I do appreciate the fact that you offer plus sized clothing on your website. I also appreciate that there are several cute styles to choose from, and many of them come in size 4X (which I am excited to say is too big for me). Would it be asking too much to actually give some space in the store to these fashions? I realize that maybe you don’t want plus sized people in your stores, but hello, we’re in there anyway buying for our skinny loved ones. It’s time that fat acceptance is a way of life since a huge number of Americans are overweight. I’m sure you could sell some of those cute clothes to people who would appreciate being able to try them on without having to first pay for them, then wait for them in the mail. Oh, and the return by mail only thing? Not so cool. So to recap:
1. Cute clothes
2. They are big enough!
3. Please put them in the stores
4. Please allow returns to the stores
Thanks, Old Navy. You’ll be seeing my credit card again I’m sure.
August 21, 2013 at 12:24 am
I buy pretty much everything from Old Navy! LOVE them and also love their price tags! I agree though, I also frequently run into the problem of items I need only being available online. This summer I asked to see their selection of bermuda shorts and was told that they are only sold o line this season. Apparently the only shorts worthy of the store are the super short hootchie mamma ones. Ridiculous!
August 21, 2013 at 6:32 am
I was heart broken when they removed the plus sized clothing from all the Old Navy’s in New York. I loved the jeans, but you had to try them on because every style fit so differently. Old Navy mostly cut their jeans extra roomy, so I wore a size smaller, so now you know how ticked off I really am about it all.
August 21, 2013 at 6:34 am
Cut roomy…that’s a phrase you don’t often hear in plus size fashion! Jean shopping is so iffy to begin with, how on earth do they expect us to do it mail order?!
August 21, 2013 at 10:23 am
I know it’s like crazy. I can get a size 24 I swim in, and then another won’t even go over my thighs. **sigh
August 25, 2013 at 10:37 am
Oh no! The cute top pictured above has already lost part of the seam along the neckline, exposing the elastic and making a repair necessary. Good thing I sew, otherwise this shirt would be going back. C’mon Old Navy, get it together!