"live" on Target.com, and in tabbing through the offerings, here are my initial thoughts:
Although there are some wearable day-dresses - the best of the bunch shown here - this line is mainly focused on eveningwear. So if you're looking for something to wear to a formal occasion or to go out clubbing, then this is the line for you.
I don't have a need for formalwear, which is why I honed in on these three dresses that could work in a variety of settings: the office, going to brunch, out to dinner, attending a wedding, etc. From left to right, we have the Yellow Beaded Shift Dress at $59.99 (available in stores only), the Black & White Rose Print Peplum Dress at $49.99 (available both in stores and online) and the Cosmo Pink Drop Waist Dress at $49.99 (also sold both in stores and online, and also available in Black and in Purple).
Keep in mind that I haven't checked these out in person/in-store yet, so I have no idea what the fabrication is like. With some past designer lines Target has "cheaped out" on fabric materials and construction, but hopefully that won't be the case with Kate Young. I do notice, however, that her line goes up to size 16 (whereas most of Target's designer collabs only go to 14) so kudos to her on that point.
What about you out there, readers? Have you checked out the Kate Young for Target line? And if so, what are your impressions?