Everyone seemed to love the GAP New Arrivals For Fall Try On Haul post I did last week, so I thought I would bring you another try on haul today. Last week, most of the clothing was casual with chinos and jeans, but today I’m going a different route. I recently ordered some clothing from Old Navy, so I’m going to show you some of the Old Navy Fall Dresses from my haul.
For sizing reference, I’m 5’6″ tall and weigh between 150-160 lbs. I normally wear a size 8 (usually a size 29) in pants and jeans, a medium-large in tops and sweaters, and a 10-12 (med-large) in dresses.
Old Navy Fall Dresses
I’ll be styling five Old Navy Fall Dresses; I like that Old Navy believes in Body Equity which means size equality, price equality & style for women everywhere! I decided to style the dresses with a couple of pairs of my western boots, but you can change that up to fit your style.
Midi Old Navy Fall Dresses
I found several midi Old Navy Fall Dresses, which are very nice. My first outfit is a V-Neck Shirred Midi Dress. I think it is incredibly flattering, and it runs true to size. I’m wearing a size large, and I like the fit. I love a v-neckline since it elongates your neck, making you appear taller and thinner.
The puffed sleeves have a nice design detail that gives the dress an elevated look. I like that the smocked waistline is thick since that keeps it from rolling as you move around. This dress is lightweight, so it is perfect for wearing now. You can add a jacket or blazer along with knee boots to give a fall vibe.
Unfortunately, this crossbody has already sold out, but I linked to this Similar one which I really like.
I love these Ballet Flats With Cap Toe. I’ve ordered at least three other pairs trying to find one I like, and I was a little shocked this was the pair I liked the best.
A Western Look With Old Navy Fall Dresses
This Fit & Flare Linen-Blend Cami Midi Dress is perfect for fall. I love the colors; it almost screams Pumpkin Spice!
This is one of those dresses that can be worn for at least three seasons. The colors are great for fall, but the style is one that would work for Spring and Summer.
The straps are fairly wide, but you can see my bra still showing. I can see wearing this dress with a navy blazer or a long cardigan like the Long-Line Open-Front Sweater from Old Navy.
I loved the Tie-Belt Jean Utility Jacket, but it was too large for me. I have the belt tied in the back, so the jacket looks more fitted, but it will have to go back. You can see that I also had to cuff the sleeves, so take that into consideration if you want to order this.
I thought the Western Slouch Boots looked great with the dress and denim jacket. They helped to give the outfit the Western look I was trying to achieve.
Business Casual Old Navy Fall Dresses
This Red Wine Sleeveless Crepe Midi Dress is a very pretty dress. I like that it is sleeves which works for summer, and layers well with a blazer or cardigan.
Here is a better look at the Sleeveless Crepe Midi Dress. I like the deep, scooped neckline and the high empire waist. An empire waist helps to hide a tummy since it fits the smallest part of our torso and then flows away. I wasn’t sure which size I would need, so I ordered a medium which fits me fine.
It is amazing how adding this plaid Relaxed Suit Blazer to the dress immediately gave the look a business casual flair. I’ve paired this blazer with black pants, camel pants, the matching plaid pants, and now this dress. I think we can safely say that it is versatile.
I recently purchased The Pearl Crossbody when I was looking for a great travel handbag, and out of ALL the ones I ordered, this one is my favorite.
Any of these dresses can be worn with these wedge heels since they are a great neutral. Any time I’m going shopping, I wear these heels since they go with anything!
This is the exact same style as the dress above but in a floral pattern. It is funny how different the two dresses look just because of the color and print.
I thought you might like to see the print up close and have a better look at the neckline.
I’ve been trying to embrace flats more this year. These Sueded D’Orsay Flats are several years old, and I still love wearing them. The style is easy to wear, and the pointed toes make your legs look longer. The neutral color is perfect since it matches everything.
Elegant Old Navy Fall Dresses
I bet that elegant isn’t the first word you would use to describe clothing from Old Navy. However, this elegant dress from Old Navy is gorgeous and perfect for your next party or event.
If you read my 2023 Fall Fashion Trends You Should Be Watching For post; then you would have noticed sheer items are trending. Sheer brings to mind see-through tops and blouses, and those probably aren’t items you can see yourself wearing. However, this black Flutter-Sleeve Midi Dress would look beautiful for a Christmas party, and I would wear a faux-fur stole around my shoulders.
I love adding a pop of red to black outfits, and since I was thinking about a Christmas party, these Crimson Alina Flex Pumps seemed perfect. These are an older pair of heels that I’ve had for several years. If you’ve ever tried Michael Kors shoes, then you know they are well made and comfortable.
I hope you liked today’s post on Old Navy Fall Dresses. Here are a few more that you might like.
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