If you’re wondering what you should be lunging for now that the Hunter for Target collection has arrived, I’ve got you covered. I went on an adventure to Big Sur, CA, with the two brands to preview the new collaboration and test it out for myself. Spoiler: it certainly didn’t disappoint. The line is chock-full of boots, outerwear, clothing, shoes, accessories, and outdoor gear with affordable price points and quality materials. In fact, the quality is so impressive I can’t believe the prices are so reasonable. By purchasing these products, you’re investing in items you’ll have for years to come.
Besides being accessible and well-made, did I mention that this stuff is cute as hell? There are so many thoughtful little details that go into each piece, making them all feel special. I saw every item in the collection, so I rounded up my favorite pieces that are definitely worthy of your money. From iconic rain boots to on-trend track pants, these are the 10 must haves I’ll be wearing all Spring long. Find out what makes them so covetable and unique.
I have been wearing these Hunter for Target Waterproof Ankle Boots ($35) from morning till night, and they’re ridiculously comfortable. The soft lining keeps your ankles padded, so you’ll be blister-free no matter where you’re trekking. I’m partial to this versatile forest green hue, but these boots also come in pink, yellow, navy blue, and orange.
I audibly gasped when I slipped into this Hunter for Target Rain Coat ($45) — it’s so chic. The sheer design allows you to show off what you’re wearing underneath while remaining dry in rainy weather. The jacket isn’t bulky, yet it still kept me cozy in Big Sur’s chilly weather.
How cool are these Hunter for Target Tapered Side Snap Track Pants ($26)? Wear them with a tee and sneakers, or dress them up with heels and a lacy camisole. The buttons at the bottom of the legs allow you to wear them flared or straight, it’s up to you.
If you’re worried about a drizzle but don’t want to throw on a big jacket, slip this Hunter for Target Waterproof Packable Poncho ($30) into your bag. The cheerful yellow hue looks great with jeans. Plus, the front-zip pocket comes in handy for keeping your belongings dry.
I wore this Hunter for Target Bum Bag ($20) as a crossbody all weekend, but you can wear it as a fanny pack as well. I love using it because it’s a hands-free option for when I’m on the go. Bonus points: I’m a sucker for pockets, and this piece has plenty of those.
I’m obsessed with this Hunter for Target Bubble Umbrella ($20) because it covers my face, yet I can see right through it as I walk down the street. The mod look is worthy of an Instagram snap.
Sometimes I want to wear a cap that doesn’t scream “sports,” and this Hunter for Target Baseball Hat ($15) does the trick. Its lustrous finish and close-fitting cut looks equally stylish with athleisure or a button-down.