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06-23-2015 07:54 PM
I, for one, am very pleased that QVC offered these pants.
I never wear crops or capris or anything other than long pants, no matter what the weather. (I do like gauze occasioinally but those I also wear in the full length.)
I do hope the fit like my favorite casual pants of all time. Those are Sport Savvy from years ago in French terry (of which I have 3 pair). They are beginning to wear out. They're perfect for puttering around the house, taking my dog for a very quick walk around the neighborhood, and even sleeping. They are too old, however, to wear to go grocery shopping!
06-23-2015 07:54 PM
I've had them for a month, and while I appreciated them when we had our cold snap a few weeks ago when it was in the 40s and windy there is no way I'd wear them in summer. I basically bought them for lounging around the house this fall and winter when it's cold.
06-23-2015 07:58 PM
When I first saw these I thought no, however I live in Florida and in the fall and winter, I do agility training with my dogs outside at night and it is cool outside. These are perfect for those classes as well as to wear on a weekend to hang around the house, maybe go to the market. I was happy to see them in tall.
Conlt, I wear the ones I have the same way you will wear yours and they really are perfect for that. My dogs like to walk at night with me and we do training exercises so the longer, lighter weight pant like this TS is just right. Enjoy them.
06-23-2015 08:06 PM
06-24-2015 09:14 PM
I know Flower Shop Girl, perfect for exercising with the Dogs. Long enough to help keep the bugs away too. We do agility in the evening from October until May, outside in North Florida. Sometimes it is in the 40's and we have to kind of bundle up in fleece layers to take off as you get hot from running. We are outside from about 5:30 until 7 PM and the Dogs love it. It is also a social hour for me.
06-26-2015 07:52 AM - edited 06-26-2015 07:53 AM
The Q keeps changing to cheaper fabrics especially Quacker Factory, all the new tops are 60% cotton and 40% polyester, UGH, too hot. Natural fibers are preferred, not L:iquid fibers we developed for QVC! Liquid knit is too hot for summer. I live in Oregon and its already in the 90s here. Also too much spandex in tops which makes them too hot for summer and feel heavy and like rubber. 100% cotton is way cooler and comfy. I like Hanna Andersson catalog and outlet store here in Lake Oswego and the retail store downtown Pearl District. They use organic fibers, pima cotton, NO spandex or polyester.
06-27-2015 08:07 PM
I bought more than one color-all placed in the same order, I received one today ( in a bag) and they are all going straight back when I get the rest. They are too big-didn't match the size chart. They are too hot, for almost anytime in Fl and the pockets stick out right and just add bulk to the stomach. They are a thinner sweat pant, nothing special at all and certainty not worth $27 each.
The reason I stopped ordering more than one TSV, even though they were all ordered together and could have easily been put in one box ( LIKE HSN DOE"S) QVC shipped each one in separate bags and now I have to wait for the other four to come to return them. YES I am returning them in one box!
06-27-2015 08:10 PM
I am talking about the D&C TSV.
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