Old Navy Try On: Friends and Family Edition

Old Navy’s Friends and Family sale is this weekend and today they had early access for cardholders – it was 50% off in store! The prices below already reflect the discount:

*For reference I’m 5’11” and I am usually a Large top and a 10/12 in pants. Old Navy runs big so I could size down to a Medium in most things there, but I often try on Tall for the extra length.

**You can find another recent Old Navy try on here with tons of great pieces.

Mock Neck Sweater – $16.50. Wearing a Large and had plenty of room. This also comes in Plus Size and in other color options.

Velvet Tee – $11. Wearing a Large and I think this is more fitted and true to size. This also comes in several other colors.

French Terry Crewneck Sweater – $15. Wearing a Large in this and I feel that they are true to size. They have a little stretch but I wouldn’t size down.

Graphic Crewneck Sweater – $15. This one fits the same as the polka dot one and I also tried on a Large in this one. It says “Hello There!”

Relaxed Plaid Crepe Top – $15 (Plus here). I loved the style of this one and it’s a great twist on the classic plaid button down. I tried it on in Large but it was quite wide so I ended up buying it in a Medium.

Relaxed Shirred Tunic – $15. I actually went to the store to try this on but ended up liking the style of the other plaid top better on me. This one is more if a straight fit since it’s a button-up. I tried on a Large and I think it fit true to size. They say it’s Tunic length but on me it seemed like just a regular button-up.

Long Line Moto Coat – $32.50 – They only had a Medium in this in store but I wanted to get a sense for what it would look like on. I think it’s pretty nice weight and quality for the price! I could zip up the Medium but it was too snug on my hips since this is a straight fit.

Plaid Stevie Pants – $15 (Plus here). I had ordered these pants online in Large Tall but they were far too long. In my opinion you would have to have a 36″ or longer inseam to need the Tall. All they had in store were Medium and XXL so I tried the Medium. They weren’t uncomfortably tight since they have a lot of stretch but I know I’d prefer the Large. The material on these is a stretchy thick ponte with almost a little bit of shine.

The pants are a lot so I paired them with this cream sweater (which I loved and ended up buying! I’m wearing a Large).

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