Old Navy has some really cute stuff right now. I went in to return some things last week and tried on a few pieces while I was there. If you are looking for comfortable breezy styles with a touch of feminine features, head on over to Old Navy.
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For size reference, I’m 5’2″/ 150 pounds. I wear a small in all of the tops and the dress and could actually wear XS in many of these tops due to the generous cuts of them. Most of these tops are perfect for hiding tummies.
I loved the vibrant color of this top and the eyelet as well as the eyelet ruffle sleeve. I tried this in a medium since that was all that was available. I could definitely wear it in a small and maybe XS. It’s got a bit of a boxy cut but the eyelet and ruffle detail keeps it feminine. I don’t particularly care for the neckline on me.
I fell in love with the jeans. They are boyfriend jeans, size 6. This is usually too much distressing for my taste, but these were soooo comfortable, and would be perfect for summer. These almost came home with me. I need to find something else that I love so I can use my $50 reward to purchase them. The slides I am wearing in all of the try ons are pretty comfy too, for a thin soled shoe.
I’m smitten with this eyelet blouse. A cotton/rayon blend that will be cool in the summer heat but with sleeves for the indoor AC. This blue is gorgeous.
Stripes anyone? I was afraid this top would be too thin but it works with a nude bra. Tie front tops are still trending and this would be a cute piece for spring and summer too. This one comes in a pink stripe and a green gingham too.
I have a thing for butterflies and ruffles so I had to try on this one. Check out the sweet neckline detail in the next picture. This also comes in a white background. For those of you still having cooler days, throw this jacket in pink on with this top. It’s a perfect weight jacket for cool spring morning and evenings
I was pleasantly surprised that I could wear this tee dress in a small. Usually this cut of dress is too tight in the hips, but this one works. It did gap a little at the waist in the back, but with wear I think it would stretch and hang properly. This is a cute daisy print (looks like dots in the pics). It’s currently on sale/markdown.
I also tried on romper but it was not for me and not suitable for photos. I’ll keep looking. When I find the perfect romper for petite, short waisted curvy ladies I’ll be sure to let you know.
I hope you found this helpful for locating some cool comfortable breezy styles with feminine touches for spring and summer.
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