Spring break is all about tapping into those summer vibes. Donning bright colors and bold patterns, and hopefully soaking up a little sun. These spring break styles from Old Navy will have the whole family basking in glorious sunny style. See some of the fashion inspiration below.

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A striped button down paired with a coordinating tank and khakis is a classic spring break style! Grab your mini crossbody bag and you’re ready to go!

Bold bathing suits and maxi dresses are eye-catching pieces that will have you feelin’ yourself.

And for a more toned-down look, grab yourself a neutral or animal print bathing suit or coverup. Keep it classy, ladies.

For cozy lounging by the pool, a tee or boyfriend button down with French terry shorts is ideal. All you need now is a piña colada.

Stock up on your classic tees and jean shorts! This winning combo can be worn anywhere, anytime.

Linen shorts and puffy slide sandals are comfy must-haves for your spring break travels, and a sporty swimsuit is super versatile, too.

These girly digs are so sweet! It’s all about the bright colors and pretty florals for your little darlings.

Rainbow ombre, fun tie-dye, and vivid stripes are all the rage this season!

A charming dress or skirt paired with a denim jacket and slip-on shoes is an endearing look for your princess.

Keep it cozy! Grab a pair of pull-on shorts, a graphic hoodie, and slide sandals for a relaxing afternoon after the pool or beach.

Too stinkin’ cute!! These swim styles will have your little ray of sunshine stealing the show.

Let her personality do the talking with these fun tees!

Pair a tee with these elastic-waist shorts for a versatile look.

Your handsome little guy will be the talk of the tropics with a floral button down paired with denim.

Polos, button downs, jeans, and shorts are great for mixing and matching!

Suave is the name of the game with these stylish spring break options.

Don’t forget the comfy clothes for your little prince!

Fellas! Style isn’t just for the ladies. Grab a fashion-forward button down and a sleek pair of shorts and you’ll rock vacation in ultimate sophistication.

Plain or patterns—whatever your preferred style, Old Navy has you covered. These lightweight shirts are perfect for an easy breezy vacation look.

Grab your swim trunks and your sandals and hit the beach or the pool. Cold beer optional, cool style mandatory.

Spring break is all about tapping into those summer vibes. Donning bright colors and bold patterns, and hopefully soaking up a little sun. These spring break styles from Old Navy will have the whole family basking in glorious sunny style. See some of the fashion inspiration below.

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A striped button down paired with a coordinating tank and khakis is a classic spring break style! Grab your mini crossbody bag and you’re ready to go!

Bold bathing suits and maxi dresses are eye-catching pieces that will have you feelin’ yourself.

And for a more toned-down look, grab yourself a neutral or animal print bathing suit or coverup. Keep it classy, ladies.

For cozy lounging by the pool, a tee or boyfriend button down with French terry shorts is ideal. All you need now is a piña colada.

Stock up on your classic tees and jean shorts! This winning combo can be worn anywhere, anytime.

Linen shorts and puffy slide sandals are comfy must-haves for your spring break travels, and a sporty swimsuit is super versatile, too.

These girly digs are so sweet! It’s all about the bright colors and pretty florals for your little darlings.

Rainbow ombre, fun tie-dye, and vivid stripes are all the rage this season!

A charming dress or skirt paired with a denim jacket and slip-on shoes is an endearing look for your princess.

Keep it cozy! Grab a pair of pull-on shorts, a graphic hoodie, and slide sandals for a relaxing afternoon after the pool or beach.

Too stinkin’ cute!! These swim styles will have your little ray of sunshine stealing the show.

Let her personality do the talking with these fun tees!

Pair a tee with these elastic-waist shorts for a versatile look.

Your handsome little guy will be the talk of the tropics with a floral button down paired with denim.

Polos, button downs, jeans, and shorts are great for mixing and matching!

Suave is the name of the game with these stylish spring break options.

Don’t forget the comfy clothes for your little prince!

Fellas! Style isn’t just for the ladies. Grab a fashion-forward button down and a sleek pair of shorts and you’ll rock vacation in ultimate sophistication.

Plain or patterns—whatever your preferred style, Old Navy has you covered. These lightweight shirts are perfect for an easy breezy vacation look.

Grab your swim trunks and your sandals and hit the beach or the pool. Cold beer optional, cool style mandatory.

The official start of spring is less than a month away, which means we are giving you full permission to break out your spring decor! Swap those cozy textures and dark winter hues for bright, vibrant pieces that will make your space pop! You want the interior of your home to mimic the changing of the seasons outside…bring in light colors, breezy fabrics, and bold patterns. Target has everything you need to prep your home for spring at really affordable prices! See Target spring decor inspiration below.

