Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Fall Preview- Old Navy Pretty & Preppy

This fall, Old Navy has four different collections tailored to fit your curves, your budget, and the trends that you'll see in the pages of every fashion mag's 400 pound September issue. The key looks that Old Navy has put together are Pretty & Preppy, Feminine Details, Mid-Century Glam, and Jewel Box Colors. Each collection is unique and stylish, with thoughtful detail given to how fall's biggest trends translate to Bombshell bodies.

First up, check out Pretty & Preppy. The collection fulfills all those Back to School yearnings, without actually having to go back to school.
Fend off the tell-tale September chill without over-heating in this 3/4 sleeve argyle-logo sweater. Pair it with jeans, wide-leg trousers, or a cute pencil skirt.
Like this one! The perfect dark denim pencil skirt, with just enough stretch and structure to skim your curves without clinging. Dress it up, dress it down - it's the ultimate foundation to a great preppy look.
The butterfly detail on this lightweight green sweater is a little cheeky - and a lot cute. Every prepster needs a great pair of khakis - once you find your perfect pair, pick up one with a long hem for wearing with heels, and one in a shorter hem for flats.
I love how casual and easy a great button-down top can look. I don't love how shapeless and over-sized they can be. Old Navy's button down, roll-sleeve top solves the shapeless problem. It's cut to accentuate the bust and hips, while maintaining the ease of the original. This striped button-down cardigan will never be far from my reach this fall. It's the perfect layering piece to add interest to a basic tee and jeans, or to toss on over a cute little dress. The horizontal stripes are small enough in width that you don't need to fear that whole, "Don't wear stripes" thing.


This shapely belted dress fits in everywhere - brunch at the club, Sunday services, date night. Add the multi-color ribbon belt for maximum prep.

You can do some preview shopping now at OldNavy.com. Look for the entire collection to emerge over the next few weeks. Tomorrow, we'll take a look at the best of the Feminine Details collection.

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