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CCB - Summer TSV shirt + Big Deal dress

I have 2 of these tops in my cart - trying to decide on colors $40

 

Petite = A478499

 

A478498

Candace Cameron Bure Regular Linen Blend Button- Front Shirt

 

 
 
 

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Re: CCB - Summer TSV shirt + Big Deal dress

Pretty colors!

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Big Deal - 6 vibrant colors $40

 

Petite =  A488157

 

A488156

Candace Cameron Bure Sunkissed Regular Midi T-Shirt Dress

 

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Re: CCB - Summer TSV shirt + Big Deal dress

the colors the two models are wearing, are the ones i like 

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Cute Jeans! $70 White + 3 blue washes

 

A488180

Candace Cameron Bure Regular Destructed Flare Jeans 

 

 

A495946

Candace Cameron Bure Regular Destructed Flare Jeans


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That turquoise shirt is calling my name!  

I have not bought any clothes from QVC in many years, but I may cave on this one!

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That turquoise shirt is calling my name!  

I have not bought any clothes from QVC in many years, but I may cave on this one!

 

From the garment measurements I think I need a small, but I wear a medium in Talbots shirts. 

Do her garments run larger?

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@4kitties wrote:

That turquoise shirt is calling my name!  

I have not bought any clothes from QVC in many years, but I may cave on this one!


@4kitties  Neither have I, but also like that shirt.

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@4kitties wrote:

That turquoise shirt is calling my name!  

I have not bought any clothes from QVC in many years, but I may cave on this one!


Such a pretty color!

 

It's woven but it also appears to be generously sized. I thought I might need to size up, but the bust for size small = 43"

 

  • Fabrication: woven
  • Features: button-front closure, long sleeves with button cuff, collar, left chest pocket
  • Fit: semi-fitted; follows the lines of the body with added wearing ease
  • Length: missy length 26-1/2" to 28-5/8"; plus length 29" to 32-1/2"
  • Content: 53% linen/47% viscose
  • Care: machine wash, tumble dry
  • Imported

Garment Chart:

 

Description XXXS XXS XS S M L XL

Front Body Length from HPS26.2526.526.752727.37527.87528.625
Chest Circ Garment Folded, 1" Below A/H - Straight3739414345.548.552.5

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Re: CCB - Summer TSV shirt + Big Deal dress


@4kitties wrote:

That turquoise shirt is calling my name!  

I have not bought any clothes from QVC in many years, but I may cave on this one!

 

From the garment measurements I think I need a small, but I wear a medium in Talbots shirts. 

Do her garments run larger?


@4kitties  - I order based on the garment sizing. The TSV shirt appears to be generously sized. I'm going to stay with my usual Q size 


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