Back again this week with another Try-On Tuesday post! This time, we’re tackling Old Navy. I’ve been an Old Navy shopper for longer than I’ve had a driver’s license, and even had an ongoing partnership with them quite a few years ago. Over the years, I’ve gone in waves with remembering to shop there or not. Especially with not shopping in person very much over the last few years, it’s felt a bit daunting to comb through their site and place a huge order to see what works. But my recent shopping trip was a pretty great success!
If I don’t explicitly say the size, please know it’s a Medium or a Size 6.
Let’s start with my “If you buy one thing, let it be this…” like we did last week. These Sky-Hi Straight Leg Jeans are IT! They have a high-rise with a raw hem at the ankle and run true to size. They’re under $50 and Old Navy is always running extra promos, so do yourself a favor and scoop these up on sale this week. (They currently come out tot $32.50!)
If you’re watching my Instagram stories, you’ve probably seen me rave about these jeans over the last week. I’m obsessed! I tried them on and instantly knew I had to have them. They look just like rigid denim, but they have some stretch! Meaning, it’s actually possible to sit down. Sitting in the car, sitting at your desk, out to dinner… No more feeling like you have to unbutton the top button. After wearing them on repeat for the last week, I can attest that they don’t stretch out or lose their shape after lots of wear. New favorite jeans by far!!
Now these jeans also came home with me, but I’m on the fence. They’re the High-Rise O.G. Loose denim… This style is very trendy right now and they do feel great on, which is why I bought them. I brought them home with the intention of styling them with some more things in my closet to see how I feel, but I haven’t made time to do that yet.
When I first tried this sherpa shacket on with the thick sweater I was wearing into the store, I was like WHOA way too much going on. Why don’t the pockets button?? It seems like it’s adding way too much volume on my already broad shoulders.
But then I tried the same sherpa shacket with something thinner underneath and I actually kid of liked it!
I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect black cardigan. I would have gotten this one, but it’s a bit itchy for me. Over the last few years, my skin has unfortunately gotten so incredibly sensitive when it comes to wool. Even some cashmere makes me itch! So unfortunately I have to put most things through a very stringent itch test these days.
I found this shaker stitch sweater to be a bit too itchy for my liking. But again, my tolerance is very low.
This ribbed turtleneck felt sort of like the J.Crew Tissue Turtlenecks that I love, but with a ribbed fit. Wasn’t sold, though; the material felt much cheaper.
This Ribbed Button-Front Top felt like the material was too thin for the structure of the top. This cardigan-style top works better with a thicker fabric! Maybe if I would have gone up a size?
On that note, with cheaper clothing, I always err on the side of sizing up!
I had high hopes for this Cozy Mock Neck Sweater. It is cozy, but honestly still a little itchy for me. The Medium was super boxy and and short, I’d probably size down.
This textured pullover is cotton, so naturally I loved it. #ItchPolice It says tunic length, which it definitely is not (IMO), but it is longer than most shorter styles on the market right now. I’d front tuck and roll under since I have a shorter torso, but for my longer torso’d gals, you’ll probably love the length!
I bought this button-front v-neck top! So delicate and pretty on.
This blue sweater was actually quite soft, but it was weird on the shoulders for me. I desperately need new bras, but it was a pass since it showed my bra very easily.
I absolutely loved this plaid coat on the hanger! The Medium is quite large, so I’d size down if you’re in between.
I didn’t get a chance to try them on, but I saw these velvet flats in person and they’re darling.