Walmart, the US-based retail giant, has something to offer for kids!
The retailer has expanded its Free Assembly private label into the kidswear category. The kidswear collection, reportedly, offers around 50 different styles with prices ranging between US $ 6 and US $ 36.
The new collection comprises ‘foundational wardrobe staples’ that include the likes of athleisure wear, plaid prints, coordinated items and faux Sherpa items – all in sizes ranging between 5 and 18.
The new kidswear collection will appear seasonally.
Meanwhile, the American retailer has said that Free Assembly Kids was designed to complement the adult collection. Following the addition of tween brand Justice to its assortment, Walmart has been putting efforts to strengthen its kidswear section.
Prior to all this, Walmart had also launched another private label ‘Wonder Nation’ for kids sized 4 to 18, in 2018, so as to to make ‘itself a destination for apparel’.
Notably, Free Assembly’s fall collection includes styles for everyone – including 99 pieces for women, 21 for men, 28 for girls and 19 for boys.
Walmart, which generates US $ 559.2 billion, is reportedly the largest private employer in the world with 2.2 million employees.