Are you kidding me, "no one is going to think you only spent $50.00 on this", NO they would think It was more like $20.00. well my impression of liz lange is not good, in fact is this a joke. we are not "girls" and we want wearable elegant durbale classy looking clothing. How many $50.00 mistakes do you think we can throw out? This is just one junky look after another, from the shos to the bags to th e sweaters, its a junkfest. Rename HSN JFS junk fest shopping!!!!
I am so much with you; I hate this cheap glitter too. I am also looking for more settled clothing; including nice lenght dresses and skirts. Are we going to be totally ignored? HSN used to cater to more tastes than skinny teenagers or ladies liking glitter and shine.
Just for some conversation purposes, I remember when I was young and gazed at the clothing of the movie stars I dreamed of having something in sequins. I now now what sequins ar made of even for the rich While I do agree it seems absurd for a nation that wears jeans and sweats most of the time to be showing all this bling, not just from one designer, but many.
I guess I think that this top is a bit better than the rest. I like it. Its not over the top and I can see where it might make you look a bit thinner. I have no where to wear it so of course didn't buy it, but I satisfied my desire for the bling with the hat. I think its fun. I think most of their clothing is overpriced.
I feel the way most of you with the jewelry that they show, Total junk. But if you meet an old women with a blue sequinned hat, its me. Stop to say hello.
Even worse are the trench this designer is showing. They make all of the models look huge.....practically expectant, if you get my drift. Who is this woman? Never heard of her! And yes, I quickly changed the channel!
Last night, rather yesterday morning, i was watching Helen Kearney and she said that she was wearing a extra small tank by liz lange. Is she really that small? To me she doesn't in no way shape or form look like a extra small top. If that is the case, what size is Rachel Huber?
tomato22 enjoy your blue sequinned hat. I have nothing against other people clothes; I just can not find nothing for myself anymore. I am 65 years old, still working in a very conservative office and I love or rather used to love buing clothes from HSN. I still enjoy Barr and Barr handbags because they are classy and elegant; as for Falchi and his last TS; oh no, IMO it was jus ugly and expensive. Anyway; I do not like glitter, but thats just me; if somebody else does, good for them because this is last trend everywhere. I wold never buy many of Diane Gilman
designs but I do have two pairs of her jeans (bootcut) and enjoy them. I think it would be a funny post about brands or designers or products you would never buy, ladies, what do you think?
Yes the sizing is so funny. The heavy woman in the blue todays special was asked by the designer. Is your size a 3 x? The model replied no, this is an extra large. You gotta be kidding. Helen Kenny, the same. Don't get me wrong, I really like that they show average size woman(all sizes), but they have changed the sizing so we ladies feel better.
At any rate, I would like to bring up another point. How can the hosts aND designer keep telling us we can wear all that blingy items with jeans. They also do it with jewelry. No matter the item, you can wear it with jeans.I think they sound not only stupid, but they show in order to sell something they will say anything. So I'm going up to Walmart now in my sequined jacket and jeans and my Vicoria Wieck 7 ct absolute. So funny.
I watched Barr and Barr last night. She was my favorite designer on HSN. I missed a clearance bag, as I was buying so much other stuff, I had to stop somewhere. I was disappointed , not by the design, but by the size. Are we now carrying luggage where ever we go. The handbags, are no longer handbags, but luggage for vacations. I guess if we feel like running away, we have the luggage to run.
Yes, lets talk designer. Libby Edelman's last nights leggings. I say stick to shoes. Just my 2 cents.