Old Navy is a popular and affordable apparel company catering to all ages. Old Navy pieces are staples in closets everywhere!
From flip-flop day to the classic Fourth of July t-shirts, Old Navy is loved by many. That is why I’m so excited to share this post on performing an Old Navy item number lookup.
You can use these methods to find an Old Navy item that love and would like to replace. Alternatively, you can find out more information about your item and find similar items.
No matter the case, we have a few valuable strategies to show you when it comes to performing an Old Navy item number lookup. So let’s get started!
Old Navy Style Number: What To Look For
When looking for an Old Navy item number, it is essential to know exactly what you’re looking for. All Old Navy style numbers are 6-digit numerical codes.
That means you will always look for 6 numbers when performing your Old Navy item number search. In the next section, we will go over exactly where to look.
Using An Old Navy Tag
The best place to look when attempting to locate your Old Navy style number is by using the inner tag on your Old Navy item. You can find the inner tag on the inside seam of your Old Navy item.
Here, you will find a grouping of tags that outline the washing and drying instructions, along with the materials of the item. If you flip to the small tag in the very back, you will see your Old Navy item number.
As you can see in the example below, the style number for this item is “552076.” Once you’ve found the Old Navy style number, you have a couple of options for finding the style name and the specific item itself.
First, you can input the style number into Google. For example, “Old Navy 552076.” Alternatively, you can navigate to Old Navy’s website and type the style number directly into the search bar.
This is a great strategy to find out more information about the item if you are looking to resell an Old Navy item in your online reselling business.
However, I realize that not all Old Navy items will still have the inner tags intact. So if this is the case for you, fear not! We still have a few tricks up our sleeve for your Old Navy item number search.
Google Lens Method
Next, we’ll go over how to use Google Lens to find your Old Navy style number. For this step, you will need to have the Google Lens or Google app downloaded.
You don’t have to stage your item professionally, but make sure you have good lighting and clear the clutter from the background.
Once you’ve set up your item, either by laying it flat or hanging it up on a hanger, snap a picture. Upload it to either the Google or Google Lens app.
Following this, you should see results for your Old Navy item. You may have to scroll through the results to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Many times you will see secondhand marketplace listings. This is a great way to learn more about the item and even purchase the item if the price is right!
It’s important to know this method does not always work well for more plain items. That is why we still have one more method for finding an Old Navy item number that we will discuss next!
Descriptive Phrase Method
In this last method, we will be going back to our roots with a good old-fashioned Google search. This time, with words instead of images.
The goal here is to write an incredibly descriptive phrase so Google can help you find your item. So first, closely evaluate your Old Navy item. Look for the obvious and not-so-obvious characteristics of the garment.
Start out with the brand name and type of item, then discuss the color and/or pattern. Depending on the type of item, focus on the neckline, sleeve length, style of back, any zippers or buttons, and any other special details that you can think of.
Start by searching this phrase on Google. There’s no pressure to have it perfect the first time because it’s no big deal to modify the phrase. Keep searching and scrolling through until you locate your Old Navy item.
And with that, you now know how to conduct an Old Navy item number search. With these tricks up your sleeve, you’ll be able to find your Old Navy style number in no time.
Which method is your favorite? Share your experiences in the comments below!