Friday, January 13, 2012

Rare Walmart Gem

I don’t advocate shopping for clothes at Walmart. However, if one was to do so, they must do it wisely. Choose the right color, because sometimes the same piece in black looks much cheaper then the one in cream. And, try it on! I know it is so easy to purchase on impulse when it’s only $7, but be careful. They fade quickly, the straps fall off easily, and not all buttons are sewn on properly. Just warning you. But there is the rare occasion when I can find a gem that may be great through the first couple of washings, and paired with the right pieces or accessories, may just look like it was more then $7. 

For instance…

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This little shimmery top. I grabbed it while last minute shopping for stocking stuffers.  It was perfect sparkle for the holidays, or anytime a little hint of dazzle is needed.

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I wore it to a Country Christmas Live Music show.  My seven year old and I entertained the audience with dancing in the aisle (upon invitation) to Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree. We tried for a dip on the finale, we ended up on the floor. Entertainment at it’s best y’all.

See some of my other past Walmart gems (with the right styling)

My rough road to super-store shopping

Father Time

Red, White, and Blue

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3 comments:

Melody's Voice said...

Cute outfit :) love the boots.

Kimberly said...

you always look so cute in all your outfits!

Heather said...

I love this outfit! Cowgirl boots have so much personality and can transform any outfit - yours are so cute!

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