8.22.2014

lust list (old navy) and a thank you




First of all, You are all rockstars and I thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for your kind words after my post yesterday. I read each one of your comments, emails, and sweet notes on Facebook and Instagram. I'm working my way through responding to each one, but until I get the chance to thank you all individually, please know how appreciative I am!

Second, sorry for the sporadic blog posts the past few days. Brandon has given himself a "staycation" this week since it's the week in between his job in Beaufort and his job in Charleston. So I've been trying to be away from my computer and with him as much as possible. Soakin' up rays and eating lots of yummy food, mostly (Did you see the fish I caught?).

Ah! Ok, the lust list. I randomly visited the Old Navy website and y'all, they've got some awesome pieces. I was totally surprised. I paired the above images together in outfit groupings that could work for late summer and carry you well into fall. The best part is that most of these, if not all, are less than $30. 

The graphic above is interactive! Just hover over each piece and click the "+" icon to be directed to the product page. 

3 comments:

  1. Love that quilted vest and Holy Chic shirt! I may or may not be buying them as we speak ha ha.

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  2. Love all three looks!!! I am loving their graphic tee's lately!!! Old Navy has been one of my go to stores this summer!!
    P.s what program did you use to create this collage?

    Xo Ash
    Sincerely Miss Ash

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  3. Old Navy takin hints from J.Crew. I love it!

    Megan
    Beau Vie Blog

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