It’s been a while since a designer collaboration with Target has people so upset. The vineyard vines for Target collection just might be that good.
Twitter is a buzz today with disappointed shoppers who aren’t able to get their hands on Target’s latest collaboration with vineyard vines. Back in the day, I would have lined up at dawn to run through the aisles of Target Supermarket Sweep style just to get a designer label at a Target price. But this morning, I just browsed online and noticed a lot of things were already sold out or not available at my local store. It’s been a few collaborations since that has happened.
I liked what I saw online from vineyard vines for Target. Super adorable dresses and off-the-shoulder tops, bathing suits for the whole family, beach towels, home goods, dog apparel, candles, hats, polo shirts, dresses and rompers, baby accessories, pool inflatables and a million other things.
Keep reading for Target’s vineyard vines return policy.
Admittedly, I’m not familiar with vineyard vines. I do know there is a vineyard vines store in Newport Beach, but I’ve never stepped foot inside. But, I’m also not the preppy county yacht club kind either (thanks for that definition Urban Dictionary).
Here’s the rub, you guys: the vineyard vines for Target stuff is freaking adorable.
Three Target stores later, me, my daughter and our home are the preppy county yacht club kind. Here’s what we got and here’s what I want to go back and get.
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My daughter is set for swimsuit season. I got her both the vineyard vines one-piece and the bikini plus the long sleeve rash guard she’ll use for boogie boarding this summer.
I often forget that my daughter is no longer 4 years old. I would love to forever dress her in rompers and sundresses but she would much prefer anything but. She did however agree to this red and white romper with the promise of wearing it on the Fourth of July.
Let me add that she loves a t-shirt. We couldn’t find any t-shirts in the girls line but she grabbed this one for herself. The back reads “Every day should feel this good.”
I have been on a hunt for a great new swimsuit. I don’t think this vineyard vine for Target one-piece is the one but I could be wrong. I didn’t try it on while in store but brought it home to try on instead. Follow our Instagram to see if I kept it or not!
Oh my heart, the vineyard vines for Target home goods were so cute and I restrained myself from throwing every outdoor pillow, melamine cup and throw blanket into my red cart. But these placemats were only $5 each. We’re talking Target Dollar Spot prices, people!
What I didn’t buy from the vineyard vines for Target collection?
I passed on all the dog toys and accessories. Also left behind the pool inflatables, outdoor games, beach towels, candles, all the baby stuff, backpacks and beach bags, puzzle, reusable mugs and water cups, coasters, playing cards, travel make up bag, wagon, beach chairs and umbrella, baseball and bucket hats and stickers.
What I would love to go back and get from the collection
I would love to go back for the 14″ Lobster Bowl and 19″ Rough Seas Serving Tray seen in this photo. They are perfect for outdoor dining this summer.
I am also considering a couple of throw blankets, this pair of embroidered whale shorts for my daughter and this sleeveless v-neck cover up.
Target’s return policy for vineyard vines.
Target’s return policy for vineyard vines is different from their standard 90-day return policy. There is a 14-day return policy for vineyard vines purchases. REDcard holders have 14-days plus an additional 30 days for vineyard vines returns.