Ode to Old Navy

This might throw some of you for a loop since I mostly write about sports, but I do dabble a little in fashion. I’m pretty low-maintenance when it comes to clothing, plus I’m a college student on a budget. More often than not, I buy my clothes at Target, Kohls, and Old Navy. By now, I’m pretty much a walking advertisement for Old Navy since I’m always wearing at least one thing from the store. I love shopping there because not only can I easily fit into their sizes, the store has cute patterns, colors, and designs – especially in the spring.

I got a few gift cards for Christmas, and I held onto them until last week when I knew all of the new spring clothing was out. I went over spring break last year to Old Navy and was able to find so many dresses, tops, and pants that I ended up wearing to my internship last summer.

Below are pictures of what I got last weekend for about $130 after gift cards and an in-store $5 off coupon. 
  
  

I’m the most excited about the two swing dresses and the romper, but the tank tops are so colorful and springy that I can’t wait for warmer weather. The black t-shirt is to replace an older one I have that’s too short, and the striped shorts are super comfy. Most of the active wear was on sale, including sports bras for $10, so naturally I got three because you can never have enough of them.

It’s supposed to be around 70 degrees tomorrow (!), so I brought the orange and white striped dress back to school with me to wear with a denim jacket and my white Converse.

Where are some of your favorite places to shop for spring clothes?

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