Earlier this month, I had another opportunity from the #OldNavyStyleCouncil and Crowdtap to venture into my local Old Navy (like I really need any persuasion) and give their perfect and vintage tees a try. I’m happy to say that I left a happier woman.
I’m sure that many of you with children realize that sometimes slipping into a tee and jeans is probably the dressiest that you can do during the week. Yet, you want to look put together without having to THINK. Oh, that’s just me? Well, I accept it, and I’m pretty stoked that I can now look cute and comfortable, without having mom jeans on, or a shirt that’s way out of date.
The bright colors that are now available in the stores are what really made me happy. Oranges, and mint greens, and purples and blues. Seriously, I may have cracked a grin or two. And they pair perfectly with jeans (I tried on skinny jeans for the first time EVER and I don’t feel too out of place in them,) or even shorts and a skirt. You can wear them solo, or layered and still be cool enough to enjoy a day out in the sun.
Another thing that I noticed right off the bat was how SOFT the tees are now. I do have several v-neck tees that I purchased before I had the twins, and the material is a bit thicker. They are still soft, but this new material reminds me a lot of what babies onesies are made of. Very soft, but strong stretchy material. It’s wonderful.
It’s also forgiving across my bustline, and people, we all know THAT is a win. My good friend really enjoyed finding one of her favorite color combos of green and purple to try on. She even paired the look with flats decorated with green accented hearts.
If you head into Old Navy you may still be able to catch all of the tees that I haven’t purchased yet.
Seriously, what are you waiting for?!
Disclosure: I am a member of Crowdtap and the Old Navy Style Council. I received coupons to get shirts in exchange for my thoughts. All opinions are mine, and the blog post was not a requirement. I just like my tee shirts so much that I decided to do one.