If You Shop at Walmart, Get Ready for This “Fantastic” New Change

Some of us are devout Walmart shoppers, while others only head there in a pinch. Regardless of your shopping preferences, it’s widely known that Walmart offers a broad range of products both online and in-store, which is part of what makes shopping there so appealing. If you don’t normally shop at Walmart, however, the retail giant is giving you a great reason to start. Read on to find out what new change Walmart is calling “fantastic,” and how you can take advantage of it right now.

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Walmart has been anything but stagnant this summer.

There have been a steady stream of changes at Walmart over the last several months. Most recently, the retailer announced that it would be moving away from its “big-box” model and opening smaller stores in partnership with Getaway, a

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Mellany Sanchez on Shopping IRL and the Power of a Good Desk

Photo-Illustration: The Cut; Photos: Courtesy of Mellany Sanchez

“Good style is smart,” explains Mellany Sanchez, a wardrobe stylist and creative consultant, over the phone. “Practicality is part of the beauty of dressing.” The New York native has styled model Imaan Hammam for the Met Gala red carpet, worked with Drake, and collaborated with Nike. When styling, Sanchez draws upon sharp lines, functionality, and durability above all. “I love when a silk dress is just cut perfectly and it doesn’t flap up in the wind or expose everything when you bend down,” she says. “That’s smart dressing; that’s smart style.”

Sanchez also takes inspiration from feelings, as when combating the disorienting summer heat with crisp tanks and light trousers; from visual references like early Nike ads; from the work of frequent collaborator Jamil GS; and from her personal relationships, like with her family who have been in New York

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Facebook Live Shopping to be discontinued

Back in 2020, Facebook announced a new shopping experience for its users called “Facebook Live Shopping” so that people could shop directly from live streams on the social network. However, the company announced on Wednesday that Facebook Live Shopping is being discontinued.

As detailed by the company in a blog post, Facebook Live Shopping will be completely shut down as of October 1, 2022. From that date on, users will no longer be able to host any Live Shopping events on Facebook. Of course, Facebook Live will still be available for users, but without options to create and sell products during live broadcasts.

Facebook claims that consumer behavior has been changing, as most users of the social network seem to prefer short-format videos. This is why the company will now focus even more on Instagram Reels, which also has a similar option to let users tag products in a

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