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Stylish mum wows after wearing an $8 top from Kmart children’s section

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Stylish mom wows after wearing an $8 size 14 top from the Kmart KIDS section — and it looks like pieces worth a whopping $50

  • Mom-of-one Jessica Allen styled an $8 kid’s tank top from Kmart
  • She stumbled across the sleeveless yellow tank top while shopping
  • Jessica bought size 14 and combined it with white linen pants
  • After sharing a photo online, others couldn’t believe the top was from Kmart
  • Similar purchases from alternative brands can cost up to $55










Affordable style blogger Jessica Allen impressed hundreds after styling an $8 tank top from Kmart’s kids section.

The Gold Coast mum-of-one stumbled across the sleeveless yellow tank top while shopping and bought a size 14, which fit her perfectly.

Jessica styled the top with simple white linen pants and shared an image of the outfit with her 16,500 Instagram followers.

Australian mom and affordable style blogger Jessica Allen (pictured) styled an $8 yellow top from Kmart’s kids section

“I was walking by the girls’ section in Kmart and came across this $8 top,” she captioned the post.

“I’m a size 14 and it’s still very stretchy!”

While Jessica bought the racer neck sleeveless knit top in yellow, it also comes in pink or navy blue from sizes seven to 18.

Similar purchases from alternative brands can cost up to $55 for a simple yellow summer tank top.

Jessica bought the racer-neck sleeveless knit top in yellow, but it's also available in pink or navy blue from sizes seven to 18

Jessica bought the racer-neck sleeveless knit top in yellow, but it’s also available in pink or navy blue from sizes seven to 18

The post was soon inundated with comments from astonished women who couldn’t believe the top from Kmart.

‘What!!! This is unbelievable, I thought maybe it was a Zara bodysuit or something,” one woman wrote.

‘What a great find, looks beautiful,’ added another, a third wrote: ‘It’s so cute and a bargain at $8!!’

Another woman admitted she buys clothes from the teen section of Seed and Country Road because it’s “so much cheaper.”

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