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@justashopper wrote:

Haha @Mz iMac 

 

Hi!  I don't know. That's why I am asking.... LOL. 

 

 


@justashopper  Sometimes #1 & sometimes #2.  Depends on the item.  Smiley Tongue

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@QVCkitty1 

 

I have it in the light blue, love it.  Also have it in summer blues, same style but unusual color.  Have it on now.  Enjoy your new gown.

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Most of the time it's #1 - I'll pay more (but there would be a limit. I may need to do without rather than settle if I can't afford it). 

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@QVCkitty1, @mspatmac

Off topic. Sorry.

Pretty nightgowns! Do they wash well, shrink, wrinkle?
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I remember many years ago when I was a young professional I went shopping with my mom for a new skirted suit for work. I found a beautiful one that I loved but felt it was way more than I wanted to spend. My mom encouraged me to get it anyway (she was a bad influence lol) but I opted to wait for a sale. There was only one size 4 on the display rack and my mom told me it wouldn't be there when I came back. She was right, of course, it was gone a few weeks later. My mom was with me again and was sympathetic but told me I shouldn't be surprised. I couldn't stop thinking about it. Well, I found out soon after that she had bought it when she gave it to me for my birthday. So, now, I tend to pay full price for what I want when I see it.

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@LuvSoCal wrote:

I remember many years ago when I was a young professional I went shopping with my mom for a new skirted suit for work. I found a beautiful one that I loved but felt it was way more than I wanted to spend. My mom encouraged me to get it anyway (she was a bad influence lol) but I opted to wait for a sale. There was only one size 4 on the display rack and my mom told me it wouldn't be there when I came back. She was right, of course, it was gone a few weeks later. My mom was with me again and was sympathetic but told me I shouldn't be surprised. I couldn't stop thinking about it. Well, I found out soon after that she had bought it when she gave it to me for my birthday. So, now, I tend to pay full price for what I want when I see it.



@LuvSoCal   That's such a nice memory.  I love that she was the one to buy it for your birthday. 

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It would depend on what it was.  Save 25% on a foundation?  Or 25% on a new car?  I wouldn't save 25% on a foundation.  I'd pay full price for what I wanted.  I'd buy a different car if it meant saving 25%

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@QVCkitty1, @mspatmac

Off topic. Sorry.

Pretty nightgowns! Do they wash well, shrink, wrinkle?

@sugar plum , They are easy care, and I have never experienced shrinking, and this will be my 5th gown bought over a period of years.

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I'm really surprised by all these "get what I want when I want it" answers.  

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When it comes to a lot of things, I'll wait until it goes on sale.  If it gets sold out, I just saved some money.  However, on occasion, there will be something I'm willing to pay full price for, and when I do, it's gonna be something I REALLY want and a quality item.  

 

I am an I want what I want person.  I don't want an approximation of what I want.  I'd rather have nothing than a cheaper approximation of the thing I wanted.