Who is ready for a new Old Navy Spring try on? I went into my local store recently and was so excited about all of the new spring arrivals. There are so many good dresses, tops, and more available right now!
Old Navy Spring Try On
For reference, I’m 5’7 1/2″ with a short torso and very long legs! I typically wear a 29 in jeans or a size 8. My bra size is a 36C, and I typically wear a size medium (or 8) top.
If you ever have any question about what size I’m wearing, check the links below each image! I list any recommendations I have for sizing up or down for quick reference. (TTS= true to size!) For full details, I’ll be chatting all about quality, style, and fit in the paragraphs above each photo. Let’s go!
A maxi dress is a wardrobe necessity for my spring and summer wardrobe, and this one is perfection. I love the subtle seersucker texture, the flowy tiers, bow back detail, and cap-style ruffle sleeve. You know that I’m always drawn to white, but this dress comes in a multitude of solid colors as well as fun prints like gingham and floral prints! It fits TTS but size up if you’re bustier.
Another one of my not-so-secret weaknesses is embroidery, so naturally this dress spoke to me. The fabric is a 100% crinkle cotton and so light and airy. It has an empire waist with flowy skirt– and pockets! The sleeves are elasticized with a slight puff. Fit is true to size but relaxed.
Another favorite right here! How precious is this puff sleeve mini dress?! Of course it also has a subtle embroidery that is contrasting in the gold and chambray versions. It’s fully lined and a great length, even on this long-legged gal. 😉 It fits true to size but relaxed.
Hello, va-va-voom. This dress did not at all fit like I anticipated! I was envisioning a relaxed tiered dress like some of the others, but it is gorgeous! I adore the puff sleeve and cut-out back. Clearly I wasn’t wearing the right bra (a longline tank style), but a typical bra would work. The length hits me mid-calf with the slit just a few inches above my knee. I’m in my typical medium and found it very fitted through my bust and midsection. I’d say it fits slightly small. Definitely size up if you want a more relaxed fit.
Of course I found a little white top. 😉 This one has tie shoulders, which is one of my favorite styles for spring and summer. The bust is more fitted with an empire waist and flowy bottom tier. I didn’t love the fit on me. I found it a little too flowy. If you’re in between, size down! It also comes in black, a blue and white stripe option, and a floral print!
And the shorts! I know some of us prefer a longer inseam, and these 5″ ones are a great length. They have a high rise that hits right below my belly button. The fit is relaxed through the legs, making them very comfortable. They fit TTS. Also available in several blue denim washes here and here!
This top is the same construction as the embroidered mini dress I love! So, naturally, I’m a big fan of this top too. I love the puff sleeve and neckline. Want more color options? There are a plethora! Linking the floral prints, the gold version, the solid colors, and the plaids! Fits TTS.
Another one of my go-to shirt styles is a button-front, so this one immediately grabbed my attention. I love the lace-like embroidery on the sleeves and hem line. (You can see both better in the second photo!) Fit is very swingy and relaxed. I sized down one to a small and still had plenty of space.
It has been YEARS since I wore a more traditional chino-style pant, but these are too good. They have a flat-front with zip and button closure. But the back of the waistline is elastic. YES, please. They were hung with the bottoms rolled but they were entirely too short on me that way. I much prefer the unrolled straight leg look! These also come in nine other color options, including a darker tan khaki, black, navy and olive green. They are comfortable, light, and so versatile.
A good maxi skirt is another one of my go-to’s for spring and summer. And how cute is this one?! The black and white gingham print has yellow daisies embroidered on it. Bonus: if you’re into family matching, this fabric is also available in kids options! The waistband is elastic and the length hits me a few inches above my ankle. Fit is TTS.
Which was your favorite item from this Old Navy spring try on?
Want more? Check out my previous try on posts here!