Old Navy Try On

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Happy Monday! Hope you all had a great weekend! Around here we ended up with more snow. This is probably the snowiest winter I can remember and I am so ready for it to be over. But, I won't let it keep me down. Thankfully the roads were decent so I could get out on Sunday and film a try on for you all at Old Navy. The full video is saved in a highlight and also on my stories on instagram.   I have to be honest, I don't typically shop there, but I have seen several other people find some awesome pieces so wanted to see what the fuss was about. I was really feeling Spring vibes there so all the pieces are ready for the warmer weather. It was so hard not to buy all of these pieces!



First up was this casual look. Who doesn't love a camo item? Old Navy has so many great basics and this I think was maybe $7? So cheap and a real staple. Most places I am a small, but I was a solid medium all the way around yesterday. The tee was a little lose, but I prefer a looser fit. I also fell in love with these drawstring khakis. I have a hard time with drawstrings typically. They tend to sit strange on my body, but I didn't have that problem with these. I may circle back and pick these up closer to summer. A little leather sandal would be perfect with these.



They also had a bunch of great work wear items. This top caught my eye immediately because it reminds me of a top at Madewell I have been wanting but couldn't cough up the money. This is perfect and I can wear it so many ways. I am going to show you three ways just in post. Plus it was only $14? I also loved these pants. I have been trying to find a good skinny work pant. These have that black piping down the middle for a little texture. These were a little loose, but comfortably so. These pants also come in a couple other colors/patterns too!



I got really excited when I found this cardigan. They qualify this as a coat, but I think of it as a cardigan, so whatever ;) I just bought a similar one at Express but this is on sale for $20! I love this as a more structured item for work. Looser cardigans are fun but a structured piece can look more professional. Translate: I feel fancy. This is a great option on a budget!



I also paired this top with these side-striped pants. I saw these and literally stopped in my tracks. I have a love affair with burgundy. I don't know if/when it will stop and I don't want it to. I have been meaning to snag some more pants with the side stripe too and these were perfect. They come in a black too and I was tempted, but I thought an option with more color would be better. They also have an elastic waist. Praise be. I am wearing a 6, which was totally comfortable.




I fell in love with a coral color during this try on. This dress is such a flattering shape, it hits a little at the natural waist and I just love it. This would be so fun for Easter or another summer event. It also has a snap on the bust so it doesn't fly open. Wrap dresses have a nasty tendency to overexpose so when I saw that I was so excited. I have tried to sew them on in other wrap tops/dresses I have with little luck, but this is perfect!



I loved the floral pattern on this coral dress too. Definitely another great Easter option. You could also wear it to work with a denim jacket or blazer. I see a block heel or suede wedge with this too as the warmer temperatures approach. The other great thing? The straps are thick enough you can wear a regular bra. It's the little things, right?



I love a jumpsuit so much. I saw this and snatched it so fast. I am a fan of the apron front. It's the perfect shape because it creates a beautiful shape. Sometimes between your arms and chest can just not look so great and this covers that up. It's also high cut enough that I could totally wear this to work with a denim jacket or cardigan too. A wide leg is super flattering too because it kind of mimics a dress. The polka dots were a little preppy so I thought the pop of color with these coral shoes were the best addition. How do I find a way to wear these shoes a bunch? I need them in my life I think. The best little block heel. I need them.

Jumpsuit / Shoes


Last but not least. This look just screamed Spring to me. The salmon color of this sweatshirt just made me feel happy. It looked like Spring and I need that in my life after another snow fall this weekend. It's fairly light weight so it's great for spring or summer campfires. I am finding myself more into lighter wash jeans these days too. These jeans are a high rise, which is the only way to fly these days. It's kind of a straight leg cut with the raw hem, which is still on trend and I am a huge fan. I like it without the rest of the distressing. It's nice to have a mix and the raw hem is just enough. I am wearing a 6 here, which is typically closer to my size but I would size up because these jeans have no stretch. 


There you have it! My first Old Navy try on. What pieces were your favorite? Let me know in the comments!

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