Fall is right around the corner and, very soon, we’ll be reaching for sweaters and jackets to keep us warm on those crisp cool nights. I’m in Texas. South East Texas to be more exact. So, I really don’t have to say this, but I will It’s HOT here in South East Texas! In fact, there really is no such thing as Winter here. It’s Fall-like weather from October-March.
I’m sure it’s not like that in most of the country, so I made my way to one of our favorite family stores, Old Navy, to scope out Fall looks for the entire family. In fact, I’ll be bringing you family looks the rest of the year thanks to my partnership with Old Navy through an exclusive Blogger Subscription Program. So, what’s on the docket this month? Back-To-School looks, NFL Pride, and the perfect outfit for my 3rd grader’s job interview. Momma-Finding-Lots-Of-Cool-Stuff-Say-What?!
As I mentioned above, Old Navy was one of our prime spots for Back-To-School shopping. Why? Well, because my children have a strict dress code they must abide by at school. They can only wear solid color Tees and Polos with Denim, Khaki, or Black bottoms (unless there is a Special Event such as College Sports Wednesday or Class Job Interviews). Finding these clothes for boys is easy, but for girls? Not so much. I was was relieved Momma when I saw the extensive selection at Old Navy for my girl, in all KINDS of colors. These are a few of my faves.
|Solid Tops and Shorts Perfect for the First Day of School|
I mentioned College Day Wednesdays at school right? Well, during the Fall season, my children are allowed to wear College shirts to school to show off their college spirit! What do you think I found at Old Navy? Everything football from College to NFL.
|Hook ‘Em Horns!|
Now, what’s a 3rd grader to do, when he’s asked to prepare a resume, fill out an application, and come to school in business attire? Well, he does just that! I mean, that Soap Manager position isn’t going to fill itself is it? I was ecstatic to find some professional, yet young and funky for my guy to wear to his interview. Talk about a rockin’ school project!
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I couldn’t put EVERYTHING I found and loved all in one post, so I’m bringing you in on my shopping experience via Whrrl. Check it out:
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