If you watched my story, you saw that I wasn’t able to record video during this Old Navy try on, so I’m going to detail my thoughts on the items here and if you have any additional questions, just lmk.
This dress. omgggg. It falls like a perfect maxi should. And priced like a perfect maxi should be (under $25). I paired it with a belt, but it looks just as cute without.
Ok, so I haven’t doubled much into the world of Old Navy athleisure, but I’m an instant fan. The styles and colors look very similar to outdoor voices for a fraction of the cost. I love this blush top (thumb holes, duh), but its also super super soft. One thing you may not know about me is that I’m a wind breaker junkie. I imagine it started when I was a child in the 90s, but unlike most children, I never really lost the appreciation of the jacket. I’m actually kind of shocked this one is as pricey as it is, but Old Navy has a billion sales everyday, so you’ll likely get it at a discount. All of this comes in multiple colors.
I LOVE this denim jacket. It’s the perfect wash and fit. I’m wearing an XS for reference. I paired it with a basic swing dress. I also need a tan.
I was instantly attracted to this dress because I thought the colors screaming spring! Dress them up or keep them casual. It does run big, so I opted for a XS and I think it hugs perfectly!
This outfit came home with me because I couldn’t wait 5-7 days for shipping. I’m obsessed with this tee. Yes, its a basic striped tee, but i felt like it fit me like a glove and it was $7. I love that it can be worn with a front tuck or out. These shorts are mom-appropriate when it comes to length, so they’re a yes for me.
Same shorts, different top. I love a good front tie top for spring and summer (and fall and winter…) and Old Navy has tons of these options! They do run big, so size down to get that fitted look!
These shorts would look SO much better with tan legs, but such is life. I’m still a fan of them, especially paired with a fun chambray top.