Happy Valentine’s Day, y’all! Love is officially in the air, which may explain my new love affair with Old Navy! I’ve never not been a fan of Old Navy, but honestly, I forgot about them for a while. I think I got spoiled living in Central Florida, where enormous shopping malls filled with boutiques and department stores are less than 20 miles apart, and got a good reality check when we moved to Columbia. For reference, there isn’t even a Macy’s here. That being said, I’m genuinely thankful for our lack of options because it reintroduced me to Old Navy. Their clothes are classic, comfy, and well made, and you can’t beat the price point. I put together a casual Old Navy try-on haul for Spring 2019 here, but I loved this pink stripe crewneck sweater so much that I had to share it with y’all one more time.
One of the reasons I’m such fan of this darling Old Navy crewneck sweater is because it’s the perfect, Jackie O-approved statement piece for Valentine’s Day weekend. I styled mine over a relaxed white oxford since it’s still pretty darn cold outside, and finished the look with white skinny jeans, nude pumps, and two of my favorite pieces from Kendra Scott’s new spring collection. This crewneck would look equally cute tucked into a pencil skirt for work or with shorts on warmer days. Head to the bottom of this post for full outfit details!
What are y’all’s Valentine’s Day plans? Anything fun?! Kyle and I are laying low tonight, but we’re spending the weekend in Hermann with one of our favorite couples. We’ve never been, but we’ve been promised a quaint B&B, a wine and chocolate trolley tour, and dinner at some amazing restaurants. I can’t wait.
PS- If you’re feeling a little down today, check out this post. I wrote it last year after rereading my diary a few years prior. It’s no replacement for a hug and a good shoulder to cry on, but I hope it’s helpful.
PPS- This post accidentally went live 48 hours earlier than it was supposed to. In case you saw it and were super confused why there was no text, links, or information whatsoever, that’s why!
Photography by Catherine Rhodes.