How Much Is Who What Wear’s Target Holiday Collection? You’re In Luck, Budget Shoppers

Leave it to Target and the fierce ladies over at Who What Wear to create the chicest, most affordable holiday collection we've ever seen. Filled with glitter, faux fur, velvet, and cozy, cozy scarves and sweaters, it's the stuff that Christmas/Hanukkah/New Years party dreams are made of. Who What Wear's Target Holiday collection, which went on sale online and in stores on Tuesday, is basically the only thing you're going to want to wear from now until the ball drops.

And the best part? It's crazy affordable. The collection's dresses range from $35 to $45, with skirts starting at $25 and most of the accessories costing less than $20. Every item in the line is under $50, with the exception of a faux-fur coat (which is my personal favorite piece), which retails for $59.99.

It may sound too good to be true, but the only catch here is that the pieces will only be available until January. Given how cute and cheap the collection is, it's likely it will sell out fast (#tbt to some of Target's other collabs that sold out in mere minutes). Certain pieces won't launch until mid-November, so they may last longer, though better to order what you want now just to be safe. Need a little shop-spiration? Here are five pieces from the collection that will give you the most bang for your buck.

1. Fur Mittens

Women's Fur Mittens, $16.99,

Has there ever been a cuter way to keep your hands warm?! Just don't try to text in them.... there will be disastrous, typo-induced autocorrect.

2. Lacy Bodysuit

Mock Neck Bodysuit, $24.99,

Who says a turtleneck can't be sassy?

3. Sequin Tank Top

Women's Plus Sized Sequin Tank, $27.99,

New Years Eve, here you come.

4. Sequin Pencil Skirt

Women's Sequin Pencil Skirt, $32.99,

Because there is literally no such thing as "too many sequins" between Dec.1 and Jan. 1.

5. Velvet Dress

Women's Velvet Wrap Slip Dress, $34.99,

This is the kind of dress you'll never want to take off, and will be totally comfortable sleeping in (and waking up in) after too much egg nog.

Images: Courtesy of Target