Wanted to share some photos of my latest at home try on session … featuring new Old Navy spring dresses!
The first dress I tried on from my order is this floral fit and flare midi dress with smocked detailing across the chest. Wearing an XXL here and it’s pretty true to size. They also have it available in plus-size. The colors are so pretty and the photo really doesn’t do it justice — but I am including a close-up snap below!
I also picked it up in this really pretty green floral print — such a great floral color combo for spring. Again wearing an XXL here. And I included a close-up snap of the colors below, too.
I liked the dress so much that I even picked it up in this dark blue chambray as well. Again, wearing it in an XXL here. I should note that the fabric in all three dresses is super soft and lightweight, but of course the chambray is just a tiny bit heavier. Oh and this one also comes in plus-size.
I also tried this floral split neck swing dress, in a really pretty light blue floral (with a contrasting dark blue trim at the neck and on the sleeves). Again wearing an XXL — and it’s VERY roomy. Probably could’ve sized down to an XL. Also available in plus-size.
Aside from the ones I tried on, there are SO MANY adorable new Old Navy spring dresses to check out (just click here).
Next up, I picked up this ruffled square neck floral blouse in a 1X from the plus-sizes. Love it! It’s so comfy but also really flattering. Also comes in another floral print, and a chambray version, too. Also tried these high-waisted straight ankle jeans, in this sort of charcoal gray. Wearing a size 18 here and they’re pretty true to size (but the silhouette is a little baggy).
Last but certainly not least, I tried on this smock neck dotted blouse with an embroidered neckline. Wearing an XXL here and this one is also VERY roomy. Not fitted at all, so I preferred how it looked tucked in. Also comes in white and in plus-sizes, too.
Rounding up all of these pieces and more below — just click on any image for a direct link to shop it!
PS – you can find more of my recent try on sessions by clicking here.