There is just something about a chevron print that takes me back to the 70s. According to a Wikipedia entry, though, the inverted v-shaped pattern dates back to as early as 1800 BC.
I’ve been closely watching Old Navy’s chevron tops and yesterday I decided to head to a store to purchase one of them since it had been marked down from $25 to $19. When I got to the store, though, the tops were on sale for just $10! Talk about a consumer surplus!
This $10 chevron top is so chic and versatile. Here’s how I’d wear it to three different affairs: Work, a party, and a casual outing.
|1. Work. Skirt: The Limited; Sash: Ann Taylor|
|2. Party. Skirt: c/o LOFT|
|3. Casual. Leggings: Max Studio via Marshalls; Belt: BR Factory|
If you’ve also been eying the Old Navy chevron-print raglan top, I just purchased it in store yesterday. So, the in-store price is likely still only $10.
|Chevron tops on rack in Old Navy. $10|