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Old Navy Women's Plus Fall Collection



Cowl-Neck Dress, $34.50; Silk Ruffle Top, $29.50; Denim Pencil Skirt, $32.50; Color-Block Top, $26.50, "Diva" Wide-Leg Denim Trousers, $32.50


Old Navy Women's Plus is no longer carried in stores, a move that alienated a lot of their customers. Instead, it's now offered exclusively online and features the latest fashions designed specifically for sizes 16-30. The good news is that the online store provides an expanded selection of fashion apparel that help stylish gals go from work to weekend and day to night – all at great, Old Navy prices. A classic, feminine vibe prevails throughout the new Fall Collection, which includes comfortable, sophisticated wide-leg trousers, chic tops with interesting details, and jewel-box colors that range from inky blues and purples to green and bold citron. Shop the entire line at: www.oldnavy.com/plus



Ruched-Neck Dress $36.50; Flutter-Sleeve Top $29.50, Lace Jersey-Knit Cami, $12.50, "Flirt" Flared Jeans, $32.50; Pleated-Shoulder Top, $29.50, "Diva" Denim Trousers, $36.50.


3/4-Sleeve Silk Top, $32.50, "Diva" Clean-Front Jeans, $36.50; Burnout-Stripe Cardigan, $22.50, Waffle-Knit Tank, $16.50, "Flirt" Wide-Leg Denim Trousers, $36.50; Ruffle-Collar Top, $22.50, Pleated Skirt, $36.50



Comments
I'm not a plus size girl anymore, but these clothes are adorable! Yay to Old Navy for not making plus sizes frumpy and boring.
#1 Valerie on 2008-08-24 08:58 (Reply)
i love all of these options and i agree with Valerie that it's about time there were options besides just frumpy coverups for plus-sized women.
#2 Cupcakes and Cashmere (Homepage) on 2008-08-24 09:46 (Reply)
Very nice! ON has been stepping up their quality significantly for the past year. Unfortunately, they've also been stepping up their prices.
#3 Joann on 2008-08-24 09:49 (Reply)
I love the color-block top featured in the first row. I wonder if it comes in normal women's sizes, as well ... :-)
#4 Katie on 2008-08-24 11:55 (Reply)
How are most of those women 'plus sized'?

I can't buy anything from Old Navy now because as any store trying to sell plus sizes should know...it's especially crucial to try on pants.
#5 Tania on 2008-08-24 16:28 (Reply)
I think Old Navy is in trouble....businesswise that is.
#6 Budget Chic (Homepage) on 2008-08-25 02:27 (Reply)
Good to know. I'm doing a makeover for one of my gorgeous, plus-sized friends in advance of a giant round of interviews. Maybe we can land some basics from ON!
#7 Sal (Homepage) on 2008-08-25 12:59 (Reply)
old navy has been doin plussize for a while now theyve step their game up with quality and design, Todd Oldham is head designer
#8 sha on 2008-08-26 01:11 (Reply)
except for the 1st 2 items (the dress just looks frumpy and the skirt/top look ludicrous) it's a nice collection and does not look like old navy. i'd get it if i wore plusses.
:-)
#9 maggie z on 2008-08-26 11:13 (Reply)
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