Old Navy

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  1. horseracing

    horseracing New Member

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    Honestly, their jeans are great, and there are some pretty good finds there. I don't shop there exclusively, but if I need a nice, casual sweater or t shirts for the summer, I automatically go there.
     
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    kit99bar USPA Class 2, weak, old man!

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    I got a couple thermals from there for around 8 bucks
     
  4. Smahatma

    Smahatma Bitch-Kumar OT Supporter

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    Second only to Abercrombie and American Eagle in terms of beautiful high end casual wear. The Old Navy logo hoodies are particularly divine. The beauty of the Phillipino machine stitching and elegance of the wide box cut fit are just, without words.
     
  5. horseracing

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    LOL!
     
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    old navy is good as disposable clothing. i usually buy a few pairs of their throwaway flipflops if im going somewhere crazy and need sandals
     
  7. Dio Seijuro

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    Never bought anything there! I hear the flip flops are good.

    I am not a volume dresser...so place like Old Navy, I just don't feel like the need to go in. I buy a little higher quality stuff, very few of them, and wear all the time for a long time. Launder very little too. Everything that's in my closet gets worn at least once every two weeks unless it's off-season.
     
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  9. Kev07

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    fit on the thermals decent?
     
  10. lim f(x) = f(a)

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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: wtf
     
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    you guys are interesting people
     
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    one of my favorite shirts is from Old Navy :o (but its the only one I own, I swear)
     
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    I bought a thermal for gap bc it was cheap, I bought my normal size (medium) and shit was skin-tight.

    Too lazy to return it, but I have it and I've worn it once in 2 years as an undershirt.
     
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    ive got an old school logo tee that fits perfect. it seems like their shirts now aren't as slim cut
     

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