Basic tees get a fashionable jolt with photo-realistic sea creature designs. And isn't that neon green just yummy?
The other day I "discovered" a new-to-me Walmart store in my area which carries—get this—both the Norma Kamali for Walmart collection and To the Max! I was ridiculously excited, in part because when the Kamali collection first launched, I called just about every Walmart within a 25 mile radius of my house and was told by store managers that they didn't carry the line nor would they be carrying it in the future. Well, guess they were wrong! Anyways, if you live near a Walmart that carries these two lines, they are definitely worth checking out. I try to avoid impulse buys (operative word is "try"), so on this visit I just scoped out the new spring stuff, then I picked up a couple pieces from the To the Max line on clearance, including a very artsy ombre sweaterdress, for just $7 a piece. Here are some pics I snapped off the racks to give you a feel for what's in store. Anything catching your eye?
I'm pretty sure I've seen Rumi rocking these jeans on Fashion Toast. If you can pull off the acid-wash/bleached denim look, these jeans cost next to nothing and look just like the couture denim on the runways!
This army-green draped dress is so unbelievably fabulous and designer-looking and cheap! I need it. Pick this up for your summer vacations, ladies! Five stars all the way.
Here's another eye-catching top for days when basic black feels boring. The cranes are so happy-looking, too.
Awesome safari shirts for the urban jungle. I was impressed by the quality and cut.
Mix and match these cargo shorts with the safari shirts for effortless summer style. These photos don't do them justice!
From soft t-shirt dresses to lightweight cardigans, the Norma Kamali spring collection presented everything you'd need to construct a casual yet stylish warm-weather wardrobe.
To the Max offers great office wear for budget conscious gals, including two-piece suits for under $50, total! Wow.
Both the Norma Kamali line and To the Max line offer coordinating sweatsuits that are actually quite tasteful and the fabric felt so cozy. Lounge in style for about $30 a set.