7-year-old asks Old Navy for real pockets, and the retailer responds
Posted April 8, 2021 7:39 a.m. EDT
Retail giant Old Navy is taking advice from a seven-year-old who has to be one of the world's youngest fashion critics.
As part of a class assignment on how to write persuasive letters, Kamryn Gardner wrote one to Old Navy about girls' jeans.
The little girl from Bentonville, Arkansas, was annoyed that the front pockets on kids' jeans were fake. She wrote to the retailer saying she'd like to have real pockets in Old Navy's kids' jeans because she'd like to put her hand in her pockets.
Old Navy liked the idea and wrote her a thank you note.
They even sent Gardner four pairs of jeans and jean shorts with real pockets.