Spring Into Style With Old Navy’s New Spring Looks

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While it’s true San Diegans are lucky enough to enjoy sunny skies nearly all year round, there’s something about the spring season that gets us excited. Get ready for the springtime fun with Old Navy’s new collection of seasonal favorites. We’ve put together a few fun, affordable and stylish looks that will get you ready to spring clean your kiddo’s wardrobe with the latest Old Navy fashions.


Pretty as a Flower
Elena’s “Pick Me” t-shirt just screams spring, especially with adorable little flowers spelling out the word “pick.” It’s the perfect top to go with the signature Old Navy blue shorts. And since this is San Diego, every little girl needs her go-to pair of flip flops for a casual and comfortable style.


Too Cool for Spring
We know many little dudes aren’t interested in making a fashion statement on the school grounds. But Jamie’s Old Navy outfit is saying that a classic look is cool and comfortable. After all, kids can’t go wrong with the classic blue t-shirt and dark jeans. It’s the perfect combo for school or a Padres baseball home game.


Pretty in Pink
In this adorable pink dress, Daphne is ready for her spring fling (playdate, that is). This new classic dress is perfect for a holiday family gathering or a picnic at one of San Diego’s coolest parks. And don’t forget the matching sandals and stylish matching hat. Because even when you’re a toddler, accessories are crucial!


Looking Cool for Little Dudes
The adorable factor is off the charts in Old Navy’s spring collection for baby boys. It’s a well-known fact that little dudes love all-things trains, planes and automobiles. So Old Navy took it a step further and put those cars on the clothes! This graphic t-shirt pairs perfectly with blue pants and grey high tops, giving Tahir a look that will spring him forward above the rest.

Want to give your kiddo a new look for spring? Head to Old Navy and check out their new spring selections. And let us know which styles you love in the Comments below!

— Leah R. Singer