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Back a few months ago there was a TSV tip that was a dip dye top. I bought two of them. I finally wore them recently - to physical therapy .

I washed them today along with some long sleeve Hanes and LandsEnd t-shirts.

The neck band on the D&Co shirts came out of the dryer all distorted / wrinkled. Looks awful. I’m going to try and iron them to see if I can reshape them. Otherwise I’m going to have to alter the neckline.

The other brands look perfect.

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@ALRATIBA That's a shame. I always launder D&C tops on warm wash, cold rinse and dry them on gentle.

 

 

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I don't  even remember a top by that description.  I guess I didn't buy it.

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I remember that TSV of about a year ago.  I didn’t buy one because it was a tunic length but I thought the dip dye was pretty.   That’s disappointing. I haven’t had a neckline do that yet. 

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I wash warm and dry perm press cycle with cool down to prevent dryer wrinkles. Everything else came out fine.

The shirts look awful. I can’t iron/smooth out the necklines. I’lol have to alter before I can wear them again.

Happened to two shirts... not a fluke - a manufacturing issue.
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@ALRATIBA I agree, they were poorly made, no doubt about that.

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@ALRATIBA 

Sorry that happened. Sounds like poor sewing or poor quality material to me. I don’t own that particular top, but I’ve never had a D & Co. top do that. Good luck trying alter the neckline. 

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@ALRATIBA wrote:
@lovemygrands

I wash warm and dry perm press cycle with cool down to prevent dryer wrinkles. Everything else came out fine.

The shirts look awful. I can’t iron/smooth out the necklines. I’lol have to alter before I can wear them again.

Happened to two shirts... not a fluke - a manufacturing issue.

@ALRATIBA 

Do you really love them enough to put the effort into altering the neckline?  I get it if that's the case, but otherwise it would be far better to return.  And since it's a defective product, the return shipping is on QVC. 

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Don't "love" them ... they are only shirts.  But - I can make them 1000 times better by jazzing up the neckline.  And, I thoroughly enjoy the challenge.   

 

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@Shoesnbags wrote:

@ALRATIBA wrote:
@lovemygrands

I wash warm and dry perm press cycle with cool down to prevent dryer wrinkles. Everything else came out fine.

The shirts look awful. I can’t iron/smooth out the necklines. I’lol have to alter before I can wear them again.

Happened to two shirts... not a fluke - a manufacturing issue.

@ALRATIBA 

Do you really love them enough to put the effort into altering the neckline?  I get it if that's the case, but otherwise it would be far better to return.  And since it's a defective product, the return shipping is on QVC.