Jason Wu for Target Is Back in Stock Online

On your marks, get set, GO: Jason Wu for Target is back in stock online! Happy Friday, everyone. After all the drama--from site snafus to rabid reselling--the mass retailer has quietly restocked their online store with the whole collection, though a good portion of it is already sold out again. While most fashion lovers will rejoice, no doubt the couple that bought out a Miami Downtown Target store's full stock--that's $7,000 worth--won't be quite as pleased, as their plans to resell their items for astronomical prices are likely foiled.
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On your marks, get set, GO: Jason Wu for Target is back in stock online! Happy Friday, everyone. After all the drama--from site snafus to rabid reselling--the mass retailer has quietly restocked their online store with the whole collection, though a good portion of it is already sold out again. While most fashion lovers will rejoice, no doubt the couple that bought out a Miami Downtown Target store's full stock--that's $7,000 worth--won't be quite as pleased, as their plans to resell their items for astronomical prices are likely foiled.
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On your marks, get set, GO: Jason Wu for Target is back in stock online! Happy Friday, everyone.

After all the drama--from site snafus to rabid reselling on eBay--the mass retailer has quietly restocked their online store with the whole collection, though naturally it's selling out fast again.

While most fashion lovers will rejoice, that couple that bought out the entire stock from that Miami Downtown Target--that's $7,000 worth--won't be quite as pleased, as their plans to resell their items for astronomical prices are likely foiled. Karma!

But still, why was the couple allowed to purchase that many items in the first place? Weren't there restrictions in place? Finally, an answer from Target. The retailer toldThe Observer: "We did test limitations on Target.com, so people could only two items of any given item in a particular size, and some stores did elect to enforce the 2-item policy, but only in select locations.”

Let's hope in the future, stores will want to re-think their approach, and enforce limitations in all locations.