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Market Scout: Old Navy Has Our Summer Style On Lock

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    Confession: I've been having a love affair with Old Navy lately. That yellow raincoat? The striped, hooded pullover? Sign me up. And, yes, I do realize that my current style icon is a man I assume is Gorton from the Gorton's fish sticks logo, but doesn't he look stylish in a classic and cool nautical way? I think so.

    And, while spring is seriously sweet in the land of Old Navy, I'm excited to share that summer is looking even brighter. Yes! After previewing the soon-to-be-available collection this week, I've fallen in love with the super-reasonably priced line's brand-new T-shirts that feature everything from classic stripes to too-cute-for-school pineapples. (And, you already know how much we like pineapples here at R29.)

    Summer wardrobes should be equal parts easy staples and quirky accents, and these wares are just the ticket. So, thanks, Old Navy, for helping a girl fill out her closet without blowing her budget. We all appreciate it. Even though you can't get your hands on these sweet tees just yet, you can still stock up on seriously stylish not-too-basic staples from Old Navy for crazy-low sale prices. The race to the checkout line is so on.

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