Old Navy Style Council: Ankle Jeans #Crowdtap

Old Navy. These two words are permanent parts of my vocabulary and my closet. There isn't a month that goes by where I do not make a trip to Old Navy...even if it's just to browse. There are times when I go to several Old Navy locations in one day to catch all the wonderful deals. Obsessed much? Maybe a little. In fact, my cousin and I made a visit for one of our many visits.

So, what makes Old Navy so appealing?

  • Affordable prices
  • Assortment of clothing
  • Deals and coupons
  • Locations and availability
  • Atmosphere
  • Fun designs, trendy pieces
  • Great ads and television commercials



    The list is endless. Old Navy captured my heart the moment it arrived in town. I've become a loyal customer and recommend everyone visit at least once...a week. I'd tell you to do this even if I was not chosen to be on the Old Navy Style Council for Crowdtap. That's just how much I love Old Navy.

    I shared a coupon with fellow Old Navy addicts — my mother, my best friend/cousin, and my close friend. In fact I ran into my cousin (and fellow Crowdtapper) at another store. She had just finished purchasing her Ankle Jeans from Old Navy. My little cousin even got in on some of the shopping:

    Old Navy Ankle Jeans
    I visited the store to try out Old Navy's Ankle Jeans. These are perfect for any season. In the winter, these jeans can be easily tucked inside your favorite boots and you can avoid the bulge. In fall, you can put a pair of colored tights under your ankle jeans and wear a cute flat shoe or pump. In spring, ditch the stockings and go for a cute flat. In summer, roll those ankle jeans up and let those toes out with a pair of wedged shoes or flip flops. The possibilities are endless.

    I chose the Women's Low-Rise Cropped Skinny Jeans I like the distressed and deconstructed look of this jean. I have a similar pair in a lighter wash from Old Navy (pictured below), so I went with the darker wash. I wore my jeans with a black boyfriend blazer, a t-shirt, and military-inspired boots. When the warmer weather arrives, I may wear them with a flirty top and some adorable flats.

    About the jean (from the site):
    fabric & care
    • 89% cotton, 19% polyester, 1% spandex.
    • Machine wash.
    • Imported.
    • Button closure and zip fly
    • Classic five-pocket styling
    • Contrast topstitching
    • Cuffed hem
    • Tipai only: features abrasions in addition to distressed denim
    fit & sizing
    • Sit low on hips
    • Skinny fit
    • Cropped leg

    Old Navy is my go-to store for all my basic needs. I can usually stop in the store and find what I need. There are so many options and several locations for me to visit. I spend a lot of time in Old Navy. So much so that my little cousin made friends with the mannequins.

    Stop into your local Old Navy to take advantage of their great deals. It will be hard not to leave the store without a bag...or three.


    1. Love your video, Keonte! You are so glamorous!:) Old Navy does rock for sure....I haven't been there in so long. Maybe I need a shopping day.

    2. I love Old Navy. I can get something for the whole family and at great prices.

    3. I love old navy always something there for the whole family and myself!

    4. I love Old Navy.... I buy my clothes from there as well as my son's clothes... Thanks you for the GREAT bargains..

    5. You are inspiring me to get out and go to Old Navy this weekend for some great spring finds. Thanks

    6. You and your son both Rock! Shred4life...my 19 year old started just like your son at 4 years old. Now he's sponsored. This is a fun blog! Way to go mom.


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