Old Navy finally launched an intimates collection—and it's adorable and affordable

We'll just take one of everything, thanks!

Old Navy intimates
(Image credit: Old Navy )

For the first time in its 27-year history, Old Navy is getting intimate. At long last, you'll finally be able to snag the best bras and undies at one of your favorite retailers.

The company owned by Gap Inc. has launched an intimates collection with a variety of options: bras, bralettes, thong underwear, bikini underwear, and more. Considering these were the most searched products online—per Good Morning America—consumers will be pleased to add these babies to their virtual shopping carts. 

Even better news? The wallet-friendly collection ranges from $4.99–$24.99 and sizes XS–XXL. Old Navy's timing couldn't be more perfect—it just so happens we're in need of a little retail therapy and something to wear underneath the best spring dresses. Talk about a coincidence!

While we're on the topic of skivvies, we uncovered how to recreate your favorite lockdown TV look with the help of lingerie experts. (No need to thank us.) If you're looking for something perky, we'll guide you towards the best bras for great cleavage a la Bridgerton's leading ladies. If you're planning to rock casual dresses like Marianne in Normal People, you'll need the right undergarments. Regardless of shapes and sizes, we'll help you figure out how to perfectly wear an ensemble and completely love your look. 

Be sure to visit the Old Navy website to have a full look at the new intimates collection. And, as a reminder, there's no need to discard undies after six to nine months, despite what social media says. "There’s nothing magical about a six-month time limit to your underwear, and there’s no medical evidence to support it," Dr. Charis Chambers told woman&home. But, if you're in favor of a bra and panties shopping spree every so often, we totally support that decision as well!

Danielle Valente
Danielle Valente

Danielle is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. When she's not working, you can find her experimenting with new recipes or sitting on the couch with a good book and a cup of coffee.