I HEAR THIS TERM USED AS APPLIED TO FASHIONS ON HSN. MAYBE I’M STILL IN THE STONE AGE, BUT WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A “TREND”, “TRENDY” AND “ON-TREND”? DOES ON-TREND MEAN THAT SOMETHING WON’T GO OUT OF STYLE AS QUICKLY AS A TREND IN CLOTHING? SUCH AS THE RUFFLES WE SAW ON A LOT OF THINGS A FEW YRS AGO. (I’M NOT TRYING TO BE SARCASTIC – JUST CURIOUS.) THANK YOU…..
I am glad you stopped by my thread. Glad you like my little sewing projects.:smileyhappy:
Your HSN friend,
Peace and love:)
Maximum allowed off is TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS.
That does nothing for large ticket items, I’m afraid (which is how I found out, btw). I would love to see Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Macy’s and other retailers pull that kind of joke.
It’s better than nothing ?
?This is true : )
On trend is another way of saying trending now which is stating what’s popular at this time. In no way is that a guarantee that the item is timeless or won’t go out of fashion.
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07.12.16 5:34 PM