Tweens Share Their Favorite Pieces From the POPSUGAR x Old Navy Collection
As POPSUGAR editors, we independently select and write about stuff we love and think you'll like too. If you buy a product we have recommended, we may receive affiliate commission, which in turn supports our work.
After the long-awaited POPSUGAR x Old Navy tween line launched, it didn't take long for shoppers to take notice. In fact, I didn't even get a chance to send the link to my older brother before his 11-year-old son (my nephew) texted me to ask me about the "dope socks" he saw online. No clarification needed; he was talking about the tie-dye ones.
This collab is about much more than helping tweens find cool socks.
But this collab is about much more than helping tweens find cool socks. The collection as a whole was made with purpose — it's an opportunity for kids to tap into their individual aesthetics and build a wardrobe that's reflective of who they are. To bring the mission to life, POPSUGAR and Old Navy teamed up with a trio of forward-thinking tween ambassadors: Kheris Rogers, an inspiring 13-year-old who fused her passion for fashion and activism and created a clothing line to combat racism and empower other kids; Alizé Lee, a 14-year-old Level 8 gymnast and Team USA Wushu athlete and content creator; and Jensen Gering, 11, an aspiring musician who uses his platform to help his community. Suffice it to say they know a thing or two about being mission-driven.
Whether they demonstrate their individual style by wearing graphic tees that spread good vibes or relaxed hoodies that exude comfort, Kheris, Alizé, and Jensen have a knack for picking out cool clothes. Ahead, you'll see what pieces they're rocking from the collab, plus what tweens across the country are excited to wear from the line. Naturally, the socks are a top pick.