I finally had the chance to run to Walmart to see what’s new for fall! (This is not sponsored at all, I just love sharing good Walmart finds when I see them.) And y’all, there are so many good pieces right now, especially if you’re a fan of the leopard trend (which isn’t actually a trend because it’s not going anywhere). I’m 27 weeks pregnant in these photos so keep that in mind, but many of the pieces are bump friendly and I included a couple maternity pieces too. Typically Time and Tru (Walmart’s main women’s clothing brand) runs big, so I always get my normal size small or a 2 or 4 in pants. Sometimes things will be a bit oversized, but that never bothers me, and that definitely isn’t a problem if you’re looking for cute and comfy fall clothing. Be sure to watch Instagram Stories (I’ll save it as a highlight too) to see the full video try-on session.
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Walmart Fall Fashion
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Open Front Cardigan: I’ve owned the cream one for about 18 months and it’s a staple in my closet and feels way more expensive than $13.96. This mustard (actually called “Apple Juice” on the tag) isn’t listed online right now but it’s available in so many colors online. I’m wearing a medium here but would get my normal size small if they’d had it (though medium works just fine too).
Leopard Print Dress: This dress is so pretty and even works with a bump (I have on a small)! I’m super picky about the leopard prints I’ll wear (sometimes the coloring can be off or it just looks cheap) but Walmart hit it out of the park with this dress. Snag this one for work or a party! Under $30 and rivals the more expensive ones available at J.Crew and other places.
Leopard Print Cardigan and Black Maternity Jeans: Ok so this cardigan is not made to go with a pregnant belly…but if you’re not pregnant and want a lightweight leopard sweater then GRAB THIS ONE! It reminds me of all of the cardigans I used to own from J.Crew back in college. Seriously, feels the same and everything. Love this so much and it’s under $13! The maternity jeans are full-panel and pretty cute too if you’re looking for a good option to get you through the fall. (I have on a medium in the cardigan though I’d say it’s true to size and would prefer a small, and a small in the jeans.)
Fleece Vest: This fleece vest is so soft and cozy and I promise I would not actually wear it with a tank top lol. It’s only $10 and comes in a couple cute colors. This would be such a cozy layering piece and it looks similar to some more expensive ones I’ve seen this season. I’m wearing a small.
Striped 3/4 Sleeve Boatneck Top: I love this top so much! The cut is great and it reminds me of the Artist/Painter t-shirts at J.Crew and J.Crew Factory. This mustard color is especially fun but it comes in a few different color-ways. I’m wearing a medium but if I wasn’t pregnant I’d get a small.
Light Rain Jacket: This olive rain jacket is so stinking cute and I wish I could find it online! The cut looks much more expensive and olive is always a wonderful color, especially in the fall (though it also comes in navy and some other colors). I’m wearing a small. This would be a great fall layering piece! This anorak is under $22 and really cute too and very similar if you don’t want one that is specifically for rain.
Peasant Top: This short sleeve version isn’t online but the long sleeve version is! It works well with a bump because it has a bit of an empire waist and I think it’s really cute. I have on a size medium to work with my belly. If you can find the short sleeve version it’s under $14 and the long sleeve version is under $16.
Leopard Print Maternity T-shirt: This is a cute and comfy maternity t-shirt! It comes as a 2-pack online and the other top is black (under $14 for the pair!). The fabric is very soft and it has shirring on the sides. I have on a size small.
Leopard Print Pants: It kills me that I can’t find these online because they are perfection, especially if you work in an office. They remind me of the pixie pants you can find at J.Crew and Old Navy, but they’re only $14.94. They’re called the “Millennium Skinny Pant” if you happen to see them on store. I couldn’t zip up the side zipper but you get the idea. These are a must and look and feel so much more expensive than they are! Here is a pair of leopard jeggings (under $13) and a pair of leopard wide leg crops (under $19) that both get good reviews and will get you a similar look.
Oversized Pointelle Cardigan: This sweater isn’t online right now but if you like a slouchy oversized cardigan that’s perfect for layering then this is the one for you. Comes in a couple colors, though I’m partial to the light pink. I have on the small here and it’s $18.88 in stores.
Button-Front Wide Leg Crops: These make me think of the wide leg crops that were at J.Crew this spring! Same cut and everything, except way cheaper (under $19). (Very on trend and they’d look way better if I wasn’t pregnant and I could actually button them up lol). They come in a denim color too. If you’re looking for something similar you can also then give these paper bag pants a shot (under $17)! They look sooooo cute and I love the paper bag waist (always flattering!).
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This is awesome! Who knew Walmart was the next great shopping destination? I love that you take these staples and style them so well!
Thanks Ashley! There really are some great things to be found at Walmart, I think they’ve really upped their game these past couple of years. I love seeing what kind of looks I can pull together from there! Thanks so much for reading and for taking the time to comment 🙂
Love these looks, and I’m about 20 weeks pregnant so they speak to me right now. I’ve added many of these available items to my shopping cart online. If you have other suggestions for pregnancy clothing that I can transition to wearing when I’m not pregnant, would love to know, if you have time! Thank you
Hi Blair! Thanks for reading and for that suggestion! I’ll definitely get to work on a post like that because I really value pieces that work during and after pregnancy too!