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Deal du Jour: Old Navy Fundamentals Sale

Old Navy Perfect Fit V-Neck Tee

The Deal: Shop Old Navy’s Fundamentals Sale: the best basics at amazing prices.

Why You Need It: Your wardrobe is begging for color, and you need something green to wear for St. Patrick's Day that won't cost you...well, a whole lotta green. Pick up some of ON's perfect fit tees and long layering tanks in bright spring hues for just $5 a pop. Hurry, sale ends 3/12!

My wardrobe might not be begging for color, but I have a few coworkers who could use a splash ... I'll spread the word!
#1 Sal (Homepage) on 2009-03-04 11:09 (Reply)
I'm going there later today! I saw a commercial about 19$ jeans, so I'm going to take a pile into the dressing room with me till I find a pair that fits, even though I agreed with your review of their new jeans from a while back... le suck.
#2 Justine on 2009-03-04 11:17 (Reply)
You definitely have the right approach, I will take as many pairs into the dressing room as they'll let me when I'm jean shopping! And then go back for more. And more. get the picture. Good luck!
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2009-03-04 11:20 (Reply)
I went today and got 2 pairs of jeans and a pair of black cargo pants, I don't normally get cargo pants, but they were only 10$ and fit well.

all the pants I got were the 'diva' cut, I can't remember what issue I had with them when they first came out.

I got a dark wash skinny leg (I need some jeans that will fit in my boots) and a medium wash with a boot cut.

I'm trying to get myself used to skinny jeans, we'll see how it goes.
#2.1.1 Justine on 2009-03-05 00:27 (Reply)
H&M is also have a massive jean expo in Chicago starting at $19. Totally worth the look.
#2.2 Stephanie on 2009-03-04 14:36 (Reply)
do you know when it ends, I'm leaving town tomorrow!
#2.2.1 Justine on 2009-03-05 00:23 (Reply)
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