Recently I received a $100 giftcard and an invitation from Old Navy to check out their latest fall offerings and share my experience with readers. So I headed to my nearest Old Navy store yesterday and within minutes, I had found my perfect lightweight fall jacket, an olive green cargo-style number with an upbeat rose plaid lining, utilitarian pockets and hood. The price was right too, just $44.50. I've been following the whole cargo jacket trend for what seems like months now, and this affordable option from Old Navy seems to be a great way to get in on this trend for less. I can wear it while walking my dog with jeans and oxford flats or pair with my edgy leather-look leggings and combat boots when I'm feeling more fashion-y. The next item I scooped up was a super soft fitted plaid shirt which I thought was a little pricey at $26.50 but the cut and color was perfect, it felt feminine not lumberjack, so I scooped it up. Finally, I picked up some totally basic black sweatpants and a zip-up hoodie for $15 a piece because I needed them for an upcoming camping trip and lounging around the house once. Total spent was $84!
Keep reading to see what else was in store!
Classic wool coats with removable faux-fur collar in tan or black, $99
My new cargo jacket
Classic peacoats in plaid, white, black and tomato red
Cords are back! Old Navy has a great selection of bootcut stretch cords in rich fall colors like mustard yellow, plum and forest green.
Chambray shirtdress fit well and was super soft, wear with tights, boots and a bomber for a cute Madewell-inspired look
My new plaid shirt and an adorable faux fur vest...might have to go back for it!
Cute elastic waist plaid skirts
Corduroy blazers, great for work
More peacoats under $50
Zipper pocket tees
Ponchos - The heavy gauge knits looked kinda cheap to me
Great selection of jeggings but none in my size!! Argh
Message sweaters, chic in a Marc Jacobs kind of way
Great selection of denim in new washes like black and gray, super hot for fall