I may be the only blogger who’s never tried Walmart fashion before. But since everyone loves finding fashionable yet affordable clothing, I figured it was about time! I truly didn’t know what to expect. And because I’m so picky, I thought I might end up returning quite a bit. Boy was I wrong! I snagged some super cute, versatile pieces that I think you’ll love. I’d love to hear which styles are your favorite in the comments below!
SIZE INFO: I’m normally a 4/6 and wear a 7.5 shoe. Fit/sizing information is included below. Be sure to scroll down to shop everything!
DISCLAIMER: Please bear with me as the lighting for fashion try-ons in our temporary rental isn’t optimal. It will be SO much better in the new house when I have a dedicated space! My iphone upgrade is also coming soon, which will hopefully help more for the time being!
I’m loving monochromatic neutrals and winter white and love this adorable fringe sweater (size M) paired with these pleated tapered pants (color: bone, size 6) and faux suede pointed toe booties in taupe (size 8). Just look at the sweater detailing! I have on a neutral bra underneath and it’s not scratchy at all! If you’re not into neutrals or winter white, there are several color options available for every piece.
SIZING: There’s some leeway with the sweater, depending on how you like your fit. I could have gone up or down and would have been happy. I don’t think the S would have been too small and think the L would have been just fine when oversized just a bit. The pants fit fine with the sweater half-tucked and were a bit loose (but still looked fine) with it untucked. I could have gone with a 4. The booties work well with a thicker sock. I could have gone with a 7.5.
I hate how dark the black outfit photos came out because they’re so ME. I’m in love with this versatile, soft turtleneck tunic sweater (size M). It’s not too heavy, so it’s easy to layer with other pieces. It pairs beautifully with these comfy, stylish vegan leather leggings (size S). Don’t even get me started on these fab faux suede knee-high scrunch boots (size 7.5). These might be one of my fave Walmart fashion finds. They look so high-end, it’s insane!
SIZING: The sweater fits just fine, though I have a long torso and could have easily gone with a L. I often size up in tops for that reason but took a chance here. The leggings run large. I initially ordered in M and they were too large. I exchanged for a size S and was much happier. The boots fit TTS.
See those sneakers next to me? I’m going to do a quick change and take this outfit from edgy to casual in a snap…
This is basically the same outfit, but casual. You can also style these leggings (or regular non-leather leggings if you prefer) with a soft, comfy fleece tunic sweatshirt (size L) and cute on-trend white sneakers (size 7.5). I love how this outfit is comfortable yet elevated at the same time.
SIZING: I sized up with the sweatshirt because I wanted it to cover my bum (long torso problems! Ha!) It was a good decision. It is oversized on me, so if you don’t like that look, you may want to stay true to size or size down. The shoes fit nicely and have a nice amount of cushion. The legging fit info is above.
Because I work from home, I’m always on the hunt for soft, comfy loungewear. And these two Walmart fashion finds are heavenly. Yes…those ARE thumbholes you’re seeing in that mock neck hoodie! (size M) I adore thumbholes, but it’s so rare to find them in affordable pieces. So I snapped this up quickly! The fabric is lightweight and soft, plus the curved hem allows this to look really great untucked. I could live in these soft gray camo sleep pants (size M). They’re super cozy!
SIZING: The top fits nicely, though if I wanted a bit more rear coverage, I should have ordered a Large. The bottoms run large. I tried washing and drying on hot in hopes that they’d shrink a bit. They only shrunk a teeny bit, but are still wearable. And I’ll definitely wear them because they’re so extremely comfy and cute. I would size down in these.
Can we chat about the shacket trend for a minute? I lived through 90s grunge, so this plaid flannel resurgence is bringing back a ton of memories. I’m just not sure I want to live through plaid flannel a second time. But then again, there’s something kind of comforting about it. Anyone else feeling a little confused?? Because I’m still uncertain how I feel about the 2nd coming of plaid flannel and shackets, I decided a great way to test the waters was to pick up a plaid flannel in a subtle print from the men’s department (size M). I paired it with my taupe pointed-toe booties, a white tee, and slim black jeans (size 6). I’ll put a few other patterns I came across down below. What are your thoughts on this trend?
SIZING: For an oversized look, men’s Medium seems to work for me. Small is shorter than I like and Large swallows me. The photo was taken before I washed and dried the jeans. I like them better once they shrunk up a bit. I think I could have gotten a 4, but they’re not bad. Bootie sizing is above.
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