Everybody's Falling Into The GapMaria Shao
Bonnie Kirby doesn't spend much time wondering where to shop. The 53-year-old homemaker spends about $2,000 a year buying clothes for her husband, children, and grandchildren, and she does virtually all of it in one place--The Gap. "The prices are reasonable, and the styles are right on," Kirby explained, as her husband snapped up two $24 polo shirts at San Francisco's Stonestown Galleria. "I think of The Gap as dressing America."
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