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YES: The Webster For Target Is Here And We're Giving It Away!

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    Okay, let's get serious: Playing favorites isn't our forte, but our love for The Webster isn't some sort of fleeting spring fling. Some might even say that in the fast-paced world of shops du jour, The Webster has captured our fickle hearts. So, when Target announced its "The Shops At Target" partnership with The Webster (along with retailers like Privet House and Cos Bar), we were part "no duh" and part shaking with anticipation.

    The lookbook debuted today, with pieces co-created by Laure Heriard Dubreuil and hold onto your flamingo-prints — the looks are great. With more citrus than Emergen-C and bold, colorblocked separates, the entire range embodies the cheeky youth of the store and the city in which its based. Highlights include the two-piece bikinis which harken back to "Magic City"-style glamour and the playful mix of mints and corals. All the offerings are perfect for the Miami native, with a stock of set staples to roll from the office, to cocktails, to the beach. In short, it's a tremendous amount of fun.

    Speaking of fun, we've got a massive treat for readers. Laure shared with us one of her favorite pieces, the palm-printed (and we do love palm print) straw beach bag made for toting all your beach-y essentials. Not only are we giving it away to readers, but we are choosing 50 (yes, you read that right) luckies to take home the tote. All you have to do is sign up for our totally tropical Miami newsletter between now and Monday at 5 p.m, and we'll choose half-a-hundred winners from the mix. And the flamingo keychain? All yours.

    Photos: Courtesy of Target
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