A STYLIST has shared her guide for purchasing clothes at Target, and some of her suggestions were surprising.
Ashlyn, who goes by the TikTok handle @fashivly, is a personal stylist who often shares styling tips and shopping advice online.
She recently shared a TikTok video giving advice on the do’s and don’ts of shopping at Target.
“I’m a stylist and I’m about to show you what to buy and what not to buy at discount stores like Target,” she first said.
She first showed off her own look to share her personal style. She paired an oversized leather shirt jacket with a midi skirt, high socks, loafers, and a furry purse.
She filmed herself walking around Target and showing off some of the women’s apparel that was on display.
For her lists of “do buys,” she recommended buying elastic-waist pants, while showing a pair of trousers.
“These are mostly gonna be cotton either way,” she said, adding: “Same thing with sweatsuits. These are mostly gonna be cotton or cotton blend.”
“Spend less money on them,” Ashlyn suggested.
She also gave a green light to denim jackets.
Comparing them to options at more expensive stores, she said: “The fit is gonna be fine, the quality is the same.”
She was also surprisingly adamant on getting good deals on slip dresses at Target.
Ashlyn explained: “It’s all polyester whether it’s $20 here or $100 at Nordstrom.”
For her “do not buy” list, she commented on pieces that are of lower quality and that won’t last as long.
“Do not buy high-pile sweaters like these,” she said as she showed off super fuzzy sweater tops.
“They pick really easily after one to two washes,” she claimed of the pilling material.
Likewise, Asnlyn says to steer clear from faux leather.
Specifically showing a jacket, she said: “These smell really bad, they pick so easily.”
“Pay $50 more and get something that’ll last you two years,” she alternatively suggested.
And the last thin Ashlyn said to not bothering buying was denim jeans.
She simply said: “The fit on these is never that great. They look cheap.”
A lot of the stylist’s advice seemed to be overshadowed by those stunned that Ashlyn labeled Target a “discount store.”
In addition to many people praising Target’s jeans, someone wrote: “A do buy (from someone who’s worked in the industry a long time) is whatever you like or want to spend your money on. Do you.”
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