There's lots of talk about the People of Walmart website, so I decided it was time I scoped it out. After all, if I'm going to be credible as a blogger, it's my job to be informed and stay on top of these things. ("These things" refers to the website, not the people of Walmart!) I spent considerable time browsing the website because, frankly, I was just mesmerized by the variety of fashion possibilities the site presents.
Apparently, the fashionistas of the site do not limit their creativeness to their personal wardrobes; for some, that ingenuity extends to the vehicles they drive--just 'cause that's how they roll! (I love that expression--been dying to use it.)
Walmart has for some time allowed their parking lots to be used as overnight campsites for motor coaches. Below is a new take on motor homes: a kind of DIY wooden tent on wheels. The photo did not include any details about the "camper" so I can't tell you if it has built in plumbing or not. I sure wish I'd known about this little gem when Hubby and I made our cross country road trip back in September!
For others, it's all about style. The paint job on the Volkswagen Beetle below boggles the brain! Not only is it heart-stoppingly handsome, but you could drive through the Cyprus Gardens and be fully camouflaged. Definitely someone out there was thinking ahead.
Maybe your goal is to blend in, should you ever visit the Land of the Dinosaurs. Check out the tricked out sedan below. Dinosaurs were not known to have great eyesight, so you definitely could pass as just another prehistoric pretty in this baby. Plus that pointy horn attached to the front of the hood would be handy in traffic when you need to prod a deaf driver or pedestrian to let him know he's in your way!
Who knew that Batman shopped Walmart? Or that he had "gone green" and down sized from that gas-guzzling Batmobile to the much more fuel-efficient BatBug below.
Not all Walmart shoppers are into glitz and glamour for their wardrobe or their mode of transportation. The fellow below, apparently photographed just after leaving the parking lot, illustrates a Minimalist attititude in both! Not wanting to be accused of understatement, he did top off his "look" with a lovely white headband with a dual utility. Not only is it saucy, but it can keep the sweat off his brow as he races that ambulance!
I do hope you've found this waltz through Walmart's wheels to be enlightening. After all, it's why I blog.