Old Navy Summer Stripes

Dress: c/o Old Navy // Shoes: c/o Old Navy // Sunglasses: Fendi // Watch: Modify Watches // Scarf: c/o old Navy // Picnic Blanket: Ralph Lauren 

In this Outfit of the Day post, I’m sharing what I wore to a lovely day at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York. This was the site of 1939 and 1964 World’s Fair, but you probably recognize the Unisphere from movies like Men In Black, Iron Man 2, and countless other pop culture references.

This is super comfortable and adorable dress that is perfect for a day at the park. The stretchy fabric lends itself to play with little ones while showcasing easy summer style. The Fit & Flare Ponte-Tank Dress by Old Navy is currently on sale for just $15!

My favorite thing about this dress (even more than the cost) is that the bottom flares out at the waist. That gives this modern dress a classic cut. Not to mention how flattering it can be for the curvier gals. 
I’m also wearing a navy Modify Watch. You’ve seen me talk about these watches before on my blog and I’m still in love with them. How great is it to be able to quickly strap on a watch that perfectly goes with whatever outfit you decide to put on? You can do just that for an unbeatable price with Modify Watches
I’m also wearing these adorable canvas OLd Navy canvas sneakers. This is the perfect shoe for a day at park. You can effortlessly stroll or join an impromptu game of soccer in these babies. 
Last but certainly not least, I added these cool blue Fendi sunglasses to protect my eyes from the sun and to add a bit of pizazz to the look. I’m also wearing a very cool white and blue scarf created by artist Curtis Kulig (of the “Love Me” campaign) exclusively for Old Navy influencers. It features a fun car print that says “Special Delivery”. I topped the look off with my go-to lip product to complete all my pinup looks, Sephora’s Always Red lip stain. Buy it here.
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