Good morning, friends! I hope you all enjoyed a nice weekend celebrating Mother’s Day with your families! I’m excited to be partnering with Walmart again for their We Dress American campaign! This has been such a fun campaign to be apart of and I have loved sharing cute, affordable outfits here with you all from Walmart. I have been blown away with what I have found in the fashion department these last few months. A few of my favorites I have shared here are these shorts, this striped tee, this cute swimsuit coverup (I shared this one over the weekend on Instagram!) and this handbag that I have used as an everyday bag since I purchased it.
Let’s talk white for summer, shall we?! White is always a classic. You can pair it with just about anything. What about an all white outfit? Well I’m a huge fan! Although it doesn’t work year round, it’s fun to break out all of your white pieces for summer. I found this sandwash tank a few weeks ago and have already worn it tucked into shorts paired with sandals and a hat. It’s a cute, casual outfit that can be worn any day of the week! The tank has an adorable tie detail at the shoulders that adds a little something to it than your basic white tank. When I saw this button front midi skirt, I knew pairing it with the sandwash tank would make for a pretty cute summer outfit. I love this skirt as a work option, weekend option with sandals or a summer vacation look!
I first shared this basket tote last week! Since it came in the mail, I have used it every single day taking the little guy to the pool. The quality of it is so good for only $35! I love that you can dress it up like I did here or it’s just as functional as a pool/beach bag. And lastly, I have styled these ruffle wedges with so many outfits from Walmart recently. Every time I wear them, I can’t believe how comfortable they are! A neutral wedge for the summer is a must have for all of your cute outfits!
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Here are more pretty white pieces from Walmart!
Thank you to Walmart and RewardStyle for sponsoring this post. As always, opinions are my own.