Snuck into the Keizer Station Old Navy this morning for a bit to preview their big dress promotion that starts today (check links in this post for prices). I was thrilled to find my main spring weakness being featured. Eyelet! My tried and true Easter dress for years was actually a somewhat similar pink and white seersucker dress from Old Navy. We dressed the twins up in eyelet and seersucker and my husband and I even got all into the preppy spring madness (picture hubs in pale blue seersucker blazer and matching pants). We were dorks and completely fine with it. Easter is one of the only days that an Oregonian can go all out and look like they are fresh off a yacht brunch cruise. Live it up.
Wanted to share with my bargain hunting friends about this sale. Word on the street is that both women and children’s dresses will be included. Price points in Women’s will be only $15-$25. Girls will start at $10. Their main feature in women’s will be these beauts… The quality was a step up from what I was expecting and they were even fully lined. Think J.Crew style….for Old Navy prices. If you need a spring dress this would be so cute. You could add belt if you wanted, a fun chunky necklace, cute espadrilles for spring, or some brown boots in fall if you picked the right color (maybe the navy or green) and paired with a cute sweater.
There were also some fun dresses for girls. If you are looking for something for Easter get your buns in soon. Things are flying out of there but there are still some cute options.
Or this for a great everyday choice and bargain (Think spring Hanna Anderson…for cheap). Pair with some cute 3 for $15 toddler girl leggings or some skinny jeans you have from back to school time.
And um, let’s not forget the boys. These shorts and springy shirts were SO cute (quality and fit of shorts was great). The shorts are must-have for my little guy.
Here are a couple more pieces I was loving. This stripe dress had an adorable cut and was looked so easy to wear or travel with. At $15 it would be great for a summer basic.
And these? Yes, please.
And were you wondering if this prego took the plunge on an dress? Yes, I did. Next year I will be the happily donning this cute one. I chose the navy because it is classic and will transition well into other seasons. I am picturing it with some really cute brown sandals…that I have been on the hunt for for months. Hard to find something when most of your shopping is …um…grocery shopping.
Don’t forget it is also Super Cash earning time! Get $10 off your next purchase of $25 or more (during redemption time) for each $25 you spend now (up to $75).
It is nearing the time when I should start thinking about Summer clothes for the children. In Oregon we will generally not have to bust the tanks and shorts out for a bit, but the time to get these items on sale is now. By the time our weather gets warm these items will likely be just getting marked down. Often the first markdown is still higher than these baby sale prices.
The “Kids and Baby Sale” started yesterday (Monday) and is one of my favorite sales that Old Navy rotates through. I headed out solo to the Keizer Station store after dinner (as I prefer not dragging my little ones through the “gauntlet of temptation” check out line very often). 🙂
Here are some shots of some of their best deals. Most of these are in the toddler areas…since by Old Navy’s standards I have three toddlers. And yes, I am doing this post during their nap time.
Can you say ADORABLE?
If you want to see what else they have on sale you can head over here.
To compare prices I stopped into Target for a few minutes right after Old Navy. Target did not have anything too interesting on sale this week and their basics were priced a bit higher than Old Navy’s baby sale items. While I generally really like Target, I preferred most of Old Navy’s summer basics more this season. I gravitate towards stripes, prints, and solids and most of what I was finding at Target (especially in the boys dept.) was pretty heavy on the graphics. Also, the Circo boys shorts were pretty poor fitting.
Tips for shopping at Old Navy
If you do not see the sizes you need on a sale item and they do not have back stock, just buy the item and exchange it for the right size later. You can call the store first to find out if the item is in and save yourself a trip.
Don’t forget to participate in the surveys that sometimes print out at the end of your receipt. 10% off is always a fantastic bonus.
If you are shopping online, you totally should use Ebates to get an easy percentage back. Right now Old Navy is giving you 2% back, but often certain stores offer double their normal percentage during different times of the year. It is easy to sign up and you usually get a $10 gift card to popular stores too if you are new customer. They automatically sent you your refund check a couple times a year. (Lately we have used Ebates to get cash back from REI and Best Buy).
Be sure to look for clearance items with the red mark down stickers throughout the entire store (not just in the traditional places you find clearance items).
Happy bargain hunting!
Old Navy provided me with a discount on my purchase for sharing the deals I found.