild Fable is not Target's first in-house label. The retailer has already launched equally fashion-forward collections in the past, such as' A New Day', 'Joylab', and 'Universal Thread'. All part of their effort to meet their customers' needs and stay relevant for younger shoppers and Target is describing the newest addition as a perfect go-to for work and weekend wear.
As reported by Popsugar, the Wild Fable collection is very affordable with all pieces of the collection retailing for less than $40, and the collection is available both in Target's physical stores as well as on their website. The Wild Fable collection is uniquely created in a way that makes it easy to mix and match the pieces to create a personalized look that works in any setting or to any event.
The '90s trend has been spotted on celebrities like Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, both who are old enough to have lived through the fashion when it first happened, and who have shared photos of them rocking their old looks. Also, younger celebs like Selena Gomez and Bella Hadid have been seen sporting typical '90s accessories.
It is refreshing to find fashion collections that are accessible to anyone, and that is inclusive when it comes to sizes as well as financial abilities. Everyone loves a bit of retail therapy, #treatyoself and all that, and especially when it doesn't break the bank completely.