Designer Dresses at Target: RIXO, Christopher John Rogers & Alexis

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Target is about to put their Spring Designer Dress Collaboration goes on sale online & in-stores on Sunday May 16.  The collection will feature a colorful collection of 70 dresses from designer’s RIXO, Christopher John Rogers & Alexis.  Before Covid-19,  Target’s designer collaborations have, with few exceptions, sold out very quickly. Despite high sales, the quality has not always been good and there have been many returns for some of the collections.  I’ll be going to the store to check the quality of the collection out on May 16, but I may also order a few pieces from RIXO for Target online at midnight PT /3 am ET on May 16. Shoppers can shop online, on Target’s mobile app and of course in store. The collaboration will be offered in Women’s sizes and Women’s Plus Sizes. Prices for the collection range from $50.00 to $60.00.  That’s quite a bit more affordable that the Designers’ original collection with dresses ranging from $200 to $400US +.  You can see for yourself how pricey the beautiful RIXO dresses and tops are at Net-a-Porter.

There are no purchase limits on the collection and the return period will be 30 days (not 90 days as it’s been previously for some of the Target designer collaborations.)

Following are some of my favorites from this collection:

ALEXIS for Target Blue

Floral Tie-Front High-Low Dress – ALEXIS for Target Blue


 RIXO for Target Blue Maxi Dress

Floral Puff Sleeve Lace Inset Swing Dress – RIXO for Target Blue Dress

What’s on your wish list readers? Are you excited for this designer dress collection or is it a little too bright?  See a few more of my favorites below:


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