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Gauze Tunic and Tank Set - Whaddaya Think?

Started 1367886891.787 in Denim & Co | Last reply 1368091228.023 by Raider Fan

Noticed this new set A232671 and think it's cute.

Have you ever tried Denim & Co. gauze tops? Are they nice?

Denim & Co. Button Front Gauze Tunic with Knit Tank & Tie

~ bird ~

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kimthib1367940761.933889 PostsRegistered 4/1/2006

I'm sorry-but I think it's awful.

ednapsych1367941309.2131269 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

Wow...I don't think that is a good look.

chrystaltr­ee1367941806.511636 PostsRegistered 5/10/2010

It's dated, old fashioned. That style, in gauze is like revisiting 1998.

sugarflake1367942261.6431796 PostsRegistered 6/9/2007

Frump city!

willdob31367942625.5910114 PostsRegistered 10/31/2010

That may just be a really bad picture.

It is a basic shirt style and, without the tie belt, if it was left open with the tank showing it could look OK. It would be nice & cool for hot summer days.

Bird mama1367944059.5279219 PostsRegistered 3/24/2009Michigan
On 5/7/2013 willdob3 said:

That may just be a really bad picture.

It is a basic shirt style and, without the tie belt, if it was left open with the tank showing it could look OK. It would be nice & cool for hot summer days.


It's so basic, clean and simple that for the life of me, I can't see the frumpishness in it {#emotions_dlg.lol}.

Thanks for the responses ladies. If there is anyone out there who can answer my question about the gauze fabric, I'd appreciate reading it.

~ bird ~

Usedtobeox­ox1367944632.73551 PostsRegistered 5/14/2006Third Planet from the Sun

Looks like what i wore in my first job and that was back in 1979

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Yellowbric­krd1367945635.507401 PostsRegistered 1/10/2012

Bird Mama: The gauze "shirt" and T that is a LTS today is a fabulous top - I have two of them already that I layer over other tops for work (I own a small manufacturing business so this attire works in that environment). The gauze is a soft fabric and washes/tumble dries well. I don't feel the same way about the "crochet trim" gauze shirt which I also purchased last year - that one is shapeless and unflattering. Hope this helps.

Puppy Lips1367956165.951365 PostsRegistered 11/19/2009

Be sure you wash it before your 30 days are up. I have read lots of complaints about QVC gauze shrinking so much it no longer fits right.

Bird mama1367970589.329219 PostsRegistered 3/24/2009Michigan

Yellowbrickrd and Puppy Lips - Thanks for the feedback.

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scarlette ­oh1367973618.997233 PostsRegistered 4/27/2013

Awful, dated, and frumpy just like all of the D & C clothing line.

Bird mama1367974884.339219 PostsRegistered 3/24/2009Michigan
On 5/7/2013 scarlette oh said:

Awful, dated, and frumpy just like all of the D & C clothing line.

Now I just have to order it. Thanks for the help Scarlette Oh Smile

~ bird ~

jonbon1367976384.0231631 PostsRegistered 6/23/2006
On 5/7/2013 Puppy Lips said:

Be sure you wash it before your 30 days are up. I have read lots of complaints about QVC gauze shrinking so much it no longer fits right.

This is made of the newer, cotton/poly blend gauze (like the last gauze TSV -- the butterfly sleeve top). I would think shrinkage wouldn't be such an issue with this blended fabric, and the few reviews at which I glanced for the other top mentioned that it washed well.

Isabella 21367976792.194075 PostsRegistered 4/30/2007

I have several D&C gauze tops. They are several years old. I find them to be a heavy fabric and uncomfortable to wear. Maybe the fabrication has changed. I washed these tops several times but it didn't make any difference.

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Raider Fan1368091228.0234411 PostsRegistered 8/11/2009SF Bay Area

I have SG gauze tops that are definitely too thick and heavy. Sorry I bought them. {#emotions_dlg.sad}

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