What does Old Navy have to do with bridal? Everything. If you are anything like me, you love to travel, and your honeymoon is 99% going to be your first trip together with your beloved after your nuptials. So you definitely need new frock. So that calls for, shopping! But you just spent a fortune on your wedding, your dress and your new home together. All worth it, of course. But on your honeymoon you are more than likely going to be lounging on a beach somewhere, exploring an exotic city, and the last thing you want to do is overpack with a bunch of clothing items you have to iron, wash or fuss over. While your Chanel, Dior and Tom Ford pieces will be great items for dinner and the nightlife of whatever great place you both decided on, during the day as you explore the streets of Brazil, Dubai, Spain, Kenya or Bangkok, or whatever cool place you can escape to, you want to be as comfortable as possible. Who says affordable and chic as much as Old Navy? Well you get my point.
Old Navy presented its fresh, new, and colorful Spring 2016 Collection on Wednesday, November 18 at Openhouse Gallery. Founded in 1994, Old Navy became the first retailer to reach $1 billion dollars in annual sales in less than four years of operation. That’s due largely to their offering of great style and quality for the entire family. The Old Navy model has more than 1,000 stores worldwide and online products for your entire family. Old Navy is part of the GAP Incorporated family which includes Gap, Banana Republic, Athleta and Intermix.
The new Spring Collection is perfect for vacation wear, designed for resorts or urban strolls, every design will satisfy your love for fashion, keeping you light, airy and free. Old Navy’s 2016 collection boasts bold, brilliant Spring colors. This year’s collection has a host of accessories from sea bags, sunglasses, hats to beachwear.
The new Spring Collection 2016 is for the entire family; simple, colorful, fun. The showroom reminds us of the mission of Old Navy; simplistic decor, highlighting every product you can imagine—cameras, candies, skateboards, to present a typical family day outdoor accoutrements.
Women’s denim skirts to the knees, white blouses, plus everything from a pair of yellow shoes and to pairing it with a brown fringed bag; and if you really want to find comfort in dresses there is an array of floral prints representing the rainbow. If you are the personality that love to have a perfect match – check out the colored accessories: colorful pastel sunglasses, big beautiful straw hats, heeled shoes that lace up the ankle.
Men’s wear highlights blue shirts with white stripes and faded jeans, blue sweatshirts with beige shorts; for the little girls and boys are the small youthful version of the parents, completing picture perfect ensembles for the entire family.
Also, don’t forget to visit the perfect guardrobe for your sport time: shorts, shirts, sport bra, everything lightweight fabric and colored, designed to fit perfectly to your body and allow you to move freely during your exercises.
This spring, for a cool, essential collection, perfect for your entire family, find the closest Old Navy store! It won’t break the bank and you will always appear super cool!
Annalisa Arcoleo is a filmmaker and journalist at heart. She started her journalism career working for Utility Magazine, writing about movies and some of the most important italian events taking place in Italy. After graduating at ACT Cinecitta’ Studios in Rome, she started to work on movie sets and Italian television companies. She was able take part in two TV series at “5 Stelle TV” as an Assistant Producer. In 2012 Annalisa joined one of the most famous Italian television networks, La Rai, to start an internship and a collaboration as filmmaker and journalist conducting interviews and creating news reports.
In 2013, after winning a scholarship in journalism and movie reviews at Sentieri Selvaggi, her writings have gone on to appear in “La Voce” Magazine.
Now while in New York she continues her passion for learning by interning at World Bride Magazine to sharpen her journalism skills while still pursing her filmmaking career.