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Re: Most Buzzworthy from the home page ..... Is it just me? .....

Okay,  I saw the video.  but, while it does look better in the video, it looks like a beach cover-up to me.  

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Re: Most Buzzworthy from the home page ..... Is it just me? .....

I'm surprised that's Vince Camuto too. I love VC clothing. Haven't watched the video but in that photo it's the belt plus bottom seam that looks like a dropped waist. So it's a "two waisted" effect that's not flattering at all.

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Re: Most Buzzworthy from the home page ..... Is it just me? .....

@greeneyedlady 

Keep in mind that while the label says VC many pieces are 'exclusive' which really means 'designed by the Buyer(s)'

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Re: Most Buzzworthy from the home page ..... Is it just me? .....

Very Pollyanna.

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Re: Most Buzzworthy from the home page ..... Is it just me? .....


@Andreatoo wrote:

@greeneyedlady 

Keep in mind that while the label says VC many pieces are 'exclusive' which really means 'designed by the Buyer(s)'


Right, but most lines still have a certain look to them, for the most part. I couldn't necessarily tell you what "real" VC looks like, but this didn't look like "QVC" VC to me. Like I said in a previous post, I thought it was much more in the vein of Du Jour (with the ruffles and the general vibe).

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Re: Most Buzzworthy from the home page ..... Is it just me? .....

Lose the belt and buy a smaller size, put it over some leggings and I’m in.

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I like the yellow color.

 

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