Cool or Fool? Tracy Feith for Target

Tracy Feith makes a new, cheaper line for Target that’s due out on May 17th. The collection includes bright spring/summer clothes that are vintage-inspired. Ranging in price from $14.99 to $44.99, it’s affordable chic! A cropped leather motorcycle jacket lined in a signature Tracy Feith print will be $139.99, the highest-priced item in the line. I’m digging the sweet little details – the pops of color, the ruffled trimming, the retro vintage modern flowers. If you can’t tell already Feith is a surfer turned designer who leans towards the hippie chick movement and who’s clothes epitomize the surfer lifestyle.

Our first lady even wore one of his (more expensive) dresses at a prayer service the day after the inauguration!

Here’s the man himself.

Feith’s collection is part of Target’s GO International program, which spotlights up-and-comers. Expect about 60 pieces in 15 of the original prints Feith is known for. What do you think? Are Tracy Feith’s clothes too cool or if you sport them will you be looking like a fool? Source: FabSugar



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