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Has anyone tried her jeans, especially the ones on today (12/21)?

 

I'm between a 2 and 4 on the measurements....and wonder if a 4 would work since that's all they have left.

 

TIA Cat Happy

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Last year I ordered several colors of her French Terry Puffed Sleeve Sweatshirts A462093, the length was just right on me, don't care for shirts that are too long.

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The jeans I asked about earlier have sold out in any size I could wear.  So I saved money. Cat Happy

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I agree too short, I can tell how they fit on any of the taller models. They are just too shy on them.  The same for LOGO, they also looked too short on the models. That's OK I just pass. 

 

I'm 5'9, and I know I'm not going to find every top long enough, but there are enough to tunics on QVC that work beautifully. I especially like Isaac Mizrahi for longer tops. 

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Love her clothes!!
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I like her t-shirts because of the length.  But nothing else of her's interests me. 

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Re: Candace Cameron Bure

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I like her line and her aesthetic-beachy, sporty & romantic feminine, young but not childish.

I also like the sizing, and the proportion of it, as I'm a size 2/4, 5'11/2 and often regular Q clothing is oversized tunics or boxy tops all of similar style, ala Quacker, D&C, Belle. I felt, especially at first, that CCB brought a fresh look. 

 

My only complaint is as she's been here a while, like with all Q vendor brands...eventually they make them pretty "Q generic" and start dumbing it down to the "Q-look" echoing all other brands to fit certain same categories.

I bought more two years ago, and haven't bought anything of hers lately, as nothing has stood out to me. Also the prices, like with everything got pretty high, and I found I could buy similar type clothing elsewhere, like LOFT, Amazon etc...with same materials and styles, much better prices, sales and shipping/returns.

 

I wish they'd keep the line and bring back more things like she had when she started. Maybe it's been a supply thing too lately, I don't know. Wish THAT tired euphemism could be retired, and  "old normal" would come back!

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Wow!  Her jeans are very expensive.  #A518430 are $101.85

 

I had been looking for a pair of jeans in that ecru or ivory color.  I bought a pair at Talbots, slim leg, ankle length for $46 on sale.  

 

 

 

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I bought a pair of her jeans that were supposed to be above the waist.  They were not on me.  They fit me in a very odd way.  The waist hit me in a spot that was uncomfortable.  Later in the day, I was experiencing major pain from the jeans and had to take Advil when I got home from work.  I have not worn the jeans since.  Even though I am short, I am not thin.  Her clothes are definitely not for me.  

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@pugsmom wrote:

I bought a pair of her jeans that were supposed to be above the waist.  They were not on me.  They fit me in a very odd way.  The waist hit me in a spot that was uncomfortable.  Later in the day, I was experiencing major pain from the jeans and had to take Advil when I got home from work.  I have not worn the jeans since.  Even though I am short, I am not thin.  Her clothes are definitely not for me.  


How was the fit?  Too tight?  Were they too short in the crotch area for you?  I'm only asking cause I'm wondering how they caused such pain that you had to take Advil.