Old Navy photoshops thigh gap onto plus-size mannequins

Old Navy shoppers leave an Old Navy store in Redwood City, Calif., Thursday, June 5, 2008. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

March 18, 2014 4:11:43 AM PDT
Target just received tons of backlash after photoshopping thigh gaps onto its models, and now Old Navy is accused of doing the same thing.

A pair of plus-size jeans on the retailer's online store has an odd-shaped white space in between the two thighs. After a blogger noticed the obvious photoshopping, they realized that many of the store's photos use the technique.

Old Navy's plus-size jeans are all modeled by mannequins, while Target's photoshop gaffe was on actual female swimwear models. It may not be quite as bad for Old Navy, but it still doesn't bode well for their image.

Jezebel reached out to Old Navy, but the store has not yet issued a response.

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