After a few cold(er) days in Paris last week, I came home ready to #SayHi to Spring with another cute look in partnership with Old Navy. You can’t beat their prices and the quality you get is very good. In my last post, I talked about the nautical trend that’s super popular in Spring. But, another dominant theme are floral patterns (groundbreaking… I know). I absolutely love the bold floral print on this dress, but another great way to incorporate florals into your wardrobe is with eyelet, like in this dress. Since a muted floral is more my style, in this post I’m styling an Old Navy midi dress with an adorable blush saddle bag that I scored for under $20! That’s right! It’s time for some Spring cleaning and you need to get to your closest Old Navy store so you can get in on these great deals.
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Dress: Old Navy c/o
Bag: Old Navy c/o
Jacket: Zara (similar here)
Shoes: Banana Republic (old, love these and these)
Sunglasses: Le Specs (sold out, identical here and love these)
Hat: Rag & Bone (old)
How to Wear an Old Navy Midi Dress for Spring
The great thing about the new arrivals at Old Navy, aside from the fact that they’re all adorable, is that they’re easy to wear. The dresses are light and airy, made of the softest cotton or a blend. Since I’m all about convenience in the morning, the best part about my Old Navy midi dress is that I can throw on a cardigan or a chic jacket with a pair of sandals and be out the door. If you work in an office environment – top it off with a blazer like this one. For sizing, I’m wearing a small in the dress and a medium jacket. My closet is filled with midi dresses, but it comes in a shorter style too.
Another benefit of shopping at Old Navy is that you can literally buy your whole look there. The sunnies I’m wearing here are sold out, but this pair is a carbon copy of them at a fraction of the cost at under $10. The bags are right on trend as well, with this medium-sized saddle bag coming in three colors (and I also love this tote). You can finish the outfit with their shoes, like these lace-up sandals or these tan slides.
*This post is sponsored by Old Navy, and I received compensation for my review. But, as always – all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links or purchase one of the products promoted, I’ll receive a commission.