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Old Navy Plus Sizes – Shop These 7 Gorg Pieces Online Now

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Old Navy plus sizes are a go-to today, sure. But it hasn’t always been that way. Back in 2007, Old Navy actually pulled plus size pieces from their stores, sending curvy girls online to pick up the brand’s affordable and trendy styles.

The beloved brand righted its ways in 2018 when it decided to bring back plus size, sort of. Today, Old Navy offers its women’s plus collection in these select stores. If your city isn’t on the list, sadly, you still have to shop online for your favorite Old Navy wears. It’s fairly insulting, we agree, but then few retailers can top Old Navy as a one-stop shop for all things cute, comfortable, and affordable.

If you’re willing to let Old Navy’s spotty plus-size strategy slide, here are seven must-haves of the moment from the online shop.

Old Navy Plus Sizes: Online Picks to Try Now

1. Cabernet jumpsuit

Have some fun styling this gorgeous jumpsuit! In a stunning shade of cabernet, it features a flattering wrap-front style that accentuates your curves beautifully. The self-tie belt at the waist creates definition, while the flowing fabric beneath gently skims your legs.

Wear it with anything from wedge pumps to strappy sandals for a chic and polished look.

2. Bright sweater

Everyone needs at least one go-to sweater to see them through the chilly months in reliable style. This turtleneck is constructed of a soft, nylon-blend yarn and has timeless styling. In a bold yellow, it adds some life to your drab winter days.

Wear it with anything from jeans to crisp trousers.

3. Tried-and-true pencil skirt

The right pencil skirt can work wonders for your wardrobe — and send your confidence through the roof! This little number is slightly fitted through the hips and thighs, lending it a sleeker silhouette that contributes to a refined silhouette.

Pair it with a crisp white button-down blouse and black pumps for a classy work day ensemble.

4. Boyfriend jeans

A great pair of boyfriend jeans steps right in and saves the day when you need something to wear to brunch, an impromptu coffee with a friend, or a casual date.

Pair these with anything from a tailored blazer to a pretty blouse for the perfect blend of low-key and dressy.

5. Wrap dress

Floral wrap dress in plus size from Old Navy

Although spring is still a couple of months away, it’s never too early to start planning your warmer-weather wardrobe. A fit-and-flare dress is a stunning choice for the season. It defines figure-flattering style, and this one features a faux wrap silhouette that helps accentuate your shape naturally.

6. Cardi coat

What to wear when you’re making that uncertain transition from winter to spring? It’s a tricky time that may not call for a thick wool coat, but does require something more than a lightweight cardigan. To the rescue comes this dazzling cardi coat, which is a stunner in bright pink. Featuring a pair of buttons, it will keep you comfortable in cooler weather without weighing you down.

7. Reliable leggings

The right leggings are everything whether you’re getting it done at the gym or just ticking items off of your to-do list on a busy errand-filled weekend. However you wear these leggings, you’ll love the way they feel against your skin. The flexible material alone is a dream, but these awesome bottoms are elevated by the presence of pockets! Love.

Plus Sizes at Old Navy Online

Old Navy’s “Women’s Plus” line is fairly extensive online. Sizes range from 16-30 and 1X-4X. The collection runs the gamut from casual t-shirts to upgraded pieces you could wear to work. You’ll also find workout clothes, pajamas, and lounge wear.

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Jo (A Rose Tinted World)

Monday 13th of January 2020

Lovely to see jumpsuits and wrap dresses in larger sizes. These are great styles for curvy ladies. Not sure I'd wear the pencil skirt though.

Catherine Brock

Monday 13th of January 2020

Hi Jo! Thanks for stopping by! ~Catherine


Saturday 11th of January 2020

It is better to spend a little more and buy better quality than Old Navy. Buy something that lasts. My 20 year old socks from REI are still in good condition. Old Navy is just throw away stuff.

Catherine Brock

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Hi Sarah,

I agree that Old Navy pieces aren't as durable as other options. Maybe I've had unusually good luck with it, as I have a floral skirt I bought from Old Navy 10 years ago that I still wear. My cost-per-wear on that has to be near zero at this point haha.

Catherine xoxo

Patricia Kellerman

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Thank you for a plus size article. I am new to your site but read all the fashion articles wishing they would fit me. Now I am included too! Pat K. Pittsburgh

Catherine Brock

Saturday 11th of January 2020

Hi Pat!

Thanks so much for dropping in and sharing your feedback! And you are welcome!

Catherine xoxo

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