All the mannequins were naked.
At least way too many of them were naked. And the ones who were dressed had their zippers undone and open.
This isn't really a problem when you are in a store, like, say, Victoria's Secret. All of those mannequins are mostly naked anyway. You don't go to Victoria's Secret to buy clothes. You go to Victoria's Secret to buy things to wear under you clothes.
But Old Navy is a family store. The entire family, from infant to grandma, and they are pretty proud of that. So, you would think they would keep their "people" dressed.
This isn't the only example. There were several mannequins which were undressed. And by several I mean at least three and they were all female. All of them.
And isn't it strange that in the line up of mannequins the middle one is naked? Front and center, not even wearing shoes.
I don't think I'm make too big of a deal about these mannequins. Clearly, Old Navy is sending a message.
I'm pretty sure that message is: you don't need to wear clothes, especially ours.