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Those days are long gone.  Those were the days when we were silk dresses, bandelino pumps and stockings to work.  Today everyone is either hybrid or completely virtual.  The environment is completely casual.  QVC had to adjust to the new way people live and dress.

 

 

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@Group 5 minus 1 

 

I've been watching since 1989.  Yes, I remember the elegance of certain shows.  I particularly remember Joan Rivers, usually with Kathy, in her signature black skirt and she'd have a silk scarf draped over her knees.  

 

I dressed like that back then for work and couldn't wait to take it off when I got home.  I was so thankful to dress more casually at work.  

 

Not interested in pajamas,  but they must sell like hotcakes because it seems they work them into every show.

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Yes, I remember they used to dress that way - and men in suit and ties. They looked professional.

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Gives a new definition to the term "evening wear"...

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@Group 5 minus 1 wrote:

Those that are replying negatively to my post maybe newer cutomers and don't remember those long ago days that are long gone. I am sorry that I upset you all.


 

I'm not new and I do remember

 

I'm not upset, I just don't care what they wear!

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I remember too, when the hosts used to wear costumes on silver or gold day complete with long dresses and bonnets.  There were stage coaches in the background and all types of Wild West props.

 

I really don't care what anyone wears.  Time marches on and things change.

 

 

 

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Now it's going too far! I just received an email from Olive Garden and they are selling PJ's for the family. When will it end?

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@Blondie2022 wrote:

Those days are long gone.  Those were the days when we were silk dresses, bandelino pumps and stockings to work.  Today everyone is either hybrid or completely virtual.  The environment is completely casual.  QVC had to adjust to the new way people live and dress.

 

 


Not everywhere.  Things are back to normal where I am.  We dress up in the office.  Always have.  I like that.  I don't ever want to look sloppy.  I have a lot of clothes and I like to wear them and feel proud of how I look.

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@walkingal wrote:

@Group 5 minus 1  Sadly, those days are long gone.  It's the age of sloppiness.  



Foreigners laugh at American "fashion" standards.  How far we have fallen since the 1950s and 60s.  

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@santorini wrote:

@Blondie2022 wrote:

Those days are long gone.  Those were the days when we were silk dresses, bandelino pumps and stockings to work.  Today everyone is either hybrid or completely virtual.  The environment is completely casual.  QVC had to adjust to the new way people live and dress.

 

 


Not everywhere.  Things are back to normal where I am.  We dress up in the office.  Always have.  I like that.  I don't ever want to look sloppy.  I have a lot of clothes and I like to wear them and feel proud of how I look.


@santoriniThat's the operative word.........proud, pride in how you come across to others and pride in yourself!