10 Affordable Finds from Target That Look Like a Million Bucks
It’s hardly news that Target isn’t just for laundry detergent. From homewares to fashion, this mega-retailer has managed to completely slay the affordable-but-looks-expensive game this season. Here are our favorite purchases that we just know you’ll love, too.
Imported from Italy (ooh, fancy), Bravino prosecco and Bravino sparkling rosé ($10 each) are perfect for sipping during your next girls’ night in. The best part? It doesn’t say “Target” on the bottle, so no one will know you paid practically nothing.
So, um, who needs Gucci when you have Tarzhay?
Do you really need two sets of copper mugs for the one time a year you make Moscow mules? Of course you do—you just don’t need to register for the super-pricey ones at other stores.
10 Strawberry Street ($38)
A Statement Floor Lamp
Shhhh. No one has to know that this chic piece was actually under 100 bucks.
It might not be a Rolex, but it is rose gold and the price is too good to beat.
Guys, these lovely lil’ cereal bowls are timeless, rustic and best of all, the kids can’t break ’em. Oh, and did we mention they’re only $2.50?
A Cookware Set
A gorgeous, high-quality set in the prettiest blue hue for less than $150? Coming right up.
Ayesha Curry ($140)
Useful, adorable and ridiculously cheap? We’ll take it.
Hearth & Hand ($13)
This luxurious loungewear is a triple threat: Extremely soft, totally on trend (yep, you can wear it outside the house) and won’t even come close to breaking the bank.
Gilligan & O’Malley ($14)
These bad boys speak for themselves, ya know?
Sugarfix by BaubleBar ($13)