Dear Gap (and old lady working at the Gap)-
Why can’t you have clothing that is actually true to size? Why do I take a skirt off the rack in my actual size, only to find that it is too big? How can this be? This is my size!
Why when I ask the old woman (who probably had to go back to work because she lost all her $ in the stock market) working about the size discrepancy does she tell me “Yeah, well, that skirt is big. I usually tell people if you’re a size 4, try on a size 2; if you’re a size 2 try on a size 0…and so on.”
Ok, Miss-you-should-probably-actually-be-working-at-JCPenney…what if you’re a size 0? Then, what? I bet you never thought of that! Do you have a size 00, if not in the store, maybe online? What’s that? You don’t? And you want to glare at me because I even suggested it?
So, why is it that when I decided to check your website for my very own self did I find a size 00? Yup, it’s right there. Ha. Well, now I don’t even want it anymore because now
my husband will see me buying it online and I won’t be able to sneak it in from the mall incognito I am mad you, your store, and everyone affiliated with it. Ok, except Banana Republic, they are affiliated with you, and I’m not mad at them, I heart them.
Pissed off consumer who will probably be back to your store, even though I say I won’t
P.S. Here is the skirt in question: