If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen how excited I was about finding out that LIberty of London was not only doing a collaboration with MAC this Spring, but also with Target's GO International partnership. So this past weekend a ton of Liberty stuff showed up in Target. There was far less in-store than I imagined there would be. I didn't see any of the dinnerware, or storage bins, for instance. I did manage to find a couple of the things on my shopping list, though! I got the above toss pillow, 5x7 picture frame and a set of 3 small notebooks.
Here you can see the back pattern of the pillow. I love the smaller complimentary version of the bold pattern on the front. I am planning on getting the bedding in this pattern as well, which is why I got this. Sadly there was only one toss pillow in this pattern so I'm going to have to get the other co-ordinating pillows online. This pillow is available for $19.99.
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MAC Liberty of London Nail Polish in Blue India $12 at maccosmetics.com
Are you headed to the MAC counter this weekend? I hope so, because MAC new Liberty of London collaboration is on counter now, and the one product that caught my eye and I couldn't let get away was Blue India nail polish. I love blue and I love Liberty of London, so it was sort of a foregone conclusion that this was going to be mine. MAC polishes are hit-and-miss for me, some are thin and streaky, others look completely different than they do in the bottle. This subdued greyed-out blue is just what you think you're getting. In two well-pigmented coats you're looking at the same color on your nails that you see in the bottle. I love this with my beige skintone, and it complements gold jewelry so well. This is must-have to me!!
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If you weren't already aware, I'm a pattern fanatic. If my Konad addiction weren't enough of a tip-off, you might recall my love for toile. It doesn't stop at toile; something about patterns just gets me. The uniqueness and interesting designs I could stare at all day before I could ever have a real grasp on what's really going on in front of my eyes. For this reason I also love Vera Bradley products. I love seeing the new patterns every season, even if they're not my cup of tea. Same goes for Liberty of London, who is famous for busy and breathtaking patterns that leave me in awe. When I found out MAC was collaborating with the London store for a new collection, I was so excited. Sadly, barely any of the products are calling out to me enough to actually buy them, but the scarf caught my eye. I'm not going to be purchasing a scarf with a makeup brand's name on it for $100, but I can still enjoy the look of it.
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