Save big at Old Navy’s after-Christmas sale
By Brittany Anas
It’s the most wonderful time of the year … for sales.
If you’ve got some Christmas cash burning in your pocket or Santa stuffed your stocking with some gift cards to Old Navy, you’ll be pleased to know that the day after Christmas is one of the best times to go shopping. You’ll be greeted by deep discounts on winter wardrobe items — ranging from outerwear to sweaters to corduroys. We’re talking up to 60 percent off — plus you’ll earn “Super Cash” to spend in January. On top of all that, you’ll get 6 percent Cash Back from ShopAtHome.com on your purchases at Old Navy.
Instead of braving the malls (good luck even finding a parking spot!), just slip on the bunny slippers you got for Christmas, sit down near the Christmas tree and snap up the deals online. The online sale is running through Dec. 31.
Here’s some of the best sale items at Old Navy.
- Quilted Tweed Puffa’ Vest, $18. Perfect for layering over T-shirts and flannels and a great jacket to transition from seasons.
- Marled Sweater Dress, $17.97. The chic black-and-white combo has topped our list of best, most wearable trends. Just pair with black tights and boots for those “I don’t know what to wear” days. You’ll look perfectly chic and polished. We’re also loving this fair isle sweater dress that is under $17.
- Jeans, starting at $19. The store is having a big sale on its denim, with styles starting at just $19.
- Men’s plaid oxford shirts, $12. Plaid is majorly on-trend this year. Pair these shirts under a v-neck sweater or jacket and flip the sleeves up for bonus style points. At $12 a pop, stock up on a few of your favorite color combinations. Classic oxford shirts are also $12.
- Men’s fair isle crew sweaters, $19.97. A handsome knit sweater that looks great patterned mixed with a plaid oxford and vest jacket.
- Men’s V-neck sweaters, $21. Another great versatile wardrobe piece in essential colors like blue, grays and oatmeal. For a casual look, layer with a T-shirt. For a dressier look wear underneath a tweed jacket.
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