Free Assembly from Walmart

Hi friends! Happy Wednesday! You’ve probably noticed I don’t share a lot of Walmart fashion, but I was perusing the website the other day and decided to order some Free Assembly from Walmart to share with you. Spoiler alert…these are all good. Really good.

Both of these pieces are Free Assembly, and they are both such good quality and choices for a spring closet update. Honestly, all of these are really good quality and would make for good closet staples this spring.

This striped sweater is a beautiful knit. It has almost a silky feel to it, and can be dressed up or down. It pairs beautifully with this pair of paper-bag pants, but I think it would also look great with dress pants or a pretty cream skirt. It comes in several other prints and colors and the price point is crazy good.

Now for the paper-bag pants. They are cotton and also available in olive. They’re really comfy. I think this entire outfit would be perfect for a teacher or an office atmosphere with a more relaxed environment. For size reference, I’m wearing a small in all of these, including the pants.

I love a cotton sweater. A good cotton sweater is even better. this one is a cropped length, and comes in several colors. The cotton feels really nice, and will work well from now until summer.

Here’s the same sweater in this beautiful watermelon color. How perfect for spring! These sweaters work well with high waisted jeans, but could also look really cute layered over a little sundress. Since they are cotton, they’ll be good for warmer days.

This pair of jeans are from Social Threads. They’ve got a moderate amount of distressing to make them trendy without being too much. They are slightly cropped (depending on your height) and have a good amount of stretch. These are currently sold out, but will probably restock soon.

You know how I like to save the best for last. Well that was a hard choice this time, but this last sweater is was definitely my favorite. Again, it’s great quality and a nice cotton. I love all the details. The wide waistband, sleeve bottoms and neck, the stripes and little accent of yellow. Think about how adorable it will be with white jeans. Add a pair of block heel sandals to dress it up a little.


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  1. February 9, 2022 / 4:06 am

    I saw that Free Assembly stiped sweater in navy with red trim at my Walmart and could not believe how good it felt. That line is so impressive!

  2. Gloria
    February 9, 2022 / 5:34 am

    I love Free Assembly and discovered it last year from a petite blogged I follow. I got some cute dresses last summer and plan to wear them again this year I don’t go into my local Walmart but it’s so easy to shop and like you said, it’s so good. The quality is nice and the price is right. Thanks for reminding me to check out their sweaters!

  3. Karen
    February 9, 2022 / 11:29 am

    Love these finds! Can’t believe that sweater is from Walmart! Can I ask what size in the social thread jeans you’re wearing? Also are they a soft denim with some stretch?
    Thank you

    • Lisa
      February 9, 2022 / 1:27 pm

      Hi Karen, I’m wearing a 27 in the jeans. They are soft and have stretch without bagging out. XO

  4. February 10, 2022 / 3:47 am

    I love the Free Assembly line! All of these pieces are so cute on you!

    Jill – Doused in Pink

  5. February 12, 2022 / 12:48 pm

    I had never heard of Free Assembly before, so reading your title, I was like, “Ooh, what did she get assembled from Walmart??” HA! You found some great things! Love a cropped sweater! Hope you’re having a great weekend, Blog Mom! xoxo

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