Old Navy is always a good place to shop. I love their children's section! The clothes aren't the best quality, and they don't last very long, but they are super cute and great prices. If you are looking for casual wear, this is the store for you. They also have amazing sales going on all the time, and offer great e-mail discounts.
Buying stuff on sale would be worth it. Like really, get your money's worth.
Old Navy is the most hip and cool store for kids! They have bright and fun colours and clothes are extremely well made! For myself as an adult female i love the sweaters but i find the bottoms are either to short or to wide in the hip area. I wish we had an old navy here the closest one to me is about a half hour drive!
you want quality clothing at a great price then look no further.
I've been shopping here since I was little and though its not the trendiest store, I still love it. There's lots of basic-y yet cute pieces. For example I recently got a patterned tank top with some ruffles on it and a pleated skirt. Not necessarily trend-setter but definitely cute. I love the prices and the added bonus is they always have some sort of sale going on. It's also a very family friendly store so I can go with my parents and siblings and we'll all have something to look forward to :)
I am always on the hunt for something new to add to my wardrobe and I find I can do that when I shop at Old Navy. The clothes are a good price, there are always excellent sales with coupons and extra discounts so I never have to spend a lot. The quality is comparable to many other retail stores. I would rather buy it at Old Navy where it is more then half the price somewhere else. I also like the freedom to browse around without being bothered too much.
This is a great place if you want clothes that you're going to replace in a few months.
The quality of their clothes is seriously terrible, it's great for clothes you don't really care about. On the plus side they are also super cheap, I replace my wife beaters all the time during their $2 sales. The only item that has really lasted me are their flip flops which I also bought for $2.
Basically you're getting what you pay for. Cheap shirts means you'll get little holes in them within a few washes.
My boyfriend (despite hating the fact there is always clothes on the ground) has had more success then me. He has a few basic sweaters that have manage to hold up decently and he bought a few shorts this past summer that the fabric felt quite sturdy.
I do like their online store, they always have these ridiculous discounts (sometimes miss prices) like khaki pants for $5 or something. Also no problems returning something in store, massive plus since some places treat it like you're trying to rob them when you try and return online stuff despite what their return policy says.
I find Old Navy stores to be cluttered, messy and lacking service. Unless there is an amazing deal on a staple (like T-shirts) I can't be bothered to fight my way through the store.
As far as this store is concerned, you get what you pay for.
I love shopping for non-expensive swimwear just before the summer season, and sweaters just before the cold hits in the winter.
Their lines are always trendy and affordable and easily matched to complete any outfit.
I wouldn't say the quality is the best out there, but as long as you take care of your clothing, you'll hang on to them for as long as you like.
I rarely go into an old navy but I do purchase clothing online - only when on sale. I do like the children's line at Old Navy but once again I will only purchase when on sale. The quality is good and I because we don't have one in the town that I live I like that not everyone will have the same clothes. I will keep buying clothes from Old Navy.
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