How to Make Altuzarra for Target Look Expensive – Part 3

Our inbox is blowing up in response to our Part 1 and Part 2 posts last week on Altuzarra for Target, so here’s one more super-on-trend, mixed-print look courtesy of our Regional Style superstar contributor from Texas, Jen Munoz! Even though it looks like separates, Jen is sporting a dress from the collection and the designer has kindly taken the guesswork out of how to properly mix prints by pairing exotic python with menswear pinstripes. We love how Jen added a pop of color with an orange belt and finished the look with her go-with-everything, patent nude Louboutins. Classic designer accessories up-level the look beautifully.

Jen Target 1 Dress, Altuzarra for Target (Only $50!) // Belt, Merona (similar here) // Pumps, Christian Louboutin // Earrings (similar here and here) // Watch, Michele Watches

To increase versatility and revamp the dress as fall and cooler weather take hold, Jen recommends popping a bright crew neck sweater over the top or adding a jacket and boots to change things up.

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Sweater, Eileen Fisher (Plus Size) // Bootie, Halogen (On Sale!) // Dress, Altuzarra for Target // Jacket, REISS // Over-the-Knee Boots, Tory Burch

This look also comes in the form of separates, if you prefer, and the skirt could go easily out in the evening with strappy metallic heels and a sleeveless silk top.

altuzarra for target separates_0 Separates | Shirt, Altuzarra for Target // Skirt, Altuzarra for Target


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