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My Go-To Items From Old Navy (for mom and baby)

Lately I’ve been getting tons of questions for my go-to products from Old Navy. So, I wanted to put together a little list sharing my favorites in each category.

For Me

Pictured above: Wearing rockstar jeggings in black and a luxe swing tank

Jeggings: Their Rockstar jeggings are one of my go-to. This is thick like a jean but has an elastic waistband like leggings. They are structured but have more of a legging feel. Fits true to size, I get longs.

Luxe Tops: Their luxe tops are amazing. Old Navy Luxe Swing Tanks are my HOLY GRAIL. I legit own them in every color. They are the perfect length and have just the right amount of flow so they don’t stick to the midsection but aren’t too flowy that you feel frumpy. They also layer AMAZING with cardigans. You can also get them in t-shirt and long sleeve styles. Fits true to size.

Pictured above: Old Navy Fitted Maternity Tee

Maternity: Their fitted tees and tanks and long sleeves. from the maternity line are ones I wear on repeat during pregnancy. They are ruched and grow with the bump so they are just so versatile. I also think their maternity full panel leggings are good for just a simple comfy pair of leggings that don’t break the bank.

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For Baby

I have a few go-to baby items. My favorite item is their unisex leggings. Ain’t no one want tricky pants on a newborn. These are SO stinkin’ easy, go on sale for like $6 all the time, and you can get them in tons of colors. They are pretty much the only pants Miles wore the first 6 months. If you really want to do a real pant I do like their Karate jeans because they have tonnnssss of stretch. Lastly, their footed sleep-in-plays are good for a bargain and the quality is decent, I have pairs Miles wore that I’ll be re-using for baby 2.


For Toddler Boys

Pictured above: Karate Skinny Jeans

Pants: I LOVE their Karate Jeans for toddler boys. They are skinny (sorry but skinny jeans on a toddler is the cutest thing ever) and they have TONS of stretch so super comfy. I also like their jersey joggers for just comfy sweatpants options.

Basic tops: I tend to stay away from the ones with lots of graphics, but they have a nice selection of basic colored tops or ones with graphics that aren’t over the top.

Pajamas: I’ve always been happy with my Old Navy pajama purchases for toddlers.

Shoes: I’ve recently bought a few pairs of shoes from Old Navy and been really happy. These leather slip-ons I got for like $15 and I get compliments on them ALL the time, plus they are super great quality.