This post was sponsored by Walmart. All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of Walmart.
Spring is almost here and it is the perfect time to start prepping for the new season and for me that includes my wardrobe. I am adding new staple pieces from Free Assembly a line committed to sustainability by Walmart and today I am highlighting pieces that I love and I know you would too! Think dresses, layers, and comfort since we are spending more time home; spring essentials! I love that Free Assembly is affordable, committed to sustainability, and has a ton of amazing designs. I am highlighting 3 looks that speak to my different vibes.
First off when I think Spring, I automatically think of spring dresses! This Tiered A-Line Dress immediately caught my eye. My dress retails for $36 and also comes in blue and rust. I layered it with this Shirt Jacket in misty rose(it also comes in other colors.) I love the contrast of these two colors which are a perfect combo for spring. My accessories are also from Walmart, click here for my sneakers and here for my bag.
For my second look, I went for you guess it more florals but this time in this super cute Women’s Slip Skirt. It paired perfectly with the Women’s Boxy Cropped Mock Neck T-Shirt and this super-soft Women’s Puff Sleeve Cardigan. The cardigan is a great layer whether you are spending time indoors or outdoors. I completed my look with the same accessories from my first look to showcase its versatility.
For my 3rd look, comfort was the goal and I have been living in this separates by Free Assembly since I got it (I am about to get it in another color)It is that comfortable! I fell in love with the misty rose color of this Classic Raglan Sweatshirt which retails for $20. I paired it with the matching Classic Sweatpants which also retails for $20. It is also available in navy, light blue, and grey. It went perfectly with my sneakers.
You can shop the Free Assembly line online at Walmart.com or your local store. Thank you for reading, you can see previous Free Assembly items I shared in the past HERE.