We all love Walmart for last-minute gift ideas and household essentials, but their fashion department is amazing! I’ve been shopping Walmart fashion for the last three years and I’m always impressed with the variety of styles and trends you can find at a great price point. I’ve been getting a ton of requests for holiday looks and decided to show what I’ve recently picked up and other outfit ideas from Walmart! For more holiday outfit ideas from Walmart, you can visit Part One and Part Two of this series. Keep reading for what’s in my most recent order.
The first outfit is the outfit with the green coat. I’ve been eyeing it for a while but it sells out so fast! I was finally able to get it because it’s back in stock! I got a size small and it fits true to size. It’s this gorgeous emerald green, and trust me the pictures don’t do it justice, it’s even prettier in person! I’m also wearing a small in these metallic jeans but I would recommend sizing up. All of these holiday outfit pieces are wardrobe essentials you can wear beyond the holiday season, as well.
The second outfit is the pink top and split-hem pants. This top is absolutely gorgeous – I also own it in black. The pink top has gold metallic threads running through it which makes it so festive! But again, you can wear it now during the holiday season and you can wear it for dates night after the holiday season has passed. It would be so cute for Valentine’s Day!! The split-hem pants are super trendy and have an awesome price point. They fit true to size, are high-waisted, stretchy, and are super comfortable as well! You can also dress these up or down depending on the look. That faux fur black jacket is also true to size.
Loving these holiday looks as much as I am? Here are two more outfit inspirations! Click either photo to shop!
If you love these styles as much as I do, you can shop them below. Thank you so much for visiting the Blushing Rose Style Blog, and very special thanks to Walmart for partnering with me on this post. As always, all views and opinions are mine.