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I’m excited to share the second half of my latest affordable fashion finds from Walmart. I found some more cozy sweaters and even Ralphie got a new sweater jacket. Get free shipping on online orders of $35+. Check out Walmart’s winter fashion shop and holiday style for more affordable pieces.
I prefer neutrals and I usually don’t wear a lot of color but this colorblock sweater caught my eye and I like the easy fit. For size reference I’m 5′ 2.5″ and 115 pounds.
I liked this funnel neck top so much in grey from my previous post that I also got it in black. The scuba material is really smooth and comfortable to wear and it washes well.
These sneakers are very lightweight and the leopard print is a cute detail but the inside of the tongue rubs against the top of my foot when I’m pulling my feet out. If you wear socks with your sneakers then this probably wouldn’t bother you. Size 6.5 fits like my usual size 7 with wiggle room for my toes.
The material for this turtleneck feels more like a tee than a sweater and it has a boxy fit in size XS. The neckline is a lot looser than your typical turtleneck so I would consider this top to be more of a mock neck than a true turtleneck.
I was looking for a holiday skirt and came across this mini skirt in the girl’s section. The women’s version is a longer midi skirt with the same blackwatch plaid. Size XL is 28″ but the elastic waist stretches to 32″ and it’s 18″ total length.
Free Assembly Women’s Tunic Sweater with Long Raglan Sleeves, size XS | Free Assembly Women’s Straight Leg Sweater Pants, size XS | Click here to view the clip from my try-on
This soft sweater set is sold as separates but they look so cute and cozy paired together. The tunic sweater is really long including the sleeves but you can tuck it into the waistband of the pants to adjust the length. The off-white color is a bit see through in the rear of the pants so you need to wear nude seamless underwear.
I was so excited to receive this shacket since I love the winter white combined with the large houndstooth print (the ‘black soot’ option also looks nice). Unfortunately, I didn’t realize that I ordered the wrong size since the item’s listing defaulted to size XL and I forgot to change the size before I placed my order. Size XL is obviously oversized on me but I re-ordered the shacket in size S and M to compare. Update 12/5: I kept size M for an intentionally oversized fit as seen in this clip where I compared both sizes.
Free Assembly Women’s Tunic Sweater with Long Raglan Sleeves, size XS | Free Assembly High-Rise Jeggings in dark tint wash #91, size 0 Short (review here) | Click here to view the clip from my try-on
Here is another look at the tunic sweater and you can see that it’s too long for me here. I’m debating if I should keep it just to wear with the matching sweater pants since I like it as part of a matching set.
I actually tried another matching set from Joyspun but size XS ran too big especially the pants. The set looked laughably oversized on me or else I’d share a photo (if you change the online model from the default the fit of size XS looks similar on me compared the fit model Maila who is 5’3″). I ended up gifting the set to my SIL (she’s 5′ and 120 pounds) and even the pants actually fit her well since she is more shapely on top and bottom.
Lastly, I found the cutest dog sweater for Ralphie. This sweater is well made and it has bear ears and soft white fleece lining along the edge of the hood. Size S is snug and shorter than the listed measurements so I re-ordered it in size M. Ralphie is a 15 pound male Shih Tzu.
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