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Earlier this week I made a trip to Target. I was looking for a few flats since I bought one from there a month ago. The pair I bought fit so well and comfy that I figured why not get more. Not only that, they looked fabulous and were very affordable. I also needed chocolate as it seems I can`t function without it.
Unfortunately I found a lot of really cute ones, yet none my size! Damn all you 8.5 feet women! All the ones I wanted were gone! Even the ones on sale! Must be a common size : (
My hubby whom I dragged with me, quickly disappeared and came back with 2 bags of Dove chocolate. He knew it would keep me quite. Lord knows I don`t shut up when I don`t find what I`m looking for. It put a temporary smile on my face.
On our way to pay I asked him to stand in line so I could check out the scarves. There were none that I liked and started heading back towards the register. I stopped at the jewelry quiosk not expecting to find anything. I normally avoid Targets jewelry wall because a lot of the items are too trendy and done in bad taste. To me at least.
While at the jewelry stand I found a gorgeous rose gold set. I just had to have it! I asked the lady for them and didn`t even bother trying them on. I didn`t even ask for the price. I just "I want!" The chain is a nice length. Every few inches there are circle with faux diamonds. The rings were a trio set in the same color. 2 plain, 1 with the same faux diamonds. This set also came in what looked like an onyx, silver hybrid. But being that I didn`t own any jewelry in this tone, I thought it was the perfect choice.
The necklace was $30. The rings $15. I found them to be a bit pricey for Target jewelry but didn`t dare leave without them.
Have you purchased any jewelry from Target? Do you like my picks?
Note* Thank Gerlinde for pointing out that I had mistakenly added the wrong text to the pictures!
Images are my own
Images are my own.