Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
I live in Manitoba, Canada and here we only have Addition Elle & Penningtons that have plus size clothes up to about 5X. Reitmans and Cotton Ginny have some plus size, but I doubt it goes up to 5x. I love Addition Elle, but it is on the expensive side. I usually shop their sale rack...anyways our Old Navy here wouldn't even dream about a plus size section. I still have shopped there, just not for myself (just for my husband, daughter and son). I had to order my plus size maternity clothes from the States, b/c apparently in Canada, fat people don't get pregnant....geez, just think of the money stores could make if they catered to ALL sizes...
Don't need no steeenking search..
I keep a list of links to commonly asked questions and their answers on my machine..
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This is so disappointing. I really liked their things. I wonder if the line just didn't make enough money for the company?..
We should have known just by their commercials. I've never seen anyone that weighs more than 90 pounds in a single commercial of theirs!!! The commercials are cute! Don't get me wrong!!! But it is always a bunch of little bony people.
And prancing around in what has got to be size 0 clothing!!!..
Post them alan and ask the powers that be to make it a sticky post...
Maybe I will. But I'll have to clean it up first, it's in kind of a shorthand which would be meaningful only to me right now...
It would have been different if that hadn't HAD a plus size section! I got used to going there and being able to find a shirt or a cute pair of pants, what teases they are. And then to off on-line only. please. I just wish it was easier to find decent clothes at decent prices. I have been pretty fed up retailly (ok, that isn't a word, but I like it!) lately anyway, and this incident was just the last straw. Anyway, thanks for all the comments, at least I know I am not alone in my frustration with plus sized clothing stores. = )..
They want to cater to the anorexic Barbies. That's why they're doing it...
I just created my category tree and keep getting leading N's on the storefront:.
Etc.. and then it displays the categories. This happens in main and sub cats..
Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong? Thanks!..
Actually, none of the Old Navy stores I've ever shopped at have ever had a plus-size sectionI thought you always could only get plus-sizes online! Who knew?!.
As best I can tell from what I've read online about this, they'll still be carrying their regular stuff through size 20 in the stores. This covers what I wear, but I am annoyed at their decision about their plus-size line. Though it makes me sad to boycott where literally half my clothes come from, I'm with you guys!..
Thanks, I did a search of the forums, but must have been putting in the wrong keywords!..
It really is sad, and it may very well be a financial decision, but the plus size sections were teeny, tiny and not taking up very much space. Why can't we have that little itty bitty space? Why do we have to pay the extra for the shipping?..
I hate to hear that. But there is a store where I live called Steve and Barry's and it is identical to old navy. They have plus size clothes and they are cheaper than old navy. I don't think they have a web site but they have stores all over the east coast...
Here is the address for OLD NAVY's customer service if anyone is interested. I got an email from them this morning offering FREE shipping for orders over $75 bucks. I wasn't pleased. = )..