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Style: The Age of Aquarius

Old Navy x Sacramento Street

As spring quickly moves toward the summer, I look forward to warm days outdoors with my sweet boy. I’ve wanted to buy Jackson a pair of overalls since he was born, and I finally had the chance on a shopping adventure at Old Navy. I felt like I had been transported back to the time of Peace & Love of the 1970s. An abundance of denim, fringe, and floral printed fabrics all reminded me of photographs of my parents in their college days. It was so much fun finding clothes that can be both versatile and nostalgic.

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For Jackson, I chose a pair of denim overalls, blue sandals, and a blue floral shirt. I couldn’t help myself with this sweet nod to the 1970s. Every time I look at Jackson in this outfit, I have to smile. He looks so happy and carefree!

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I also had a great time coming up with an outfit for me to wear. I wanted to keep with the blue I had chosen in Jackson’s outfit, so I chose an adorable short dress that is loose and comfortable for the warm summer days quickly approaching. I paired it with a jean jacket that is versatile and easy to throw on when the evening air is a bit brisk – or in the case of San Francisco – when the fog rolls in. I also got a pair of flat sandals that I will be sporting often.

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Outfit Details

Caitlin: Printed Pintucked Dress in Light Blue| Denim Jacket | Textured Double-Strap Sandals in White | Matte Sunglasses in Tortoise Shell

Jackson: Blue Floral Shirt | Denim Overalls | Sueded Sandals in goodnight nora

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I have to tell you, there is so much to choose from at Old Navy this spring and I wouldn’t waste a minute to head out for a shopping trip to update your wardrobe as well as the wardrobe of your little ones. You can buy adorable clothing and not break the bank. Something many of us try to do more these days!

This post is a partnership with Old Navy. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting sponsored posts that keep Sacramento Street doors open.

Photos by Suzanna Scott


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