After placing a big Old Navy order full of lots of great fall basics, I wanted to share an Old Navy try on haul! I also shared a full try on video session on my Instagram and saved it to my “try on” highlight if you are interested in seeing the video content. I will have a couple of full posts dedicated to this content but not all looks which is why I thought I would also do this post.
This teal cardigan is my favorite piece I ordered from the whole Old Navy try on haul and what I am without a doubt keeping. I ordered an XS, and I am very happy with the size. I tend to size down in cardigans as I think they are more flattering when not as large. This cardigan is super soft and comes in several colors. I also like the length of it. I prefer cardigans that are not too long.
Flannel and Camel Cardigan
I am a huge sucker for flannel shirts! I LOVE them. Friday I shared three ways to style this exact shirt so be sure to check that post out because at $30 (or under since it is often on sale) this is a great buy! Flannel shirts are versatile and so easy to wear. They also just make me feel like fall!
If you are in the market for a camel colored cardigan, I recommend this one. It is light weight and not too bulky, i.e. unflattering. It is also only $30 it is a bargain. I am wearing an XS here.
Tunic Length Sweater
Let’s all give a cheer for tunic length sweaters that we can wear with jeans and leggings! I sized up to a medium in this one since I am tall and wanted it to be plenty long. This particular one comes in multiple colors. I love the flattering v-neck and side slits.
Striped Mock Neck Sweater
I love this light weight striped mock neck sweater! It’s black and white which means it is perfect paired with regular or black jeans. I am a sucker for a black, white, and tan combo, so that is what I did here. I am wearing a small, and it has a shorter fit perfect for a cute front tuck.
Cropped Button Front Cardigan
It’s trending right now to wear these cropped button front cardigans as a top. You can obviously also wear them as a typical cardigan. I wanted to try it out, and I did love it! This will be going back but only because it’s not flattering to my postpartum midsection right now. I do love the actual piece though.