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If I’m going to a store, I’m running in to pick something up, I’m not actually going to shop.
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I guess not as I purchased 3 sets of PJ's for my husband, 1 set for one SIL and another set for the other SIL, a set for my son, a set for each daughter along with a set for my DIL. Oops, I also bought a nightgown for my daughter. Oh ya, and 2 PJ sets for ME. And by the way, most were requested by the recipients. I got super soft comfy ones. I know they all will love them.

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@fitfuninformed wrote:

Just another sad commentary on society and yes, I am tired of seeing all the pj's and loungewear. Maybe if more people wore structured clothing with fitted waistlines it may help ones' overall health.


WOW!!  Does the medical profession know this?!!!!!

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They do seem to be pushing a lot of PJs lately. It doesn't annoy me because I just don't buy it, but I do find it amusing that they keep suggesting we wear it out to run errands or even "dress it up" for a night out. Uh, no thanks.

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@fitfuninformed wrote:
Just another sad commentary on society and yes, I am tired of seeing all the pj's and loungewear. Maybe if more people wore structured clothing with fitted waistlines it may help ones' overall health.

 

Omg!  So funny.  This definitely wins the silliest post of the day prize.







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@Hazelfaye

 

I don't buy or wear that stuff.  

 

What I've noticed about most of the PJs and loungewear is that the patterns don't match on most of the prints.  

 

Just awful looking!  If I did wear it - I wouldn't buy it from QVC.

 

 

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@cjm61 Can you add me to your list...LOL... my son always ask me... Mom what can I get you for Christmas and I always tell him PJs... I love getting them as a gift.  I don't wear them out of the house that is not for me...but to each their own.  However, there are days in the cold winter that I keep them on all day.

 

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@Effie54 I must be the weird one,but if I could live in my jams I would!I have several pair and enjoy wearing them.of course I don't wear in public,but I will throw a coat over them and go out to the mailbox

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@ALRATIBA wrote:

@Hazelfaye

 

I don't buy or wear that stuff.  

 

What I've noticed about most of the PJs and loungewear is that the patterns don't match on most of the prints.  

 

Just awful looking!  If I did wear it - I wouldn't buy it from QVC.

 

 


You are correct about the patterns not matching, but that's not easy to find in PJs anywhere. Besides, I am slightly (just slightly!) less picky about that in something like PJs, which others don't really see.

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@Effie54, bet that was when they had all the beautiful Victor Costa evening wear! Evening Enchantment: what other designers were featured, do you remember? Not sure Bob Mackie was selling evening wear on QVC then. Feel free to refresh my memory. My, do I miss dressing up.