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Saturday, February 16, 2013

.:Old Navy Kids & Baby Sale:.


As you all know, I call three little ladies mine. Not only is shopping for three kids in general expensive, but shopping for three girls can really add up. Then, add in crazy people like me who like to match and coordinate their girls, and it can really add up.

Thank goodness for Old Navy.

We are big fans of Old Navy around these parts. The selection is great, the colors are fantastic, and the prices? Well, they are spectacular! Especially right now during the Old Navy Kids & Baby Sale. I was so excited to have the opportunity to do a little shopping at Old Navy. My girls were also excited to head in to Old Navy; they really love the mannequin dog and the kids’ coloring table. Everybody’s happy.

When shopping for my girls, like I said, I try to coordinate their outfits. Now, this is different from matching. It’s not matchy matching (usually) but more coordinating with similar styles in different color ways, or even just using a general color scheme, but with different styles. I know some might find it ridiculous, but I pretty much love it and plan on doing it as long as they will let me.

The first thing I found that we had to have were these sweet little flutter sleeved tops. They were darling, cute prints, fun style, and on sale! And paired with these little jean skirts, well, I don’t think I need to say much more; you can see how adorable they are.

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I’m sorry, but are you not dying over how cute those are? And how cute they all go together? I adore these little outfits, and they were the base line of my shopping at Old Navy.

I definitely try to find ways to make the most out of the clothing that we purchase. Even though the skirts are bold, I wanted to make sure that we were going to get a lot of use out of them. My four and a half year old is just starting to venture out of the toddler section, size wise, and can now wear an extra small and sometimes even a small size in the big girl’s section. We found the most darling anchor shirt, and we both knew it was a keeper. Plus, it looks super cute with the yellow skirt, right?

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My almost three year old is definitely not ready for the big girl’s section, so we set off to see if we could find something coordinating in the toddler section. And what do you know, we found another nautical shirt for her! Don’t you love the navy and red together?

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All that we had left was to find something for baby sister to wear. Even though she is 14 months old, she is still rocking a lot of 9 month clothing. (She definitely did not get her metabolism from me; no fair!) We headed to the baby section to see what we could find to coordinate with her older sisters. This yellow striped onesie sealed the deal for us!

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I absolutely LOVE that I can shop across all of the different sections at Old Navy, and still find adorable, coordinating items for my girls. It really opens up my options when it comes time to shop for clothing for my girls.

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One skirt = lots of possibilities!

I also love that with these skirts, whether it’s now as we’re venturing into spring, or when summertime is over and we’re cooling off into fall, my girls will still be able to wear them. Throw some leggings and a sweater into the equation, and you’ve yet another look. Versatility, folks; I love it!

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Of course, while the two younger girls were napping one day, I had to have a little fashion show with my four year old. You’ll notice an orange neon heart shirt in the mix, too. It was such a good price, I couldn’t resist!

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The Old Navy Kids & Baby Sale goes through Wednesday, February 20th, so you want to get in there and take advantage of the amazing prices and selection!


I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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