They recently opened up a new Old Navy not too far from home. This grand opening gives me all the “fashion” chills!. As much as I love shopping, I have a love/hate relationship with the mall. The traffic, parking, and crowds can be quite unbearable. So this new storefront will provide more convenience and alleviate some shopping stress.
I have frequented Old Navy sporadically over the years. Throughout the Spring and Summer months, I rely heavily on this store for basics and essentials. Tanks, tees, flip flops and cover-ups are always on hand and affordable. During the colder months, however, I seem to bypass Old Navy completely. I am not sure if it’s an innocent oversight or for another outrageously silly notion. Have you ever noticed the unusual odor that permeates throughout every Old Navy store? It’s indescribable but real, and has always been somewhat of a deterrent. Am I alone on this? Nonetheless, now that I am blogging more and paying close attention to prices and trends, Old Navy is a top contender.
During my last visit, I picked up a few pieces that I wanted to share. In this particular post, I am featuring some lightweight sweaters and tops. In my next edition, I will showcase some of the more airy items geared towards warmer temperatures. I found so many really cute and versatile things and the quality wasn’t bad either. I am also excited to share that my new store is organized, quiet, and odorless! It was a win win on every level.
These photos were shot inside because of the uncooperative weather over the past few weeks. Heels and 27 inches of snow just don’t mesh. I can’t wait for it to melt. I think it’s safe to say we are all anxiously awaiting Spring and everything it has to offer!
If Old Navy was among the forgotten on your list too, take a moment to peruse through their website. I know you will be pleasantly surprised.
Photo Credit: Ruffles and Trains Photography
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