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What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

I'd like to go to shifts, the dresses for around the home, with no set waistline belt, unless you want it.  Not the big floral mumu type of dress, but a shift.  I like the shirtwaist ones that I havent's seen around in awhile too.

 

What would you like to see for sale on here?

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

I don't wear dresses anytime, anywhere. I wouldn't buy my clothes from QVC but what I've seen is fine. I want jeans, shorts and tees. 

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?


@Meowingkitty wrote:

I don't wear dresses anytime, anywhere. I wouldn't buy my clothes from QVC but what I've seen is fine. I want jeans, shorts and tees. 


@Meowingkitty   Me, too.    Last time I wore a dress was when I got married in 1974.......and even that was a two-piece "jacket dress".......or "ensemble" as they were sometimes called.

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

Beautiful leather belts and competitve shoe pices.

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

 Cute jumpsuits-that aren't basic black.

Fitted nice quality sweaters for Fall/Winter

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

Nice basic slacks.  Pull on ones with a nice flat elastic.  Or ones with a zipper on the side.  No pockets.  A heavy knit type material --- one which doesn't cling or pill or need ironing.  I would like these in regular and crop styles.  Basic colors.  Ones you could wear at any time and with anything!

 

Some really cute tops with 3/4 sleeves.  So many times tops are cute but they often are short sleeves or sleevless.  A lot of the 3/4 sleeve tops are just very blah.  Also, make these tops so that they cover the hip but not be a tunic length.  Something in between.

I tend to wear 3/4 sleeves more than anything else these days.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

a lot more up to date jeans!

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

I prefer to inspect and try on clothing before I buy it, so I don't order clothing from QVC.  What I'm looking for now:  lightweight jackets to wear with my skinny jeans, t-shirts and white button-up blouses this fall.  Blazers, jean jackets, bomber jackets in lightweight fabrics.  I saw a blue silk bomber jacket last year that I wish I'd bought - drats!

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

Stylish winter outerwear. 

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Re: What sort of outfit, or article of clothing would you like to see?

 

QualityGal wrote:

I'd like to go to shifts, the dresses for around the home, with no set waistline belt, unless you want it.  Not the big floral mumu type of dress, but a shift.  I like the shirtwaist ones that I havent's seen around in awhile too.

 

What would you like to see for sale on here?



@qualitygal

 

Years ago, both the original Citiknit and SG liquid knit had tank style dresses that fit your description.  I don't have the Citiknits number. This is the SG #: A221423.

 

I still have them and they are now my around-the-house dresses.  They last forever, never fade.  Actually - they are still presentable enough to wear outside the house!