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Hey friends! Today I’m sharing some of my favorite fall essentials, and they are all from Walmart. Walmart has so many great styles for the fall season, and some of my favorite brands are Time & Tru, Free Assembly, and Scoop.
You can wear all these pieces together or mix and match them with other pieces in your wardrobe.
Fall Essentials from Walmart
Cardigans are a fall must-have for me, and the shorter button-up cardigans are trending this year. You can wear them with a shirt or wear them alone, buttoned up.
Cardigan (small) • Straight Leg Denim (6, but I would size down) • Booties (TTS, a similar option HERE) • Satchel
Fall is perfect for denim, and these Time & True mid-rise straight jeans are under $20. They have some stretch, so if you’re in between sizes, size down in these jeans. Wear them with sneakers or booties.
Speaking of booties, they are a fall must-have. This year’s higher shaft booties work well with straight-leg jeans. These Time & Tru booties have great reviews and are under $30.
The Time & Tru booties in the cognac color are sold out, but these mid-heel booties are another option.
Lastly, I love a fall handbag, and this classic satchel comes in three colors and is a nice everyday bag.
Another item I picked up for fall is this lightweight quilted jacket. This is the perfect layering piece for the fall season.
Walmart has affordable fashion for the whole family; you can check it out here.
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