With April in full swing, it’s time to revamp your spring collection with the latest styles. From bold prints to eye-catching dresses, there are endless options that can easily become part of your wardrobe. However, I recommend sticking to classic fashion staples that you can mix and match to create entirely new outfits. For instance, knit sets, gingham outerwear, and strappy sandals. The great news is that you don’t need to spend a fortune on these items, as Walmart’s Scoop line offers a range of chic pieces at an accessible price point. Below, I’m sharing some of my personal favorites from Walmart.com that will help you lean into spring with ease.
I’ve been obsessed with matching sets for the past few seasons now. I love how easy they make it to piece together a stylish outfit, as they come pre-coordinated. Walmart’s Scoop line offers matching sets in a range of styles, from casual loungewear to dressier options for special occasions. I ended up grabbing this set in two different colors. The skirt is so soft – and the classic design means you can style it with a cute tee and sandals or with the matching cardigan and bralette. The black and blue colors are just perfect for those days when you’re short on time but still want to look on point.
One of best things about the Scoop line is that it serves up variety of affordable options that cater to different styles and preferences. Their offering of bold prints span across florals, stripes, and abstract designs that will instantly freshen up your wardrobe. You can pair a printed top with your favorite jeans or layer a printed trench over a simple dress to add some interest to your outfit.
When it comes to footwear, there are a few key styles every girl should own this spring. They include include strappy, block-heel sandals, like the two pairs I’m wearing, as well as platforms and anything made from raffia. I find those three options super versatile – and incredibly stylish with everything from dresses to jeans. Scoop’s sandal line-up definitely doesn’t disappoint.
This post is sponsored by Walmart.