While there’s a time and place to invest in your wardrobe, the truth is that you really don’t need to spend a ton to score elevated staples. Given the inherently chic nature of fall and winter style, it’s the easiest time of the year to find polished coats, versatile knits and fashion-forward accessories. One retailer that I can always count on for a full cart of affordable yet stylish basics is Walmart. They just released a ton of new items with modern touches that deserve to be seen. To make shopping as easy as possible for you, I culled through all my favorite brands from Walmart.com and handpicked a good range under $75 that I know you girls will love.
Now that the weather matches with the season, there’s only one thing I want: knitwear. Colorful knits might be all the rage, but it’s the neutral styles you’ll want to wear over and over for years to come. Walmart’s knitwear category is brimming with possibilities from sweater dresses to statement knit tops. I just got this Sofia Jeans dress and it’s an absolute stunner for the holidays. I love the twist back detail.
One of the best things about fall and winter style has to be boots. While my collection has expanded over the years, over-the-knee and knee-high boots have proven to be infallible. The sleek silhouette is so good underneath dresses or on top of jeans. I’m loving my current Scoop boots – they have a bit of an equestrian vibe to them and look so classic.
You can always make a simple statement with the right coat in the fall. Between the modern menswear silhouette and gold-tone buttons, this Free Assembly coat is the epitome of luxe. It’s under $75 and takes any outfit combination up a notch. It’s super easy to layer over jeans and a sweater or a feminine sweater dress.
Now’s the time to trade your crossbody carryalls for 90’s-inspired handbags. There’s something about the effortless slung over the shoulder or across the arms that looks cool yet chic. Walmart offers the trend with several cute pieces that are less than $40 a pop. I linked my favorites below.
This post is sponsored by Walmart.