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Does a W-4 match this blazer?

Call it a communications Gap.

Emily Dreyfuss, of Cambridge, Mass., reports that after her fiance ordered a tie and pocket square online from Banana Republic, what came in the mail instead was confidential employee files from Gap Inc., the parent company of Banana Republic. The package included Social Security numbers, salary information and resignation letters.

None of which probably goes with the fiance’s suit.

“I got a queasy feeling and felt like I should stop looking at this,” Dreyfuss — who is actor Richard Dreyfuss’ daughter and works at the tech website CNET — told the Associated Press.

Dreyfuss said she was told by an apologetic Banana Republic employee that the mix-up happened partly because clothing and human resources information go out in the same type of bag.