This week’s “refreshment” is Old Navy. And I must say, their new spring items are quite refreshing! I love Old Navy, because you can find all the trends at REALLY affordable prices. The most expensive piece in my roundup is only $60 (and it is a jacket, so that is justifiable.)
I wore an Old Navy Dress in yesterday’s post, distressed Old Navy denim in this post, and the softest pink swing top in this post. I’d say my track record says it all. Today, they are having a 25% off SALE with code SAVEMORE! You’re welcome.
Old Navy Spring Picks for Under $60
Reversible Tote. While this tote comes in various colors, this one is especially cool because it has a fun print on one side, and a neutral shade on the other. Perfect!
Linen Midi Dress. The fitted bodice on this dress is a nice balance to the amount of fabric in the midi skirt. I'd say this dress is country-cute.
D'Orsay Flats. Some are calling this shoe trend the "grandma shoe". I disagree! I think these are totally stylish! Since these are $25 you can try the trend without making too much of a commitment. They come in black, too.
Jersey Drawstring Jumpsuit. Jersey is just so comfortable. I would probably be caught wearing this as pajamas. In all seriousness, you can wear this casually, or dressed up with heels and a statement necklace. As with a lot of Old Navy pieces, this one also comes in black.
Bell Sleeved Blouse. You know I love peasant blouses (last seen in this post.) You can easily get the "I just threw this on but don't I look chic" look with a peasant blouse because it is an interesting piece on its own.
Tie-Waist Shirt Dress. Old Navy offers tall, regular, and petite in some things, including this one. It is nice to be able to get a piece with the correct length and proportions. Even if you don't get the sizing exactly right, the tie waist ensures that it will be flattering.
Tie-Waist Shorts. Another sure-to-flatter option. These are great for us girls who have bigger booties and thighs, but we still want to be comfortable in shorts. The red is so fun!
Harper Trousers. I know I have talked about these in the past, but I think I might actually like them more than the Pixie Pants! They come in a lot of colors and are professional enough for work.
Peplum Cami. The striped pattern on this top is so interesting! No one wants to wear something skin tight when the weather starts to get warm. Throw your favorite solid-colored cardigan over this for a nice layered look.
Chambray Shirt. I included some menswear in this roundup. If you're looking to buy your man-friend, husband, brother, father, whomever a gift, a chambray shirt is a good place to start! Dan has a chambray pullover and he LOVES it. Old Navy has multiple colors of chambray, too.
Utility Jacket. I have been seeing these jackets everywhere. Besides the bomber jacket, this is the spring jacket the men in your life need, especially if they are the trendy type. The colors to look for are navy and army green.
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Let’s see I own the geo-print peplum tank, the blue gingham set and the blush Harper pants you featured here. Great minds think alike.
Deepti Karulkar says
Wow, the outfit is really cute. Really great find!
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Pam Hetlinger says
Old Navy has some awesome finds that are super affordable! Thanks for sharing. xo, Pam
Old Navy is pretty awesome. Thanks, Pam!
Leah Behr says
Dying over this cute gingham set. I seriously LOVE old navy!
xx Leah / http://www.eatpraywearlove.com
I’m so glad you agree!
Musings over Mochas says
I am so into that gingham situation. I think I might need it!!
Yeah the gingham is seriously calling my name!
It’s super cash right now too!
Yes it is! I had to put the super cash deadline on my calendar so I wouldn’t forget to use mine!
Amy Ann Arnold says
Old Navy consistently has some great things! Loving that set.
Straight A Style
I love Old Navy! Thanks, Amy Ann!