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These earthy tones bring the outdoors inside. Muted green tones paired with bright whites and shining brass accents will give your space a “one with nature” vibe while still feeling quaint and coordinated.

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Nothing says “spring” quite like pale pink! This pretty shade, mixed with mauves and beiges, brings the bloom of a fresh spring flower to your interior. These soft hues feel feminine and delicate, yet also practical and versatile.

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Go for a bold look with blues and blacks sprinkled with a bit of gray and pops of pastel. This vibe is contemporary and cool, and will bring a bit of edge to any room!

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In the beginning of quarantine lots of home projects went down in my house, one of them being this frugal pantry makeover. I simply used foam board (was going to do wood but the weight would have pulled the racks out of the wall) and contact paper to give those wire racks a little upgrade! 🤩 It’s been a little over 8 months now and they are still holding up so nicely!! Everything I used is listed below, I kept a lot of my daughters items on the bottom so she can easily access them! If you have questions don’t hesitate to ask, it took me two days but was fairly easy to do!

Foam Board (I only needed one package – I still have 3 left! I used 3 for each shelf measuring 64” long). I measured the front of the wire rack and cut a separate piece from the foam board and then used packaging tape to create a “L” with the two pieces.

Contact Paper (I bought 3 for 4 shelves and still have leftover – perfect amount) use code 4SYURS68 if you buy more than 1. I used a credit card (you can use anything flat) to smooth out any bubbles as I attached the paper to the foam board.

Under shelf bookcases (I grabbed 3 because those stinking shelf holders got in the way of me grabbing a larger, longer shelf – so I improvised) Make sure you measure your shelves from the floor to the bottom of the shelf to make sure you have enough clearance to put the bookcases in.

Glass Storage Containers (I have 2 sets and use them for pasta, oatmeal, rice and candy).

1.5 Gallon Jar – I use for granola bars or cookie packs.

Pantry sign

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In the beginning of quarantine lots of home projects went down in my house, one of them being this frugal pantry makeover. I simply used foam board (was going to do wood but the weight would have pulled the racks out of the wall) and contact paper to give those wire racks a little upgrade! 🤩 It’s been a little over 8 months now and they are still holding up so nicely!! Everything I used is listed below, I kept a lot of my daughters items on the bottom so she can easily access them! If you have questions don’t hesitate to ask, it took me two days but was fairly easy to do!

Foam Board (I only needed one package – I still have 3 left! I used 3 for each shelf measuring 64” long). I measured the front of the wire rack and cut a separate piece from the foam board and then used packaging tape to create a “L” with the two pieces.

Contact Paper (I bought 3 for 4 shelves and still have leftover – perfect amount) use code 4SYURS68 if you buy more than 1. I used a credit card (you can use anything flat) to smooth out any bubbles as I attached the paper to the foam board.

Under shelf bookcases (I grabbed 3 because those stinking shelf holders got in the way of me grabbing a larger, longer shelf – so I improvised) Make sure you measure your shelves from the floor to the bottom of the shelf to make sure you have enough clearance to put the bookcases in.

Glass Storage Containers (I have 2 sets and use them for pasta, oatmeal, rice and candy).

1.5 Gallon Jar – I use for granola bars or cookie packs.

Pantry sign

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post.
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In the beginning of quarantine lots of home projects went down in my house, one of them being this frugal pantry makeover. I simply used foam board (was going to do wood but the weight would have pulled the racks out of the wall) and contact paper to give those wire racks a little upgrade! 🤩 It’s been a little over 8 months now and they are still holding up so nicely!! Everything I used is listed below, I kept a lot of my daughters items on the bottom so she can easily access them! If you have questions don’t hesitate to ask, it took me two days but was fairly easy to do!

Foam Board (I only needed one package – I still have 3 left! I used 3 for each shelf measuring 64” long). I measured the front of the wire rack and cut a separate piece from the foam board and then used packaging tape to create a “L” with the two pieces.

Contact Paper (I bought 3 for 4 shelves and still have leftover – perfect amount) use code 4SYURS68 if you buy more than 1. I used a credit card (you can use anything flat) to smooth out any bubbles as I attached the paper to the foam board.

Under shelf bookcases (I grabbed 3 because those stinking shelf holders got in the way of me grabbing a larger, longer shelf – so I improvised) Make sure you measure your shelves from the floor to the bottom of the shelf to make sure you have enough clearance to put the bookcases in.

Glass Storage Containers (I have 2 sets and use them for pasta, oatmeal, rice and candy).

1.5 Gallon Jar – I use for granola bars or cookie packs.

Pantry sign

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