Designer Collaboration: Tucker for Target

Who is Tucker, you ask? Tucker is Gaby Basora. She designed a draped silk blouse that by 2005 was flying shelves of Barneys New York and shortly turned into a gotta-have-it line of beautiful, romantic blouses, dresses and now even pants, jumpsuits, outerwear and accessories. I was so excited to see that she was planning a collaboration with Target. I checked out the line in person today and here’s my take.

  • The prints are true to the Tucker style – vintage inspired, mostly floral. These will be great for seasons to come and especially with the 50′s reminiscent look for this fall. Pair one of the print blouses with a tweed skirt or pants and you are set!
  • The material is not quite as luxurious as her regular Tucker line, but looks more expensive than it is and seems that it will hold up.
  • The shapes: You will find her signature blouse and dress, camisoles, and a few simple A-line skirts and jackets. The dresses didn’t offer much to emphasize a woman’s shape, but a leather belt at the waist could fix that.
  • I was surprised to see so much burnt orange! If you are a UT fan and in need of some more orange for your wardrobe, check out the camisole and dress. There’s even a herringbone orange and white skirt.

Here are some styling ideas!

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