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They used that previously, before the current.

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I like the new "ON" logo by itself, but as a rebrand of Old Navy, it doesn't work for me. Reminds me more of like a tech company or something. Plus, being able to actually pronounce "ON" (instead of like a consonants-only initials) gives off the impression that it's a totally different store.

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They used that previously, before the current.

old-navylogo.gif

I like the new "ON" logo by itself, but as a rebrand of Old Navy, it doesn't work for me. Reminds me more of like a tech company or something. Plus, being able to actually pronounce "ON" (instead of like a consonants-only initials) gives off the impression that it's a totally different store.

Reminds me of this...

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They seem to be regressing. Last couple of years, they were going for more the fashionable style clothes. Now, they're back to their original premise, low-priced crapwear (i.e. ill fitted jeans and polos).
Yeah. I used to shop there pretty frequently (on account of them being really close by), but then it seemed like they changed their clothes sizing. Now I can't find anything that fits quite right.
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They seem to be regressing. Last couple of years, they were going for more the fashionable style clothes. Now, they're back to their original premise, low-priced crapwear (i.e. ill fitted jeans and polos).
Yeah. I used to shop there pretty frequently (on account of them being really close by), but then it seemed like they changed their clothes sizing. Now I can't find anything that fits quite right.

Their shirts are thin now, fit tighter and sleeves are shorter, I miss buyin shirts at old navy.

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They seem to be regressing. Last couple of years, they were going for more the fashionable style clothes. Now, they're back to their original premise, low-priced crapwear (i.e. ill fitted jeans and polos).
Yeah. I used to shop there pretty frequently (on account of them being really close by), but then it seemed like they changed their clothes sizing. Now I can't find anything that fits quite right.

Their shirts are thin now, fit tighter and sleeves are shorter, I miss buyin shirts at old navy.

Really now? Last time I shopped there (and it's been a couple of years now that I think about it), I remember their clothes were kinda loose and baggy. Might just be the way they specify their sizes though. Seems like a medium there would really be a large anywhere else.
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They seem to be regressing. Last couple of years, they were going for more the fashionable style clothes. Now, they're back to their original premise, low-priced crapwear (i.e. ill fitted jeans and polos).
Yeah. I used to shop there pretty frequently (on account of them being really close by), but then it seemed like they changed their clothes sizing. Now I can't find anything that fits quite right.

Their shirts are thin now, fit tighter and sleeves are shorter, I miss buyin shirts at old navy.

Time to hit the gym, dough boy...

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I was just in Old Navy on Monday, and everything(meaning shirt tags and whatnot) had the old oval logo.

Actually, as a chunky fella, I prefer the new fit of old navy's stuff. Before, an XL was definitely wide enough(probably too wide), but too short. I felt like I was wearing a football jersey from the 80s. Now, an XL seems like a legit shirt. It's not too tight that I'm showing off my awesome cheesesteak-and-beer-produced physique.

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