Red, White, and Blah

Blah is how I felt after trying on my purchases from the Red, White & Blue sale from Old Navy. I had posted on my social media story on what I was picking up. Below are the details.

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Y’all I was so pumped for this shirt!! I couldn’t wait. This is what I was going to wear all summer long. I ordered a large. My package came, and I raced to try it on. I got it and it was too big! I never had a large be too big at Old Navy. It looked like a white tent and the cut out fell right at my boobs. I went to the store to exchange it for a medium, and that was too small. I’m so freaking bummed. I’m going to search for a replacement.

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Again, excited for this dress and the large was too big. As with the top, the medium was too small. So freaking weird! Did they change their sizing???

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While these pieces are matching, I doubt I’ll wear them together. The shorts are everything I wanted them to be. Long enough that everything is covered & light breezy material. They’re great!! The shirt I’m keeping even though it’s a little cropped. I liked the material and love that it has a collar. I got both pieces in a large.

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These 4” inseam tech shorts are a great buy as well. Super light weight and kept dry. Once again the cheeks are covered. These will go into my workout and errand rotation.

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Another shirt I couldn’t wait for! And once again too big. It looked like a maternity shirt once I had it on. So disappointing! Target has a similar shirt that I’m going to check out.

Out six items, I kept three, and they were the ones I was least excited about. Sigh…

Have you ever run into a brand changing sizing and ruining your shopping experience? Can’t wait to hear from you! Love, TC

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