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Old Navy’s having a MAJOR sale on toddler + baby clothes (items start at just $5!)

Everything from joggers and t-shirts to dresses and onesies. ?

Old Navy’s having a MAJOR sale on toddler + baby clothes (items start at just $5!)

Old Navy is one of our favorite destinations for affordable, fashionable clothes for the entire fam. Little ones grow fast, so we don’t always want to splurge on clothes—we love Old Navy for keeping us on trend and on budget.


Right now, they’re having a SUPER DUPER sale across all of their baby and kids clothes—and you won’t want to miss it. Basic baby items are ringing up as low as $2.97 while kids clothing is starting at just $5.00. Some of the trendier clothing pieces are included in the sale, too—think gingham, joggers and chambray.

Extra savings are applied at checkout for some items so get shopping, mama!

We rounded up some of our favorite items for baby + toddler:

Toddler Boy

French-Terry Henley Hoodie, $18.00


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Raglan-Sleeve Color-Block Tee, $5.00

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Striped U-Shape Fleece Joggers, $10.00


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Chambray Espadrille Shoe, $16.00


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Toddler Girl

‘Hello’ Reverse-Stripe French-Terry Sweatshirt, $14.00


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Elbow-Sleeve Swing Dress, $13.00


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Drapey Twill Anorak, $25.00


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Sueded Lace-Up Ballet Flat, $13.00


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Baby Boy

2-Piece Bodysuit + Leggings, $10.00


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Drawstring Joggers, $5.00


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Bodysuit 3-Pack, $10.97

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Color-Blocked Chambray Shoes, $10.00


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Baby Girl

Printed Jersey Bodysuit, $5.00


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2-Piece Bodysuit + Leggings Set, $10.00


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Printed Bubble One-Piece, $10.00


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Eyelet Espadrille, $10.00


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