I’m so excited to be partnering up with Walmart again on this post! Today we’re shining the spotlight on one of my very favorite Walmart brands, Free Assembly, and sharing the spring wardrobe basics you need in your closet. Think well-made, elevated separates that you can mix and match with ease. And the best part? They’re all under $30!
Trust me when I tell you that this henley is a must-have! It’s the perfect layering piece and looks effortlessly pulled together on its own with a pair of straight leg jeans. I’m wearing a size medium and it fits true to size with a fitted silhouette.
And if you’ve been wanting to try the 90’s straight leg jeans trend but don’t want to spend $100, this pair of under $30 jeans is your answer. The quality, fit and wash all scream designer denim and they’re a steal at just $29. Stay true to size in these.
Another wardrobe basic I always love for layering in the spring is a chambray shirt and I love the western details on this one. It’s perfect layered over stripes, solids, or a graphic tee and pairs perfectly with all your favorite jeans and shorts.
These black jeans are another wardrobe workhorse that I’m loving. Again, the quality, fit and wash all scream designer denim and these are also under $30. I love that they have no distressing and they’d be perfect for a business casual environment.
You can’t beat a classic striped tee. It’s perfect on its own or layered under cardigans or jackets. I love the elevated details on this one like the contrasting stripes and cuffed sleeves. I have a medium and its the perfect boxy fit.
And finally, this cute cardigan is the perfect spring sweater. Wear it alone or over your favorite tees and tanks. It’s another great option for the workplace or a chilly spring evening and is very soft. It comes in a handful of neutral colors and I’m wearing my true size medium.
You can easily mix and match all of these Free Assembly with so many of the pieces you already have in your closet to create endless outfits! For more affordable Walmart finds to help you transition into spring be sure to check out THIS POST.