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@Midmod. I couldn't sleep the other night; while flipping thru channels I discovered this woman.  Her clothing looks lovely and is designed for real women.  I found Marla to be so genuine and entertaining!!!  So refreshing to see a designer who makes clothing for all of us at an affordable price point.  

 

I look forward to her future shows.

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I buy here things on clearance.  Great quality and I love her styles.  I did buy yhe TSV jeans.

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@chrystaltree

I also only buy on clearance. I didn't know that she had a TS until I read it on these boards. I hope you all will give a review when you get them. What was the TS price point? They were pull on right? That's the kind I like; mostly I wear Democracy jeans
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@grandma r

Right now is a good time to check out the clearance on her items. She also sells a line of jewelry (it's bold)
and a few handbags as well.
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@Midmod @I will let you know! I hoping they work out!  What I really liked about her items is they show a wide range of bodies types and sizes. That is so helpful to me! So many times I have seen something I thought ok, I want that and then see it on another model that looks like me and I thought....uh no! Lol

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@Franklinbell

I totally agree with. It's very useful
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@Franklinbell. So true.  Seeing clothing modeled in actual sizes is so nice.  I appreciated that when a model was asked if she was wearing a 2x she said "no, I wear a 3x".  Marla stated that she was wearing a size 12; that she could probably wear a 10, but, the 12 looks better.

 

How refreshing!!!!  Imo, doesn't matter how expensive an item is, if it's too tight it looks light a sausage casing.  So tired of so many claiming to wear xxs.

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@Midmod wrote:
@newnickname 4

I will admit to not having bought any of her bottoms yet. I'm short and hippy and have to try on bottoms more often than not. So I haven't wanted to pay to try on her bottoms yet. If I could find a pair that I knew bu looking at them would be flattering to my shape ie, material, fit, length with a high probability of my keeping them, I will be brave and order 👍

I am also short 5'1" short legs, long body.  I am an apple figure and I buy Marla's ankle pants.  They come down to my ankles and are not too tight, unless I order them too small.  I like the way they fit and they look very good.

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I so agree with you.  I was in disbelief when the model corrected Marla by stating she was actually in a larger size.  I'm used to people claiming to be in a xxxsmall garment, even though my tv screen tells me that they're at the very least wearing a medium, even if the screen adds 10 lbs.  I hate that hosts and models feel forced or shamed into lying about their actual size.  Curves are beautiful, embrace them.  Also, the same goes for lean and slender bodies. 

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MW does create beautiful clothing but she's out of my pricve range especially now that I don't work anymore as well. 

 

I watched some of her morning show yesterday, she's a bit too loud for me, over-powering too.