This post is sponsored by Walmart
Who says style has to break the bank? Last week, I showed you how to build affordable luxury outfits. Today, we're building on that theme. If you shop wisely you can incorporate luxury brands, mid-price point brands, and oh-so-affordable brands into your wardrobe. Today, I’m thrilled to partner once again with Walmart which has stepped up its style game in recent years.
Today, I'm continuing to show you how to build affordable luxury outfits.
I'm focusing on one of my favorite brands: Scoop at Walmart
I'm focusing today on accessories, denim, and tops. Everything is shoppable via text- and image-widgets
An easy way to stay modern, fresh, and relevant is by adding on-trend accessories to your closet. And that’s just what I’ve done in today’s post: share a little bit of this and a little bit of that.
A pair of chic sunglasses are a must-have all year long even during the winter months. The Scoop line offers several styles but I picked up the cat eye sunglasses along with the square sunglasses.
Flap Front Crossbody Bag | Hexagon Covered Buckle Belt | Square Black Sunglasses | Cat Eye Black Sunglasses | Shirred Button Front Shirt | Western Booties | Cropped Wide High Rise Straight Jeans | Cuff Turtleneck Sweater
If you’ve followed the blog for any length of time then you know I LOVE belts. This green belt with a hexagon buckle is just a bit different than the slew of black and brown belts we see every day.
And Western boots add a bit of FUN to any outfit. They’re quite popular this year so I decided to take these out for a spin. I love the higher block heel that adds comfort and stability and looks fantastic with a wide-leg pant.
For a sophisticated handbag take a look at this flap-front crossbody handbag with top handle. It comes in three colors.
And speaking of wide-leg pants an easy way to incorporate a new silhouette is with a pair of denim. Free Assembly offers premium denim without the premium price tag. I have to say their denim is well made and on point so I couldn’t resist trying a pair of cropped wide-leg denim on for size. I sized up to a 10 and happy that I did.
As for tops, I love, love, love this shirred front button-up that can be dressed up or down. And what can I say about a gray turtleneck sweater that’s a wardrobe basic that comes in handy on a chilly day. Love the embellished detail that sets it apart from the pack.
Left Board: Button Cuff Turtleneck Sweater |Zip Neck Cable Sweater | Ribbed Turtleneck Sweater | Metallic Foil Sweater | Cable Knit Turtleneck Sweater Right Board: Faux Patent Leather Crinkled Clutch Handbag | Square Black Sunglasses | Flap Front Crossbody Bag | Hexagon Covered Buckle Belt | Ruched Shoulder Bag
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is the Founder and CEO of Style at a Certain Age. She writes Sundays-Fridays on all topics ranging from fashion, health, wellness, home design and more.
She’s 63, 5’8, and size 8.
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