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Has Susan Gravers Clothes increased in price...I know everything is going up but her clothes I thought were reasonable in price but now they seem to be getting up there with LOGO

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@josie wrote:

Has Susan Gravers Clothes increased in price...I know everything is going up but her clothes I thought were reasonable in price but now they seem to be getting up there with LOGO


It's not just Susan Graver but most of the brands are raising their prices. I am guessing, to make the purchase affordable, this is why all of the easy pay and flex pays are being offered.

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The average woman who watches here no longer can buy an outfit under $75-$100+. If you pick up a top and a bottom in SG line you've topped or exceeded the century mark. I suppose if you still work you could do this - maybe.

 

D&Co is probably the only line here for a top and a bottom that you can maybe stay at the $75 mark. Even that's pricey even if you no longer work/fixed income thing.

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 You must be a mind reader cause I was thinking the same thing this morning and wondered is anyone else out there thinking this ?  I love the liquid knit but rarely buy due to the cost.

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Check out today's LTS--all SG.  I never buy her items at full price.

 

 

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And the quality of Denim & Co has gone downhill. Too much perfect jersey and french terry. Who wants to buy an item and have it shrink or stretch after one wash?

I look but buy very little because returns are too costly.

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Watched Leah this morning.  They sold a cotton blouse from Joan Rivers.

 

$60.

 

Nope.

 

 

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@Deeva wrote:

And the quality of Denim & Co has gone downhill. Too much perfect jersey and french terry. Who wants to buy an item and have it shrink or stretch after one wash?

I look but buy very little because returns are too costly.


Do perfect jersey and french terry shrink and stretch after one wash? That wasn't my impression.

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@jonbon wrote:

@Deeva wrote:

And the quality of Denim & Co has gone downhill. Too much perfect jersey and french terry. Who wants to buy an item and have it shrink or stretch after one wash?

I look but buy very little because returns are too costly.


Do perfect jersey and french terry shrink and stretch after one wash? That wasn't my impression.


I have some of both those fabrics & they wash wonderfully well.

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If you shop sales you can still do quite well