Flowy, feminine and functional are three words to describe the new Pioneer Woman fall fashion line at Walmart.
"The blouses are lightweight enough to wear on their own while the weather is still somewhat cold, but totally perfect to layer under a jacket or wrap if it's colder outside," Ree Drummond told "Good Morning America." "I also love the mix of cardigans; they're casual and cute and fit right in with my lifestyle these days. They look great with boots or flats -- whatever you're in the mood for."
"The colors are incredible in the fall collection this year, and I have a couple of surprise shades -- like a super-saturated marigold -- that makes certain pieces absolutely pop," Drummond continued.
The Pioneer Woman ready-to-wear collection is available in select stores and online at Walmart, with sizing options available in small to XXXXL. Scroll on to shop the line and for some extra styling tips from Drummond.
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"I have a short reversible jacket that's so darling; you can wear the floral print side if you want to have a busier pattern, or flip it inside out and wear it as a solid with just a hint of the pattern on the trim," Drummond said. "Lots of amazing options, and they look good on everyone!"
"The floral sweater is one pieces I'm loving," Drummond said. "The colors are so bright and the flowers are big and bold, and what I love about it is that you can wear it with really faded jeans and sneakers, or you can throw it over a pair of black leggings and wear knee-high riding boots. And it's young enough that my girls love to wear it, but not so young that it feels too juvenile for my mom and me."