So if you’re like me, your Lilly for Target plans didn’t exactly pan out the way you thought they would. I was in Denver visiting my best friend and, stupidly, thought that the Lilly stuff would still be in stores Monday morning since I live in a small town. I knew it would be picked over but I didn’t expect to walk into Target in Yukon and see literally nothing. NOTHING! All that was left there were 3 children’s shirts, none of which were big enough to fit me. I continued my quest at another nearby Target in OKC….it was insane looking in there. Clothes, shoes, and popcorn (why?) all over the place! None of it was Lilly. All that was left were nail polishes and nail files.
Third time was the charm though. The store in Midwest City still had a few good things left. I was able to snag a fab flamingo shift dress and some flip flops in my size – one of the last clothing items left there. My mom was able to find the hammock and candle holders in Tulsa for me about an hour ago – salvation! Okay, so it turned out a lot better than it could have, but I still have the Lilly bug. Here’s how to cope:
1. Lilly’s Summer Collection – Lilly’s summer clothes are online today! And since they know everyone’s upset about not getting what they wanted at Target, they’re giving away a free mystery present with every purchase today. I ordered this cute floral sundress!
2. Garnet Hill Home Collection - Garnet Hill has tons of fab Lilly towels, shower curtains, bath mats, and bedding! It may not be as affordable as Target, but it’s not too cray. Plus, it’s all amazing! The shower curtain in my bathroom is from them and I love it.
3. Target – While it may seem odd to combat your Lilly for Target PTSD with more Target, it’s not a bad idea. During my scavenge this morning I noticed some super amazing lobster throw pillows and a coral lamp! I’ll be going back for them eventually. Even though they aren’t Lilly, they might as well be.
How are you coping with the aftermath of this amazing Target collab?