I always forget about Old Navy.
Even though there’s a store only five minutes away from my house, I probably venture there less than once a year, and my kids are the usual recipients of the bounty.
And I have mixed feelings about Old Navy.
Yes, they have amazing deals on basics (tees, flip flops) and fast fashion.
Yes, you can walk out with two overflowing bags for less than $100.
Yes, everything falls apart after about four months.
And I’ve said it before, but when a fleece jacket costs $12, it makes me nervous that someone is being exploited somewhere to make that possible.
Having said that (and pushing my doubts aside and convictions down), if you’re in the market for a few fall wardrobe additions, these pieces caught my eye:
An extra long cardigan in charcoal gray. This is a perfect layer to keep at the office.
A cowl neck poncho in a versatile taupe color. I’m a huge fan of ponchos over slim pants.
A colorful scarf that would look great with all the plaid being shown right now.
A faux suede crossbody bag that seriously echoes Clare V.
And from their activewear line, these compression crop pants in purple and teal.
Do you shop at Old Navy? What do you think are their best deals?