Marla Wynne Collection -this Thursday and Friday Sep 24, Sep 25
New collection is here at HSN online. Her shows Thu 24 Sep 6 pm, Fri 25 Sep 7 am, 2 pm, 8 pm Eastern
Marla Facebook greeting:
"It’s finally fall and that means great layers in fall forward colors and weights & for the first time ever…. WynneDenim!!!
It has taken 3 years to develop this beautiful stretch knit denim. Unique in it’s fabrication, elegant in simple side zip styling with a fit that I promise will flatter. I love them and I hope you will too. Available in black and indigo. I am so excited to share my new WynneDenim along with a collection of great new mix and match pieces and a few signature favorites!!!
Please join me this coming Thursday & Friday only on HSN."
My order is shipped. Can’t wait to try her new zipper jeans. Many other items ordered, too. What caught my eye, and others, too , was the necklace out of rectangles in gold and silver seen on the models. Marla said it will be here in Nov. Cant wait!
I want more neutrals in darker tones. Love the dusters in longer lengths-below the knee. Longer tunics to wear under dusters. Need more lengths in pants- short, tall, ankle, crop. Fabrics that are soft and comfortable and washable!
Maybe we can turn this into a thread about what we’d like Marla to design for us now that her visit is over. Yesterday she said she’d like to hear from us about that on her FaceBook page. I’m not on FB, so here goes:
I’d like Marla to do a classic oversized chunky sweater for next fall. I’ve been trying to find just what I like without success. I LOVE marled knits that are soft but thick. I prefer acrylic because it washes and goes in the dryer without problems and wears like iron. It has to come to mid-thigh (I’m 5’3", so that would be at least 29". She could go to 30 or even maybe 32 to suit taller customers.) I don’t want those slits up to the waist. I’d prefer no slit on the sides or a smaller slit. I’m getting sick of the high-low thing, so I’d like something that’s a standard hem.
What do the rest you you ladies want from Marla’s most excellent clothing line?
P.S.: Is there any way to bring the price down without impacting the quality? Would less expensive fabrics that are still nice do it? If this can’t be done without compromising the line, I understand. Marla has succeeded because she keeps her standards. I buy her clothes on clearance and have a few very nice tops of hers.
Posted in Fashion
09.27.15 1:00 AM