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They just look like pajamas on everyone. Especially the prints....can not get past that....if I bought one AT ALL,  it would be the floral to wear only at home as pajamas but NEVER OUT.

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@Pecky wrote:

Are you serious? Why didn't they post the petites with the others?  I ordered the regular because petites were not available.  I can't even cancel it because they shipped out today.  I'm not a happer camper.


page one of the mods here they are very helpful with this type of issue,

 

and yes this was an oversight on QVC 's part 

 

 

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Wow.....9 AM and sold out in my size PXS in every color.  On waitlist I go.  Very cute on trend look for good price.  Way to go Gary!

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@JCF

Not everyone can afford a seamstress.  Paying a seamstress to alter a pant that costs less than $30. seems a little bizarre. I assume the alterations would cost more than the pants themselves.  Why not just buy clothes offered in petite sizing?

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@CJC wrote:

Wow.....9 AM and sold out in my size PXS in every color.  On waitlist I go.  Very cute on trend look for good price.  Way to go Gary!


@CJC I just checked and PXS is available in navy, black, and coral floral. Check to see if your items moved from waitlist to in process

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Re: D&C Upcoming TSV

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Just saw these on Carolyn Gracie.....not attractive to me.....She said they were not like clown pants, but they certainly did look that way or even pajamas, at least on her....  I had enough of wide-leg pants from yesteryear, I wore them, I made them, I am tired of them in any form or fabric.....  They may be getting popular again and no doubt many will look great in them....

Susan Graver wears wide bell bottom jeans that drag on the floor--so very outdated, sloppy and unattractive in comparison to so many of her classy pieces. 

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I caved. I bought the navy and the blue ikat. Even though I have last years ikat! very comfortable pants.

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@ScarletDove wrote:

Just saw these on Carolyn Gracie.....not attractive to me.....She said they were not like clown pants, but they certainly did look that way or even pajamas, at least on her....  I had enough of wide-leg pants from yesteryear, I wore them, I made them, I am tired of them in any form or fabric.....  They may be getting popular again and no doubt many will look great in them....

Susan Graver wears wide "elephant-leg" jeans that drag on the floor--so very outdated, sloppy and unattractive in comparison to so many of her classy pieces. 


 Wide leg pants are not a good look on heavy women or short women.  They add pounds and make everyone look bigger.  The super thin models can afford an extra 10  pounds  so that is why they get away with wearing these clown style pants.  Carolyn G should not wear them other than perhaps as PJ's when you are not concerned with looking nice.. just comfort.

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Re: D&C Upcoming TSV

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@SeaMaiden wrote:

@ScarletDove wrote:

Just saw these on Carolyn Gracie.....not attractive to me.....She said they were not like clown pants, but they certainly did look that way or even pajamas, at least on her....  I had enough of wide-leg pants from yesteryear, I wore them, I made them, I am tired of them in any form or fabric.....  They may be getting popular again and no doubt many will look great in them....

Susan Graver wears wide bell bottom jeans that drag on the floor--so very outdated, sloppy and unattractive in comparison to so many of her classy pieces. 


 Wide leg pants are not a good look on heavy women or short women.  They add pounds and make everyone look bigger.  The super thin models can afford an extra 10  pounds  so that is why they get away with wearing these clown style pants.  Carolyn G should not wear them other than perhaps as PJ's when you are not concerned with looking nice.. just comfort.


@SeaMaiden  Absolutely spot on, could not have said it any better.  Carolyn wears other clothes that are much more complimentary....these pants do not work on her!

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@ScarletDove wrote:

@SeaMaiden wrote:

@ScarletDove wrote:

Just saw these on Carolyn Gracie.....not attractive to me.....She said they were not like clown pants, but they certainly did look that way or even pajamas, at least on her....  I had enough of wide-leg pants from yesteryear, I wore them, I made them, I am tired of them in any form or fabric.....  They may be getting popular again and no doubt many will look great in them....

Susan Graver wears wide "elephant-leg" jeans that drag on the floor--so very outdated, sloppy and unattractive in comparison to so many of her classy pieces. 


 Wide leg pants are not a good look on heavy women or short women.  They add pounds and make everyone look bigger.  The super thin models can afford an extra 10  pounds  so that is why they get away with wearing these clown style pants.  Carolyn G should not wear them other than perhaps as PJ's when you are not concerned with looking nice.. just comfort.


@SeaMaiden  Absolutely spot on, could not have said it any better.  Carolyn wears other clothes that are much more complimentary....these pants do not work on her!


Everyone has different taste. I think she looks fabulous in this outfit, and it definitely looks appropriate to wear on any casual outing! I don’t like to wear shorts anymore, and this type of loose flowing pants are so cool and comfortable in the hot weather. I am really looking forward to getting the three pair I ordered 🙂