Casual Stripes & my dream shoes
Bangs: A good or bad decision?
Old Navy used to be hit or miss for me. And more misses than hits. I love shopping there for my kids, and Justin used to wear their white undershirts constantly, but I found a lot of their tops to be short and boxy.
But something happened this summer and they finally hit a length I feel comfortable in, AND they survive the washing machine.
There are a few clothes rules I stick to, one of them being to avoid linen as much as possible. It’s needs special care, and I need to be able to wash and dry my clothes without spending time hanging special shirts. That being said, there are a few tops, even made of cotton, that I hang to dry and then toss in the dryer to remove wrinkles, but I try not to build a wardrobe made entirely of high maintenance clothes.
You know how sometimes you can pick up a shirt at store, and just by the feeling you can tell it will get totally ruined in the washing machine? I found that a lot at Old Navy. But lately? Something is different in the material and I find myself browsing there more often than not. Their price point is fantastic, and I’ve added a few staples to my wardrobe this year!
ANYWAY, this stripe shirt was a total win! Another similar option, also at a great price point, is this one from H&M! I also saw that this highly rated top is restocked, and it’s a perfect tunic length, easy shirt to to wear. And at $19.00, I have to admit I bought it as soon as I saw it.
I live in easy, comfortable clothes, and this fit in perfectly.
I also was looking for shoes that I could slide into and run out the door, and found these at DSW. If I’m a bit more dressed up, I’ll throw on a pair of ankle boots, but if I’m dressed pretty casual, these have been my top choice!
My bag is an older style from Fossil, but I love how versatile it is from season to season. I wear these AG jeans pretty much constantly, such a win from the Nordstrom Anniversary sale this summer. Essentially my entire wardrobe is interchangeable, but I love getting a lot of wear out of my favorite pieces.