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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17

'Not to side-track this thread'...........but:

 

Lots of new items on D&Co. hosted by Mary Beth.

 

Check out on recently shown items: 

 

A351580  new midi dress.  $38.50

 

A351563  beautiful floral and dot blouse.  $44.

 

Great D&Co. show, imo.

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17

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I like the TSV, but I would have preferred an ombré effect instead of the stark white at the bottom.  But it’s still a very cute top.

 

Also, where I live, Spring weather lasts for all of 5 to 7 days.  When we get out of the 40’s, it’ll be 75 - 80 in a heartbeat.  I have no need for long sleeve, crew neck, French Terry right now no matter how cute it is.  The colors aren’t what I’d wear in the Fall if I kept it until then. 

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17

@Kachina624  I hear you, LOL!  But I'm in NYC and the only time I regret longer sleeves in the summer is while I'm on a subway platform.  THEY are insufferable.  

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17

I might have considered it but there's no petite sizes.Woman Tongue

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17

I don't care for it.  I don't like dip dye anyway but why in the world did they put the lightest color at the belly and hip.  And why do they have a two inch hem?  Looks sloppy on the models.

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17

I prefer not to have white around my bottom as that is where I carry my weight. Very pretty top though. Love ombre!

 

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17


@haddon9 wrote:

I like dip dye tops but I don't like how this one goes to white.  I wish it just went to a lighter version of the color...a more subtle look.  The white is too stark for me.


I just don't like this at all. I'd have that white stained up quicker than I could bat an eyelash. And the white would accentuate what is already too big on my anyhow.

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17

Ditto for me. Plus it looks like it’s going to wrinkle easily.

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17


@SilleeMee wrote:

I might have considered it but there's no petite sizes.Woman Tongue


I agree.  I think it is cute and an would wear it at night on a boat. It's usually chilly on the water,

 

But, QVC clothing does not fit me well.  I have a history of returning clothing, so I gave up.

 

I wish they would bring it back in petite sizes and add purple and black.

 

 

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Re: French Terry Dip by D&Co 3/17


@Monamar wrote:

Ditto for me. Plus it looks like it’s going to wrinkle easily.


I have a lot of cotton French terry, it doesn't wrinkle.  Cotton knits don't wrinkle like woven cotton.