How to Shop Walmart

Save Money. Live Better. Dress better? Surprise, surprise: Walmart fashion isn’t an oxymoron.

After dabbling with Target-esque designer collaborations, the biggest company in the world has, for the most part, gone back to its roots of bringing low-cost goods to middle America. Following that mission, there are still some chic finds (but you do have to dig)– at rock-bottom prices.
So leave your style snobbery at home and grab a cart.

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  1. Gerryl Puelle says

    I think the problem with Walmart has nothing to do with snobbery. I would not shop there at all, and think everyone else should join me in this, because of the well-established policies of Walmart which result in very poor treatment of their workers, both in the U.S. and abroad.

    American taxpayers might also reflect on the fact that the low-paid Walmart workers frequently turn for help to the government.

    People of conscience, give up your support of Walmart!

  2. Beth says

    I’ve heard those sides of stories, as well I’ve heard my sister’s story of being an employee of over 8 years there and loving it. She supports her son by herself on the pay she receives there as well they provide health benefits for employees and their families. Mind you, we live in Canada, but your statement did mention abroad….

  3. Amanda says

    I agree with Beth! And I’m in the states. My dad has worked there for 4 years and not only are they fabulous employers and their benefits amazing….but when my dad was out for surgery during the holidays I might add…. They were fabulous to him and his family!

  4. says

    My husband has worked there over 7 yrs and I’m in the states. He’s hired plenty of people and knows several people that have been there for years. He’s not one that will take bs from anybody so they definitely don’t mistreat their employees

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