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Walmart Fashion | $15 Cargo Pants Styled Two Ways

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Walmart Fashion Blogger styles $15 cargo pants two ways
Today I had fun styling these $15 cargo pants by Walmart Fashion two ways. Since the pants are just $15—and come in sizes 4 to 20— I'm sharing both the amazing cinnamon spice colorway as well as the versatile black. Both colors can be interchanged in these two casual looks, giving you even more options!

Walmart Fashion | $15 Cargo Pants Styled Two Ways

For Look 1, I paired this knit pant (with lots of pockets!) with a corduroy mockneck top. I love the texture of this top, you'll definitely want to grab one or more pieces in corduroy for fall 2020.

I added a neutral leopard ankle boot with a low heel that's great for everyday. I own last year's version and they're very comfortable and fit true to size.

The beanie is part of a hat and scarf set which makes a great gift idea, too. My Walmart beanie is my most-worn hat, it's soft, warm and the perfect shape.

For Look 2, I paired the cargo pant with a striped tee and sherpa-lined denim jacket, perfect for crisp fall days. I can not believe this jacket is under $30! So so good.

To finish the look, I added these amazing hiker boots by Scoop NYC for just $46. I love the pop of red in the laces. These boots also come in a gray/brown colorway with a felt fabric detail and contrast bungee cord laces that looks so high-end. It will be tough to pick a color for these lug-sole boots!

Shop the cargo pants HERE (don't forget, with you get free 2-day shipping on most orders of $35+!)

Look 1:
Corduroy Mockneck Top ($14.98)
Knit Cargo Pants ($15.96)
Beanie (and scarf set, $18.94)
Leopard Boots ($14.98)

Look 2:
Stripe Boatneck Tee ($11.98)
Sherpa Lined Denim Jacket ($27.96)
Knit Cargo Pants ($15.96)
Hiker Boots ($46)

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