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If you’ve ever shopped at Vineyard Vines you know two things. One, it’s simply adorable. Like, the stuff that Nantucket dreams are made of. Stripes, checks, plaids and pinstripes in soft pastel hues for the entire family. Even the dog.

And second, you know that in order to achieve such a crisp, cool East Coast vibe that will look oh-so-perfect in your professionally-shot family photo you’ll have to pay. Nope, that wee whale logo is not cheap, folks. How much are we talking? In the range of $50 for a boys button-down shirt or $70 for a girls madras dress (to be fair, it does have flutter sleeves and holy cannoli it might just be worth the price tag!). The good news is that we can verify the quality is top notch—my two sons regularly receive my nephews’ hand me downs and even after being worn by four boys, they’re still in top-notch condition.

Needless to say, for those of us with a penchant for prep on a tighter clothing budget, the news of Target’s Vineyard Vines collaboration was music to our ears. We’ve actually tried the product and we’re drooling… over the styles, the quality and the prices! Comprised of more than 300 pieces, the collection is priced from $2 to $120, with most of it costing below $35.

Let’s say it together, friends: Yassss!

Check out our favorite pieces for the whole family below.

Vineyard Vines for Target Women’s Sleeveless Ruffle Tie Waisted Midi V-Neck Dress

Price: $35

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Vineyard Vines for Target Baby Ruffle School of Whales Sleeveless Bodysuit

Vineyard Vines for Target Baby Ruffle School of Whales Sleeveless Bodysuit

Price: $12

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Vineyard Vines for Target  Boys’ Short Sleeve Polo Shirt

Vineyard Vines for Target  Boys' Short Sleeve Polo Shirt

Price: $16

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Vineyard Vines for Target Men’s Striped Swim Trunks

Vineyard Vines for Target Men's Striped Swim Trunks

Price: $25

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Girls’ Striped Scoop Neck Romper

Vineyard Vines for Target Girls' Striped Scoop Neck Romper

Price: $20

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Vineyard Vines for Target Toddler Boys’ 1/4 Zip Pullover Sweatshirt

Vineyard Vines for Target Toddler Boys' 1/4 Zip Pullover Sweatshirt

Price: $16

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Vineyard Vines for Target Women’s Blue One-Piece Swimsuit

Vineyard Vines for Target Women's Blue One-Piece Swimsuit

Price:$35

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Vineyard Vines for Target Women’s Women’s Gingham Long Sleeve Shirtdress

Vineyard Vines for Target Women's Women's Gingham Long Sleeve Shirtdress

Price: $35

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Throw Blankets & Pillows

Vineyard Vines for Target Throw Blankets & Pillows

Price: $25-$30

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Pet Accessories

Vineyard Vines for Target Pet Accessories

Price: $6-$11

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Women’s Sleeveless Ruffle Tie Waisted Midi V-Neck Dress

Price: $35

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Baby Ruffle School of Whales Sleeveless Bodysuit

Vineyard Vines for Target Baby Ruffle School of Whales Sleeveless Bodysuit

Price: $12

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target  Boys’ Short Sleeve Polo Shirt

Vineyard Vines for Target  Boys' Short Sleeve Polo Shirt

Price: $16

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Men’s Striped Swim Trunks

Vineyard Vines for Target Men's Striped Swim Trunks

Price: $25

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Girls’ Striped Scoop Neck Romper

Vineyard Vines for Target Girls' Striped Scoop Neck Romper

Price: $20

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Toddler Boys’ 1/4 Zip Pullover Sweatshirt

Vineyard Vines for Target Toddler Boys' 1/4 Zip Pullover Sweatshirt

Price: $16

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Women’s Blue One-Piece Swimsuit

Vineyard Vines for Target Women's Blue One-Piece Swimsuit

Price:$35

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Women’s Women’s Gingham Long Sleeve Shirtdress

Vineyard Vines for Target Women's Women's Gingham Long Sleeve Shirtdress

Price: $35

BUY

Vineyard Vines for Target Throw Blankets & Pillows

Vineyard Vines for Target Throw Blankets & Pillows

Price: $25-$30

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Vineyard Vines for Target Pet Accessories

