For some reason I took it as a challenge…

“Clothes and manners do not make the man; but, when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.” - Henry Ward Beecher

“Clothes and manners do not make the man; but, when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.” – Henry Ward Beecher

I got this comment from my buddy Pat on the Abercrombie post last week.

“I find Old Navy has a vast selection of XXL and XXXL, but what they have in quantity, I must admit they lack in quality. It’s hard to dress to impress if you’re buying a garbage bag full of clothes for $60.00!”

 For some reason I took it as a challenge… it probably has a lot to do with being bored yesterday.

I thought to myself, I bet I can find some good stuff at Old Navy.

I think I can put together two outstanding Old Navy outfits for around $100 (Canadian).

Yes. Challenge accepted!

Okay, there wasn’t really a challenge but here is what I found anyway:

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  Wool-Blend Shawl Cardigans – $28

Regular-Fit Roll-Sleeve Shirts – $19

Premium Slim-Fit Jeans – $29

Snorkel-Hood Canvas Jackets – $43

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Shawl-Collar Fleece Jackets – $19

Oxford Chest-Pocket Shirt – $20

Slim-Fit Jeans – $25

Wool-Blend Peacoat – $52

Important Note:

Fit is always important. Although Old Navy has a wide selection for bigger guys, their clothes won’t fit all body types the same. You will need to spend a bit on alterations if you have the same problems with buying clothes off the rack as I do. Add $20 to $30 to account for a bit of tailoring.

You don’t have to be a millionaire to dress like a million bucks.

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