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Gwyneth Paltrow: Old Navy is special

Published 14/08/2015

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow is grateful to Old Navy clothing because the brand has brought her family so much joy.

The brand offers affordable basic clothing staples and has done so since its inception in 1994.

And Gwyneth’s nine-year-old son Moses with Coldplay singer Chris Martin loves every item he’s acquired from the company so far.

“My son Moses is the inspiration for the concept in this week's issue. He loves Old Navy. Specifically the bathing suits and shirts (he has a white polo shirt with a 'tie' on it he wears all the time),” she wrote in a recent newsletter for her lifestyle brand GOOP. “He wanders into the office and asks with regularity if we are selling Old Navy in the goop shop yet.”

Gwyneth is not keen on restricting Moses’ taste in style at all.

Now that the family is preparing to get the kids back to school this autumn, she is stocking up on a lot of Old Navy clothes to keep her little boy happy through forthcoming semesters.

In a special edition of her GOOP correspondence, Gwyneth made it a point to help parents find good-quality clothing for their little ones at a budget-friendly price.

“We decided to do something different this week and challenge ourselves to do a tight edit of the brand for back-to-school shopping," she said. "We found some very cool things at an insane price point, proving that it really is about the high/low mix."

Gwyneth also shares daughter Apple, 11, with ex-husband Chris.

And she recently revealed the pre-teen is raiding her closet.

“She's wearing a lot of my tank tops and T-shirts and sweatpants,” Gwyneth told People magazine. “She's tall."

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