I think this is a great idea and I forgot to mention it. I myself get clothes from Old Navy online about twice per year in these massively huge orders. I'm not much of a shopper, so getting 10 shirts and 7 pairs of pants all at once is a big deal to me. And since I always buy on clearance, I usually only end up paying around 100 bucks for the whole lot of it. Old Navy has a really easy return procedure, so it's never been a problem for me to order online. Most of what I order from there fits me perfectly, but every now and then something is a little off and needs to be returned. I'm also a big fan of wearing camis and tanks under shirts that might be a little low cut. They provide a lot of security that my girls won't be falling out while I'm leaning over helping a student (oh, the horror...can you even imagine?!?!). Plus they can provide a fun pop of color here and there. I also like when they're a little lower than the bottom hem of my shirt, to help prevent my midriff from showing. I'm a firm believer in the rule that your clothes should cover your midsection at all times, even when stretching your arms way up into the air and bending over all the way. If your shirt comes up or your pants come down, you need to change.