Old Navy Spring Haul

The blogger has returned! After almost a one-year hiatus, we are back! We decided to take a break to focus a little more on our careers, and while I have been blogging somewhat regularly on Blush and Lipstick, I knew Sassy Sweet SF needed some love, too. What better way to kick off our so-called re-birth than with a spring haul?!

Spring is right around the corner and with the weather here in the Bay Area getting warmer (it’s around 80 degrees here in Marin County), I knew it was time to up my wardrobe game and get some spring and summer essentials. On this gorgeous day, I made the trek to my local Old Navy (they send me text messages when they are having a sale) and started to browse. While this is a slightly smaller haul, I ended up purchasing some great statement spring and summer pieces that will last me a few years. Spring + floral = lifetime guarantee of chicness.

Almost everything purchased was around 40% off at checkout. Oh how I love Old Navy.

Pintuck Swing Blouse in Navy Multi (Originally $29.94, Sale $20)

Classic V-Neck Sweater in Palomino (Originally $24.94, Sale $16)

Relaxed Shirred Blouse in Night Flight (Originally $29.94, Sale $18)

Fit & Flare Cami Dress in Green/Black and Classic Open-Front Cardi in Blackjack (Dress: originally $29.95, sale $23.95; Cardi: $22.94)

Mid-Rise Everyday Khaki Shorts in Cinder Smoke ($22.94)

There’s my haul! I’m excited to wear these items during spring and summer (and potentially Palm Springs next month!). Do you shop at Old Navy? I’d love to know your seasonal staples! Leave a comment below.

Xoxo,

Leigh

 

 

 

 

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