How did you celebrate Earth Week? If you didn't get your fill of tree planting, rainforest saving, and green-going last week, show your springtime support for planet friendliness by donning some green attire on the cheap. At Old Navy, kelly, lime, and shamrock shades aren't reserved for St. Patty's Day; they're a celebration of the rebirth and renewal signaled by spring. So go green, wear green, and save green. The Earth (and your wallet) will thank you for it.
Springtime means sleeves get shorter—or disappear altogether. But that doesn't have to cancel out the old loungey standby, the hoodie. This cap-sleeved drawstring hoodie ($17, was $25.50) doesn't have much in the way of arm warmers, but its cozy sweater knit makes it an ideal extra layer to toss in your bag for a day-to-night date.
Step lively in metallic mint green T-strap sandals ($15, were $19.50) with pearly coin embellishments. Put a sweet citrusy-hued spin on the season's fave footwear look, the gladiator sandal, and you've got these blingy and barely-there thongs.
Whether you dress it down by throwing it on over your new swimsuit, or you dress it up by pairing it with a tailored white jacket and heels, this print halter dress ($20, was $34.50) is a springtime closet staple. The whimsical pattern and figure forgiving cut make it a great transition piece while you're burning off the last of that winter hibernation bulk, and the goes-with-the-flow jersey fabric makes this a dress you'll want to lounge and lunch in.
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Every pair of shoes at Famous Footwear is eligible for the Buy One Get One Half Price sale.