#BODEQUALITY at Old Navy: All Sizes, All Styles, Same Price
This post is sponsored by Old Navy and ShopStyle Collective. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
I’ve partnered with Old Navy to share some VERY EXCITING NEWS: ALL sizes, ALL styles are now available at the SAME PRICE in-store and online!!! No separate sections. No separate prices. All sizes are treated equally.
As a plus size woman and someone who used to be a merchant in this industry, I can say with confidence that the Old Navy #BODEQUALITY initiative is revolutionary. For so long, plus sizes have been relegated to the back of the store, with less desirable inventory and higher prices than straight sizes. When shopping with friends or family that differ in size, we couldn’t shop in the same section and, more often than not, we can’t even shop in the same store. Old Navy is determined to change that with a more size-inclusive approach to shopping for sizes 0-30.
In addition to being able to shop all sizes in the same place at the same price, oldnavy.com now has a new feature where you can toggle between a size 4, 12, and 18 model to see pieces on a variety of body types!
In honor of this new shopping experience with Old Navy, I tried some pieces from their latest collection. I was really impressed with their denim fit! It turns out the brand as spent the last six years studying modeled fits on 389 different body types! They partnered with scientists and used a combination of live fit models and hundreds of 3D avatars with the goal of creating more consistent sizing. I’m excited to continue to shop with Old Navy and test out their new fits!
I’m shown wearing two different styles:
- Extra High-Waisted Sky-Hi Button-Fly Straight Raw-Hem Jeans (Nicky Wash) in Size 16
- High-Waisted O.G. Straight Ankle Jeans (Medium Wash) in Size 16
They both hug my curves perfectly, while maintaining a more on-trend loose fit through the leg. If you’re used to wearing jeans with a lot of stretch, note that these two styles only contain 1% spandex so they won’t “give” as much as another pair of jeans. If you’re in-between sizes I would recommend sizing up.