Although I love Sheryl Crow’s line, I’m disappointed that it only comes in regular and plus but no petites! The long sweater would look ridiculous on me, I would lose detail on embroidered jeans if I hemmed them, the sleeves on the blouses would come down to my knuckles and where do I begin with the fringed skirt. Please keep us shorties in mind when you size your clothes. We’re a large and important part of your market and because it’s hard to find nice petite fashions, we buy a lot when we find them. I would have bought 2 sweaters, 2 blouses and a pair of jeans if you sized petites.
I have the same issue being a petite, Id love to see more petite clothing from my favorite HSN designers..Kudo’s to Iman for the “short option” on her hi-low maxi dress. I was going to buy one but went ahead and ordered two.We shorties would love to see more petites,we like loo look nice too
P-l-e-a-s-e bring in an OFFICE WEAR line of Dress Pants and Tops for 45-60 year old ladies — not to include “cold shoulder” and ” high-low” hem lines. Also, please include 29″ pant hem lines. This is not an ankle pant for many. High heals and alterations are not an option for all. Your consideration will be greatly appreciated. Many Thanks and Peace in these troubling political times.
I also agree. I am watching Antthony’s show now and most of the pants are inseam 30″. I am not ordering that and paying for hemming. It is not just his shows either, almost all the pants have no petite option.
I agree. When I see an item I am interested in, the first thing I look at is the length of the pants. 30″ is too long and I refuse to add at least $10 alteration cost to the price. So many short women I can’t believe they just ignore us!
Boy do I ever agree. The average woman doesn’t look like the models that HSN uses. They are super tall. I can not buy so many cute things because they are made for woman of stature. I feel that they completely ignore the vast population of us who have smaller proportions. It’s discrimination. By the way wouldn’t it save the designer money since they wouldn’t use as much fabric? Perhaps I need to start the petite only line. giggle..giggle!
It seems ridiculous to me to ignore shorter women. Wouldn’t HSN make more money if they catered to those with height issues?
Having to continually resort to tailoring really spoils the fun–and one’s bank account.
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11.02.17 6:57 PM