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WHen the  guest said to wear it to work ...I really wondered...really???  Very odd dress, if you can call it that.

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@bargainsgirlDepends what kind of work you do -  I could have worn it where I worked -  although with those side slits, I'm sure the noseybodies would have been working overtime.

 

Amy looked adorable in the red tonight.

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There are certain jobs where the tsv can be worn.  When I see that dress, I think of the islands and summertime.  I don't think it is appropriate for a business office, but there are many places where people can dress casually as long as they look nice.

The next time that I hear salt and ice together, it better be in a margarita!
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@bargainsgirl wrote:

WHen the  guest said to wear it to work ...I really wondered...really???  Very odd dress, if you can call it that.


When i saw her in the early morning show she said it could be worn on the Red Carpet...huh???

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 @kelsey17  Yeah, it really grates my nerves to hear hosts being totally unreasonable with their sensless  babling when pushing an item. I would rather them be honest, have knowlege and integrity.  Much of the time anymore , hosts and sometimes in this case the vendor, really do act like they think the consumer is really stupid. Red carpet. Seiously QVC and Susan? Shame on you. I use to like Susan, she  is really out of control anymore  with the constant hyped up babling.  . But I am sure she is laughing all the way to the bank. 

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so sorry, my bad, I guess that was the GILI line. Same thoughts pertain though no matter who it was.

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The dress wasn’t my taste, but with some espadrilles and a cardigan, it would fit right in where I work. I thought it was fine business casual office wear.
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So truly grateful for those of you who have the the energy and stamina to ruffle up about the comments on a TV selling show.

I thought the dress was cute and sassy and I thought the comments I heard were bubbly and audacious.

After 5 heavy snow storms in a month, it was not a snowblower or crankcase oil or sidewalk melting salt. AND THAT WAS ENOUGH!

Blessings and hugs to all of you who are tap dancing in my shoes today-can’t WAIT to hear host comments about where My Pillow can take me!