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Walmart Spring New Arrivals

This post is sponsored by Walmart.

Walmart New Spring Arrivals 2021 Trends and Affordable Style
I had THE hardest time writing today's post. Not because spring is still a way's off for many of us, but because Walmart just dropped so many incredible spring pieces! Once you take a look, you'll see what I mean.

Walmart Spring New Arrivals

First let's start with some lightweight sweaters. These are perfect for transitional months. Feminine details like ruffles give them a spring vibe. Just style with your favorite jeans and mules for a cute, casual look.

I am loving the puff sleeve trend for spring, it's so wearable and instantly updates your wardrobe. Try it on a pretty blouse or casual day dress. Add sneakers, mules, ankle boots or sandals when the weather warms.

For denim, there are retro wide legs for casual Fridays, distressed white jeans to pair with colorful tops (or neutrals), and high-rise button fly skinnies that work flawlessly with every cropped style (or your favorite band tee).

Update your sneaker game with a new pair of fresh kicks. Look for details like animal print or colorful laces to add interest.

Have I convinced you yet to start shopping for spring? If so, you'll find all my favorites in the widget below—and so much more on Enjoy! xoBB

love this! thank you....but really want to know what you end up with because we have similar tastes/style..i end up wearing pieces over and over! .and you take the guess work out of my shopping!:-)
#1 belinda chapais on 2021-02-07 19:37 (Reply)
Hi Belinda, That is the kindest compliment! I will update you on what I end up buying/keeping but so far I've ordered the sneakers in the white/leopard and a few tops from Free Assembly. I will do another post on my personal faves soon. I'm always looking for mulitasking pieces that I can get a lot of wear out of, too. Stay tuned!
#1.1 Dianna Baros on 2021-02-08 18:06 (Reply)
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