Busy moms know that shopping
can be an arduous task. Finding something for both you and your kid is like
hitting the jackpot. Lucky for you, Target is releasing two designer collections
that'll easily satisfy you, your little one and most importantly your wallet.
The first collab is all
about combining style and comfort for the kids. Finding quality shoes they'll
be excited to wear is hard. Enter Stride Rite, a trusted children's footwear
brand set to launch an exclusive collection for the store called Surprize by Stride Rite.
The line will feature 23 pieces, from sneakers to Mary Janes, that are ready to
take on anything from a baby's first steps to a toddler's climb in the jungle
With details like memory foam to cushion every step, your tiny tot will enjoy comfort all day, while
Velcro straps and zippers make the purchase foolproof. Designs with faux fur, Sherpa and
bold colors will keep kids on trend for the summer and beyond. And did we mention
all pairs come in under $30? What a steal!
Now, it's time for the
mommies to shine. Fashion favorite Eddie Borgo is known for the edgy-meets-contemporary-boho
jewelry that every It girl adores (you may recognize his highly emulated pieces, such as the pave cone bracelet). Let's just say it was kind of hard to contain our excitement when we found out his pieces would be under $50 and totally customizable.
Inspired by "maker culture,"
Borgo has designed pieces that can be added on to others for a totally
personalized look, individual to every Target shopper. Pieces are buildable and
can be mismatched in the best way, giving you flexibility to create an
accessory that is all your own—charms can become keychains, bracelets can become
necklaces and so on. From a marble-swirl print pouch to a mixed-metal
triangle totem necklace, this collection is filled with baubles every cool girl
Shop both ranges before they sell out starting on July 12 on Target.com. Eddie Borgo accessories will be sold at select Target stores and Surprize by Stride Rite will be sold at all Target stores starting on July 19.