The mannequin displays seem stuck in a time warp (note the bouquet of fake flowers). Kmart needs serious help in this department.
I recently scoped out the clothing department at Kmart, a store I have not visited in years. When I was a kid, shopping at Kmart was not something you advertised, even though most of us and our families sorta had to out of necessity. I think the stigma of shopping for clothes at Kmart has diminished somewhat simply because the store has been overshadowed by competitors such as Walmart and Tar-jay (which Kmart is definitely NOT). I don't see myself going out of my way to buy clothing at Kmart since the nearest store is 30 minutes away, however, I will certainly keep an eye on their online offerings, which have improved significantly in recent months. You just never know where you'll score that next bargain that will have everyone asking, "Where did you buy that?" And the secret will be yours to keep, or share if you're feeling generous. Do you shop for clothing or accessories at Kmart? Why or why not?
This rack held plenty of breezy, basic cotton tops that would be perfect for summer but I couldn't find my size. On the flip side, there was no shortage of sizes M-XL, and almost everything was between 25-40% off.
These coordinated knit-tops and skirts were almost cute but the prints lacked sophistication.
This 100% silk blouse was under $15. I just wish the print wasn't quite so bold, though I'd consider wearing it peeking out from under a cardigan or jacket.
I liked these colorful maxi dresses until I discovered they're 100% polyester. At least they won't wrinkle.
More cute and colorful dresses...
More cute maxi dresses that could definitely look hot with the right accessories. I'd definitely pass on the hot pink and white zebra print though...