Spring Eyelet

I love Old Navy, they have a great range of clothes at an even greater price point. You can find so many hidden gems, ranging from classic pieces to trendy picks, which give you a chance to try out new styles without spending a fortune. While on one of my many trips into the store, during one of their amazing sales, I picked up this great t-shirt that had a lovely version of an embroidered eyelet pattern that I usually tend to ignore. I’m not sure why I don’t buy eyelet pieces, I think they are so pretty and feminine, but when it comes to buying them, I never tend to pull the trigger. When I saw this top, I liked it a lot more than other versions I’d seen and decided to bring it home with me and try and style it. I also want to mention, I liked it even more once I tried it on!



T-shirt: Old Navy | Jeans: Gap (old) similar here | Sandals: Old Navy | Sunglasses: Rayban (old) similar here | Necklace: Jcrew Factory (sold out) similar here or here

Styling it simply with great sandals (also picked up from Old Navy on the same shopping trip) and a statement necklace was a given for me. The colors looked great together, with the white and red really playing off each other.



Tank top: Target | Jeans: Zara (old) similar here | Sandals: Target | Bracelet: Jcrew Factory | Necklace: Jcrew Factory

Keeping with the bright colors, I added a fun yellow tank underneath and paired it with an equally bright necklace and bracelet. The neutral sandals worked well and don’t take away from the fun colors on top!



Shorts: Jcrew Factory | Sandals: Target | Necklace: Jcrew (old) similar here

Switching it up, since I love how black and white look together, I figured these shorts and sandals would work so perfectly with the t-shirt. Simple but definitely eye catching with the different prints and patterns.



Denim Jacket: Gap | Khakis: Gap (old) similar here | Shoes: Steve Madden | Necklace: Jcrew Factory (sold out) similar here

And finally, I had to style the t-shirt one of my favorite ways, with green khakis, a denim jacket and leopard flats. My go-to all spring long, I love how the t-shirt pairs with them.