Winter is definitely HERE in Marquette, Michigan.  We’ve already had about three-quarters of Detroit’s average annual snowfall (and there’s a long way to go, people).  We’ll be wearing our winter gear here until March (at least).  So when Walmart recently asked us to take a look at their cold weather options, being the budget-friendly Yooper that I am, it made sense for me to see what they had to offer.

To be honest, this was my first time shopping Walmart fashion and I was expecting to see basically the same thing I saw in-store.  BUT.  They have a HUGE inventory online.  Like when I searched for winter boots I saw UGG, Sorel and Bearpaw.  But they also have lots of sweaters, coats, gloves and hats from brands I had never heard of.  This sweater, for example, is one of my favorites.  It’s perfect with leggings and I love the double v-neck . . . oh and it’s $16!  WHAT.  That’s my kind of sweater.  

Wearing:

Boots: Run small, I’m wearing a size 9 and usually am an 8 (whole sizes only).

Sweater: I love the double v-neck on this sweater – it looks particularly good with a bralette like this (nursing-friendly).  Also in black.

Puffer Coat(xs): Also in a pretty olive color, I love the faux fur and toggle buttons.

Hat & Gloves: These come in multiple colors and are fully lined with microfleece (for extra warmth!). I’m also loving the forest green color.

Bag: Love the roominess of this tote.  It’s soft and comfortable to carry AND . . . the two side compartments are the PERFECT size for carrying bottles of wine (one in each??).  Also in navy.

All in all, I was pleasantly surprised by all of the choices Walmart had to offer.  It’s a great way to get everything you need – from high-end winter boots to budget-friendly sweaters and coats – all in one place.

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A huge thank you to Walmart for sponsoring this post – you guys are now my go-to for all things winter!  I love that you carry so many options from high-end to budget-friendly all in one place.

XOXO,

Scotti

2 COMMENTS

  1. Any tips on how to dress baby in cold weather? Our first was born in late September and while Washington, DC is nearly as cold & snowy as Marquette, we are out and about quite a bit throughout the year. Thanks!

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