Old Navy chambray dress
Dress, Old Navy; shoes, Gap Factory; bag, MbMJ (via eBay)

Behold: the finest in potato sack couture! But seriously, you guys – I love this dress. Like, marriage-material kind of love. Even though it makes me look like … well, a sack of potatoes. I’m not even gonna apologize for loving it. I love it that much. And it cost 14 whole dollars, which is a ridiculously low price to put on true love, but never change Old Navy, because in addition to run-on sentences I also love a cheap find.

So. Much. Love. You guys.


Ok, so all that aside, this is barely an outfit. Don’t hate me, ok? It was a warm afternoon, and this dress beckoned, and then my new Gap Outlet sandals winked at me, and I just had to put this on and call it done. And I know I’m going to do it again, because I basically want to live in this dress all summer long.

Old Navy chambray dress
Best part: it’s not too short in the front OR the back. Yay for not accidentally flashing the mailman!

12 Comments on 30 x 30: Five

  1. 1) you don’t look like a sack of spuds you numpty!!!
    2) I really miss all my summer dresses at the mo when I want to throw something on & just be done šŸ™‚

  2. I love this! I used to be a die-hard pants-wearer but then I discovered I could throw on a dress and sandals and some bike shorts (for the chub rub) and basically feel like I’m in PJs all day long. Heaven on earth. And on days when I don’t want to shave….I just throw on a maxi dress. I have no idea why I resisted for so long but dresses are my jam now!

    I see a trip to Old Navy in my future…

    • Bike shorts – genius! I’m going to have to try that. And you and I are on the same wavelength re maxi dresses in the summer (and the reasons for the wearing thereof, hah!)
      Ironically, I used to be a die-hard dress wearer (still am, mostly) but I’m starting to like pants more. Mostly my AG Stevie cords. They’re awesome-sauce.
      Old Navy is a mixed bag of the terrible, the merely bad, and the fantastic. And it’s like a box of chocolates, per Forrest Gump’s ma: you never know what you’re going to get.

  3. I think you still look put together…. And considering we sold a near identical dress at Anthropologie (our’s had a tie waist rather than elastic) for $148… I would say you got QUITE the deal

    • Thanks! But just a heads up: I bought them back in the spring … maybe March? I believe they were an online-only item, at least here in Canada (I stumbled onto a store return). Perhaps try online first? I hope you can still find them.