Just in time for PSL season, you can upgrade your travel mug with a brand new look. The hotly anticipated Starbucks x ban.do merch collab has finally landed!

Starbucks has teamed up with ban.do to release its first-ever product collaboration available in the United States. The collection features two different prints, a deep-colored floral pattern and a millennial pink covered in fall-inspired illustrations of rain boots and umbrellas.

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it's here! our latest collection with @starbucks has arrived and YES it's available in the US and canada (except quebec…sorry quebec)!! for this collection we have a couple new patterns: cozy icons & midnight floral. cozy icons features everything we love about fall – rain boots, comfy sweaters, and pumpkin spice lattes, and midnight floral is an exclusive design you can only find inside @starbucks at @target stores. we are so so so happy that this collection is available at starbucks licensed stores around the country (think grocery stores, airports, and hotels) but if you can't find it near you, you can enter our hooray for fall giveaway and win the whole collection – plus a $1000 target gift card! to enter and for more details on the collection, head to the link in our profile! #bandoxstarbucks

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Fans of these beautiful patterns can score the look on ceramic mugs, double-wall travelers and 24-ounce Starbucks cold cups. You can also accessorize your coffee run with a notebook and pencil pouch in the same prints, in case you want to be fully matching while you pen your to-do list at Starbucks.

The new ban.do designed items are available now, but you can only score them at Starbucks locations in Target stores. That’s right, cute coffee and an excuse for a Target run. (You’re welcome.)

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: shopbando via Instagram

 

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