I’ve always been a bargain shopper, always. But when I had kids, my shopping went out the window. My retail therapy turned into psychotic torture! Small Children + Shopping = A Natural Disaster!
However, sometimes I can turn grocery shopping into bargain shopping and kill two birds with one stone at Walmart! And occasionally I get to escape my children and make that sacred trip to Ross. Thanks to WhoaWaitWalmart.com and their Instagram account, I started finding things that I never looked for before, at incredible prices nonetheless and they didn’t require me to try them on either- score! My favorite Ross happens to be next to Whole Foods. It’s easy to hit up Whole Foods for lunch on the weekends and then run next door to Ross while the hubster sits with the kids or comes with and helps me tame the kiddos.
Let me show you some of my fall finds that I’m super excited about!
Dusty Pink Cross-Body purse from Walmart ny Goerge- $13.97 (haven’t found online yet). As you can see, you can easily wear it with all of your fall boots, booties, flats, you name it!
Carlos Santana Open-toe Booties from Ross- $27.99 (directly below the purse). The other boots were last year’s Ross purchases, they’re Blowfish booties. The open toe is perfect for our “fall” in Texas (we don’t get fall, just an extended summer…)
This peachy/pink sweater No Boundaries cardigan was another Walmart find via ‘whoawaitwalmart’- $12.88. Can’t wait to rock this layering piece! The Y Necklace is also from Walmart for $3.88. Such a great place for cheap accessories. They’ve come a long way folks! And again, the open-toe booties from Ross. I love to have multiple ways to wear these bargain finds.
Another awesome fall transition piece from Walmart by No Boundaries! I put a tank under this halter bc it’s a bit sheer. I love the fall colors and tassels- $9.88. And the moccasins! Oh how I love them! Found these guys at Ross and it’s like the halter and mocs were made for each other! They are Lucky Brand found at Ross- $22.
And lastly, another Walmart for the win… Charcoal Bar. They are all the trend right now and I love that they have such natural, safe ingredients. I’ve seen a TON of people post about Beauty Counter’s charcoal bar, and while I’ve never tried it, I did compare the ingredients to this Yes to Tomatoes bar and they were VERY similar. Just a price comparison of $4.99 to $24 for a bar of soap. I do like it. I haven’t seen any documented differences in my skin, but I like the way it smells and I like the bar. So save yourself nearly $20 and go to Walmart 😉