Old Navy Canada: 55% Off Fitted Tee Dress - Now $15 (Was $33)


For just $15, you can get the fitted tee dress at Old Navy right now! Since it was originally priced at $32.95, this means that it has been knocked down by 55%. There are also other styles to choose form.

Primarily made of cotton (93%), this dress comes in either: black, blue, red stripes or blue stripes. I like that it's not an overly fancy dress. You can choose to either wear it as it or dress it up with accessories or even a bright shoe. Take for example the blue striped version of this dress pictured above: the model is wearing red shoes, thereby really making the outfit stand out. But you could just as easily pair it with bright yellow heels or even a long gold necklace -- anything goes with this dress, really!

Among the other available dresses, I also really like the Maxi dress. There are numerous different ones available from $19 to $39 (already reduced prices). My favourite is definitely the jersey maxi-tube dress in a red print on sale for $20 (reg. $32.94). Although it could be worn for just about anything, I'm tempted to wear it for week-end barbecues, especially as I plan to try out Eva's compilation of 6 budget friendly BBQ recipes.

The vast majority of dresses available are of the summery and casual variety but you can also find classier styles such as the sleeveless chambray shirt dress, which has been reduced to just $20 (reg. $44.94). It's the kind of dress that you definitely need to make sure the collar pop up! :P

As usual, shipping is free on orders over $50. Be sure to also check out Old Navy's sale on active wear, with reductions for the whole family of up to 50% off the original price. The women's active semi-fitted tank, for instance, is on sale starting from just $5.99 (reg. $16.94), depending on the colour you choose. There are 18 colours to choose from, such as opulent iris, cloud cover, wink pink neon, and is the kind of tank that would be perfect for working out, especially since it's slightly loose around the stomach area.

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