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Holy Jean Sale: 10 Dollar Jeans at Old Navy!

I love back-to-school time because I love to shop for new clothes, hee-hee, and of course, my toddler needs some new duds to start a brand-new year of Pre-school with. Well, I’m drooling over the mega-jean sale going on at Old Navy right now.

For a limited time (offer ends on 8-19) get your kiddo a new pair of jeans, starting at 10 bucks. I said 10 bucks. It gets better, get a pair for yourself (yes, mom, you!), starting at 15 bucks! I’ll let you in on a little secret: Prior to having my son and well, becoming a young, single mom, I was a TOTAL JEAN SNOB–I rocked 7 For All Mankind maternity jeans for $250, just saying.

These days, I prefer to spend that kind of cash on, uh, my monthly car payment–not my jeans. Don’t worry, you don’t have to compromise style and fit for cost. Join me after the jump to preview some kid and adult jeans to love now! (And you’ll love the price, promise!)

The Diva Distressed Skinny Jean, $19 — I love the wear/tear look of these jeans. I’ll pair ‘em with ballerina flats, a slouchy t-shirt and pile of thin bangle bracelets this Fall — and be the cute soccer mom at my son’s games.

The Diva Zip Pocket Skinny, $19 — These so-sexy jeans will look killer with ankle boots. Think date night or girls night out.

Sweetheart Boot-Cut, $19 — Screaming bulky, fuzzy sweater and pumpkin + apple picking.

Now for the kiddos!

I’m getting these for my son:

Boot-Cut Distressed Medium Wash, $10 — Already look worn-in = soft and comfy!

Square Pocket, $19.50 — The pockets have a cute Western/Cowboy look, ideal for my lil’ cowboy!

Photos from OldNavy.com

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