Vineyard Vines for Target Pet Accessories

Price: $6-$11

BUY

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May 6, 2019 <br/>By Matt Smith, Walmart Corporate Affairs <br/><br/><i>It’s <a href="https://bentonvillefilmfestival.com/" target="_blank">Bentonville Film Festival</a> Week, and there is a buzz all over town about celebrity sightings and film events. But, this is not just a festival for movie fans – BFF has a mission to influence mainstream media to increase diversity in content. I had a chance to catch up with Brittney Duke, Walmart VP of Marketing, to talk about what separates this film fest from the rest.</i><br/><br/><b>Matt: Ok, we’re rolling. (See what I did there?) This is the fifth year for the Bentonville Film Festival. How long has Walmart been involved?</b><br/><b>Brittney:</b> Since the very beginning! We believed so strongly in what <a href="https://variety.com/2019/film/news/geena-davis-bentonville-film-festival-gender-diversity-1203202772/" target="_blank">Geena (Davis) wanted to do</a> that we jumped in year one.<br/><br/><b>MS: What’s different about BFF in comparison to other film fests?</b><br/><b>BD:</b> Inclusion and equality are top of mind – BFF is focused on increasing diversity in film, media and content. All the films, panels, discussions and key events are focused on increasing the number of women and people of diversity in the industry. We also bring together some of the top brands and networks to help in this important cause. 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And, of course, inclusivity also means people of all ages are welcome! Diversity and inclusion is being talked about at family dinner tables, so BFF is just a direct extension of that conversation with our associates and customers.<br/><br/>I also think younger generations see the world differently – and we can learn from them! One of the panels I’m most excited about is <a href="https://bentonvillefilmfestival.com/shows/dreams-unsung-heroes-of-african-american-history/" target="_blank"><i>Dreams: Unsung Heroes of African American History</i></a> on Friday at 2 p.m. Sheldon Candis, a filmmaker, created a series of short films telling the history of African Americans – through conversation with five high school students. I had the opportunity to watch the shorts, and wow, the students are so insightful! Our CEO Doug McMillon will be hosting this one – all associates are welcome!<br/><br/><b>MS: This festival has turned into a real celebration of diversity. Why is an event like this important?</b><br/><b>BD:</b> To bring awareness to the progress that’s still needed, including its challenges, and to create a platform for amazing talent. You will be blown away by the caliber of talent, ideas and creativity – and unfortunately because of the systemic issues, these individuals don’t always get recognized. 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Come to as many events as you can to learn and be entertained. And, most importantly, dress comfortably! Don’t forget to check out BFF’s website (<a href="http://www.bentonvillefilmfestival.com" target="_blank">www.bentonvillefilmfestival.com</a>), so you can plan ahead.<br/><br/><div class="knotch_378d6701-b039-4f81-bfce-4ed520cde27b"></div>

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We believed so strongly in what <a href="https://variety.com/2019/film/news/geena-davis-bentonville-film-festival-gender-diversity-1203202772/" target="_blank">Geena (Davis) wanted to do</a> that we jumped in year one.<br/><br/><b>MS: What’s different about BFF in comparison to other film fests?</b><br/><b>BD:</b> Inclusion and equality are top of mind – BFF is focused on increasing diversity in film, media and content. All the films, panels, discussions and key events are focused on increasing the number of women and people of diversity in the industry. We also bring together some of the top brands and networks to help in this important cause. It’s the trifecta of content, media dollars and platforms that can drive real change in inclusion.<br/><br/>The festival is also committed to distribution for its top winners through key partnerships with <a href="https://www.amctheatres.com/" target="_blank">AMC Theatres</a>, <a href="https://www.mylifetime.com/" target="_blank">Lifetime TV</a> and <a href="https://www.vudu.com/content/landing/watch-movies-tv?cid=SEMGoogle5787349473&amp;scid=207983839&amp;kwid=13645845799&amp;gclid=EAIaIQobChMI89HKpvT_4QIVXbnACh19EwhXEAAYASAAEgJy8fD_BwE" target="_blank">Vudu</a> – last year, 87% of the films received some form of release.<br/><br/><b>MS: Let’s talk about some movies. There are a couple of films that look fascinating to me, like the <a href="https://bentonvillefilmfestival.com/artists/be-natural-the-untold-story-of-alice-guy-blache/" target="_blank">documentary about Alice Guy-Blaché</a> – a pioneering early 20<sup>th</sup> century director lost to history. 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And, of course, inclusivity also means people of all ages are welcome! Diversity and inclusion is being talked about at family dinner tables, so BFF is just a direct extension of that conversation with our associates and customers.<br/><br/>I also think younger generations see the world differently – and we can learn from them! One of the panels I’m most excited about is <a href="https://bentonvillefilmfestival.com/shows/dreams-unsung-heroes-of-african-american-history/" target="_blank"><i>Dreams: Unsung Heroes of African American History</i></a> on Friday at 2 p.m. Sheldon Candis, a filmmaker, created a series of short films telling the history of African Americans – through conversation with five high school students. I had the opportunity to watch the shorts, and wow, the students are so insightful! Our CEO Doug McMillon will be hosting this one – all associates are welcome!<br/><br/><b>MS: This festival has turned into a real celebration of diversity. Why is an event like this important?</b><br/><b>BD:</b> To bring awareness to the progress that’s still needed, including its challenges, and to create a platform for amazing talent. You will be blown away by the caliber of talent, ideas and creativity – and unfortunately because of the systemic issues, these individuals don’t always get recognized. Creating a platform to experience and learn is essential.<br/><br/><b>MS: The themes in BFF fit right into the conversations we have been having internally about films like<i> <a href="https://www.foxmovies.com/movies/the-hate-u-give" target="_blank">The Hate U Give</a></i></b>. <b>Do you feel events like BFF can expand these conversations to a larger audience?</b><br/><b>BD:</b> I sure hope so – conversation, empathy and awareness can help us all make greater progress together.<br/><br/><b>MS: Ok, knowing what you know about events and (*ahem*) celebrities, what is the one “can’t miss” event to attend?</b><br/><b>BD:</b> One of the unique aspects of BFF is the proximity to our VIPs, so you never know who you might see and where, whether they’re at any of the events or just having coffee on the square or at the Walmart Museum.<br/><br/><b>MS: What other inside tips can you give us about going to BFF?</b><br/><b>BD:</b> Bring your friends. 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