A FASHION influencer has revealed some of her new fall wardrobe additions she purchased from Walmart & why it's better to buy clothes from the store online.
Breanna Alexis, who's known on TikTok by her username, breannaalexisb, said Walmart "has all the fall fashion trends you need this season", in the caption of her fall fashion haul video.
She said that Walmart "continues to launch their fall fashion," which encouraged her to want to share a few autumn outfits she's purchased from the retail store.
"Everything will actually be from Walmart," she added. "The shirt, the pants, shoes… Everything."
Breanna wears a large in all of the Walmart-purchased outfits she showed off in the TikTok, she said. She also added that she wears a 13 in pant size. She's 170 pounds and 5'4 tall.
The first outfit the TikToker, with nearly 250,000 followers, featured a tan hat with a plaid shirt, jeans and tan cowgirl boots with a pointed toe.
She went on to present an outfit with an ivory oversized cardigan, leather-appearing straight brown pants along with another pair of pointed-toe boots.
Finally, she wore a sporty striped t-shirt accompanied by a cardigan with leggings and black boots.
In the comments on her video she said she prefers to buy online.
"I get everything online because they always have my size. My store only has a small section of fashion," she wrote.
Store websites also often have more exclusive sales and discounts than what's offered in the physical store, The Online Shopping Expert reported.
A GOBankingRates survey that asked which store had the best online shopping experience found that Americans overwhelmingly favor Walmart for their online shopping, at 42 percent.
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The 65 and over age group had the strongest preference for Walmart at 49 percent which is followed by the 45 to 54 age group at 47 percent.
In the survey, Target followed Walmart taking the second spot with 31 percent. Americans favored Costco for online shopping at 9 percent, far behind the other stores.
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