This preview comes courtesy of NYC Recessionista.
I made this blog to dedicate and document my love for JCrew and Kate Spade. My mission is to spread the love of these styles and inspire others to create their own style at minimal expense.
Part of that mission is to show how one can take just one piece of either JCrew or Kate Spade and mix it with other brands, i.e.: Old Navy. Or, alternatively, create a JCrew or Kate Spade look using other brands all together.
I know we have theee weeks until Winter officially hits and it may seem too early to talk about Spring, but Old Navy has a few of these items already on their site and I am already in possession of the Navy Floral Pixies.
So, ok…..can we talk? Specifically the sunny yellow-mustard yellow cross, which is very present in this collection. Anyone that knows me knows that mustard yellow is a color I despise. I am not sure from the pics how mustard yellow this color is, but I’m going to have to see it in person before making a final judgement.
Also, let’s talk about boho chic. Boho chic was initially brought into trend by designer and stylist Rachel Zoe and it was quickly copied and altered by many bloggers, specifically in Utah and Arizona, and the trend went on from there. Old Navy has lost A LOT of my money the past year and a half due to making his trend the majority of their inventory.
I am a huge fan of Old Navy Pixie and Harper Pants. I think I have almost every color and pattern they have made since they debuted a year – two years ago. I love them and will continue to buy them. Their patterns are great and they offer a lot of embossed options during the holiday season.
Old Navy’s Rockstar jeans are coming in some really pretty colors too! I will try those on and see how they look. I worry about looking like an Easter egg.
What is your favorite look from this preview?
Until next time….