Old Navy Is Selling an 'Absolutely Perfect' Linen Dress That Looks So Much Like a J.Crew Style That's Over 6x the Price

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Old Navy has been seriously impressing us lately — especially the dress department. We checked out the selection and were thrilled to find tons of linen options. With the summer underway, it’s a fabric that we always keep an eye out for.

One particular fit and flare dress stood out from the pack, and shoppers are flocking to it as fast as we are. Right when we saw it we knew that it would become an instant staple in our summer wardrobes, and shoppers “fell in love” as fast as we did.

Fit & Flare Sleeveless Midi Dress, From $14 (was $45) at Old Navy

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What caught our attention first was the classic, timeless silhouette. It’s fitted up top and flares out at the waist in an A-line style, which is a cut that can flatter tons of body types. To complete the stunning look, the dress has a square sweetheart neckline with thick spaghetti straps. Reviewers say that this “absolutely perfect” dress has the most “beautiful” fit, and can’t get over how “gorgeous” it looks.

Other details we noticed when looking at this dress a bit closer made us fall in love with it that much more. For starters, it has pockets, which always adds extra points for any dress, and shoppers agree that they’re “always a bonus” to have. And last but not least, the material (a linen-blend) is “lightweight and comfortable,” according to reviewers, and perfect for hot summer days.

Dresses made from linen or other high-quality breathable materials can cost a lot more than the price of this one — especially when they’re this beautiful. We found a style that’s the spitting image of the Old Navy dress at J.Crew. Practically everything about these two dresses is alike, down to the convenient pockets they both share.

Sweetheart Tank Dress With Poplin Skirt, $98 at J.Crew

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The biggest difference is the price, and if you choose the J.Crew version you’ll end up paying three times as much. There may be some tiny details that could sway you to the more expensive option, but for our money, the Old Navy midi is the way to go, especially if you “want to get more colors” like so many other shoppers do.