Get Up to Half Off Fall and Winter Essentials at Old Navy

It’s fall and winter begins next month. That means, if you haven’t already, you should start buying new clothes for the season. Luckily, most brands offer these items on sale while their still in season. Old Navy is having a sale where you can get up to half off on fall and winter essentials and I’ve listed my favorites.

V-Neck Sweater

V-neck sweaters are a fall and winter essentials not only because of how good they look but because of how well they work for layering. They can be worn over a t shirt with jeans for a casual look or over a dress shirt with some chinos for a dressy casual look. This sweater is navy but it also comes many other colors as well. Also, I purchased this sweater and a grey one before this sale and they are pretty soft.

Get the V-Neck Sweater here for $15.


Slim-Fit Jeans

Everyone should have a pair of slim-fit and slim-straight jeans in their wardrobe. Slim-fit jeans work well when you’re wearing casual leather shoes like loafers or bluchers. Slim-straight jeans also work well things like desert boots. These jeans are slim-fit and would work well with the sweater listed above and a light blue dress shirt. These jeans are also dark wash but there are lighter colors available. Dark wash, however, is best for fall and winter.

Get the Slim-Fit Jeans here for $25.


A peacoat is a fall and winter wardrobe essential because of its classic style. Peacoats can make a casual outfit look dressy and a dressy outfit look a little more casual depending on how it is worn. You can wear a peacoat over a v-neck sweater and a dress shirt with jeans, chinos, or suit pants. As for shoes, peacoats work well with loafers, bluchers, and wingtips. This peacoat is black but it comes in grey as well.

Get the Peacoat here for $70.

Those are my favorite fall and winter items from Old Navy’s sale but there are many other items you can get good discounts on, too. You can get chinos, shirts, shoes, and more.

So, what do you think? Do you like these items or is there something else I should’ve included in this list? Let me know in the comments below. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to get new posts sent directly to your inbox and follow me on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.

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