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Winter Wonderland with Old Navy

Winter Wonderland with Old Navy

As soon as I arrived in the USA , I had one mission and one mission only, to find a “proper” winter jacket. I knew that if I was going to really enjoy all that a white winter has to offer, I would need the perfect jacket to keep me warm in all the right places. I went from store to store to find the right fit, the right color and of course something that was going to do the job.  After many recommendations I ended up heading to OLD NAVY.

OLD NAVY is a store that has everything! If you are ever in need of a great pair of jeans, trendy workout clothing or even some awesome accessories, you can find it there. They are also continuously having sales, which is my absolute best!

After trying on a few different coats I settled for my favorite color; an army green, fur hooded, duck feather infused jacket.




The minute I tried it on, I knew that it was the perfect fit for me. The jacket is thick and warm but still very light and easy to fold which is a plus when travelling. The fur on the hood adds a “dressy” element to the jacket, making your outfit look a lot more stylish than it actually is. The fur hood can also be removed, in case you want to “doll” it down slightly.




The pockets are the perfect size, so if you happen to forget your gloves, then don’t fret because they do a great job at keeping your hands nice and toasty. I have to say that this is definitely one of my favorite winter jackets I have ever owned. It makes me feel good, it goes with any outfit and it keeps me warm no matter how cold it gets!




If you would like to purchase one of their many awesome winter jackets then head on over to the Old Navy website by clicking here or pop into one of the local stores near you! To follow them on Instagram, click here.

Photography by Craig Leslie.



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