Old Navy Fall Try On

I haven’t been in Old Navy since this spring and they had so many great pieces then that I decided to check them out again for fall. I didn’t find a ton of items that I really loved but there were a few that I felt were great pieces that I have shared below. You’ll see I’m wearing my sandals in these photos but I have tagged the shoes I would pair with this outfit along with additional accessories to complete the outfit.

Everything really fit pretty true to size so you would be safe sticking with your normal size.

Pintucked V-Neck Button-Front Linen-Blend Blouse 

High-Waisted Frayed-Hem Distressed Jean Skirt


This top was my favorite thing I tried on. Amazing fit with sweet feminine details. It also comes in white and black as well as a rusty red with white polka dots option as well. Looks great tucked in or out and would be worn a variety of ways. I particularly loved this gold shade (you’ll see I grabbed other items in that color below) and feel like its a perfect fall color. I thought it looked great with this distressed denim skirt and would pair it with sneakers, mules or even boots with a cardigan for cooler temps.


Unfortunately I should have paid more attention to ensuring my shirt was tucked in nicely, but hopefully you can overlook that! I loved combining these two colors and feel like this is just the perfect fall outfit with cognac riding boots. This corduroy skirt also comes in gold and I like the oversized pockets. It hits at a nice length while still being high waisted. As a reminder, I’m 5’9” and the hem hits me at my fingertips. The shirt is a nice stretch material and would look nice tied up in the front with high waisted jeans. I like to pop the color for a preppy look.


This is in essence the same look as above but just with a different patterned shirt and no jacket. I think it would look so cute with brown loafers and a sweater tied over your shoulders. The shirt is a blue/white windowpane style check and I love any variety of red/white/blue in an outfit.


I thought this was such a classy looking tunic (it also comes in blue/white stripe) and looks great with skinny jeans and mules. I would wear a cute headband with this and some tortoise shell accessories. This is the one piece I would suggest possibly sizing up in as it was a little tight in the wrists on me. Again, another wrinkly top that needs to be steamed but it really had a nice tailored fit.



Y’all know I’ve already covered leopard for the fall but this dress was just so comfy! The color pattern was pretty too with a really pale pink inside the spots instead of white. Its a cotton stretch dress so it certainly has a casual feel to it. I think it would look great with sneakers or loafers and with either a black moto jacket or a denim jacket. It zips up the back with a hook clasp and hits me a few inches above the knee but it didn’t feel inappropriate.


I loved this vintage looking sweatshirt but wish I would have paired it with jeans instead of this skirt. I doesn’t look bad per se, but I think it would best be styled with jeans. It also comes in a maroon/gold option and it a relaxed fit.


Nothing fancy about this top but it made the cut because of how COMFY it is! It feels like a barefoot dreams blanket and I think its just such a pretty top that also comes in a light blue stripe option too. Throw your hair in a top knot, put on some jeans and cute sneakers and you are ready for school drop off in the morning!

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