Jeans. Can't live with them (way too many pairs). Can't live without them (a staple in most closets).
So what happens when you're a member of the Old Navy Style Council and from time to time you're given the opportunity to try out wonderful items from Old Navy (thanks to Crowdtap of course)?! Well, it's simple. You're just plain lucky!
It was all denim talk this time. Old Navy has an amazing selection of stylish and affordable denim. Lots of washes, sizes, lengths, fits, styles. I could go on and on.
I brought along my fashion friends - Kaden (9), Mariah (4), and Iyana (2) - for their advice. They agreed every pair was perfect for me. It was an easy way to get me out of the store. It didn't work so well.
I looked through several pairs of Old Navy jeans in order to find the perfect pair. I don't like to try on clothes, so I just use the mirror to get an idea. I don't like my jeans too long, too tight, they have to have stretch, and make my (non-existing) butt look good. Shopping for denim is a headache if you ask me. However, I chose a pair in no time.
The Sweetheart Skinny Jean in Sterling Grey:
These jeans are perfect. They are light-weight, very stretchy, and thin. The color makes it versatile. These jeans can go from day to night with no problem. I'm placing them in my favorite jeans pile.
You see grey. I see potential. Here is how I would style these jeans:
Of course a trip to Old Navy is not complete without heading to the other sections of the store. With back-to-school time in full swing, there were a lot of good deals throughout the store.
Graphic t-shirts were only $5.
Litte miss Iyana wanted to play grown-up and shop for boots.
Old Navy is a one-stop shop. The entire family can find an item that fits their fashion needs. Who wouldn't want to shop at Old Navy?
Find out how you can style your Old Navy jeans by joining Crowdtap for future opportunities.
**As a member of the Old Navy Style Council, I was provided a coupon to receive a complimentary pair of jeans for me, and a friend. I am a member of Crowdtap, who works with Old Navy. The opinions and views are my own.