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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!

Comments
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. And...you 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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