Style Guide: Peter Pilotto for Target

Peter Pilotto for Target on TheWellSet.com What to Buy <3 How to Wear <3
Peter Pilotto for Target Price info and pictures here
The Clothes
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Outfit 3 aka Lunch with the Cool Mentor: Peter Pilotto for Target top, KJL cuff, Zara white pencil skirt, Louboutins, Kotur clutch

Outfit 4 aka Mimosa-Museum Brunch Date: Zara semi-see through polo, Peter Pilotto for Target skirt, Nike Air Max shoes 

Bonus Buy: Peter Pilotto for Target kicks (just like all the fancy, net-a-porter ones here)

Who's Peter Pilotto? Great question, here's a picture of his Spring 2013 line and according the his website:
Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos are the designers behind the PETER PILOTTO label. Pilotto is half-Austrian, half-Italian and De Vos is half-Belgian, half-Peruvian. They met whilst studying at Antwerp’s prestigious Royal Academy of Fine Arts in the year 2000.

PETER PILOTTO’s vision of womenswear embraces both new and classic perspectives on elegance. Otherworldly prints combine with soft sculptural shapes to form the handwriting of the design duo, something which evolves and is explored each season as opposed to being reactionary.
Peter Pilotto Spring 2013 Collection on thewellset.com <3
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Anyway, I've put together the above looks to get you all jazzed about the affordable line coming out this Sunday, February 9th at a Target near you. 

My favorite part of this collection is the items that are black and white focused. This trend is really hot right now but also incredibly timeless. I also really covet that structured, color block blazer. What a great staple. It reminds me a lot of old school Alexander Wang. 

Things have been crazy here. Life used to throw me one or two major, pivotal moments a year. Now I feel like I get one or two a month... Not sure how to describe it, but I think the Universe is trying to tell me something? Time to start listening. I will share more when I can. Please send me some vibes. XO. Over and out.

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Rest in Peace Phil Hoffman. You will be missed. Honestly, if your name was in a movie I automatically gave that movie credibility and wanted to see it. You were one of a kind and your death is a reminder about the short time we have on earth. Plus it goes to show that even those of us that are deemed successes still struggle. 

His 'Uncool' scene in Almost Famous was one of the first scenes that resonated with me as a film discovering adolescent. His performance transcends the stereotypes in the film and taps into the collective consciousness. The need to be cool. To fit in. To be loved. 

We must remember to be good to one another. It's all there is in the end.

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