Designers should listen
Some have complained about “cap” sleeves which I too have a problem with. The other problem is that they tend to make the neckline very low. This really turns me off. I am older and have never felt comfortable with a low neckline on dresses and tops. How about it folks, anyone else agree?
There are lots of offerings here with better necklines. Every style is not for every body. My biggest pet peeve out of all you’ve mentioned would be the sleeves. Other than that I’d love to find more offerings in petite cut lengths. If you’re average height, you’re way ahead of the game on us petite gals. Can’t wear the deep v neck? Don’t buy it, or get creative with it.
I also don’t like cap sleeves and prefer 1/2, 3/4 or long length sleeves. I prefer minimal, decolletage, but I don’t mind some. I never want to look frumpy. My clothing preferences are eclectic ~ in that I like some classic pieces as well as contemporary styles.
The vast majority of television clothing doesn’t appeal to me. I don’t want boxy, ruffles, feathers, boas, gauchos, palazzo pants, ruffle hems, cap sleeves, sleeveless (etc.) Other than a maxi dress, jeans and slacks, etc., I prefer for my dresses and skirts to fall 1/4 – 1/2 inch below me knee cap. I like my legs to show. This is particularly true for the summer. I wear heels (not all the time) but I do wear them enough.
Jeans, I prefer bootleg to skinny. They look better on me. I learned how to dress for my body type to highlight my best features. Short in stature with other things going on. LOL.
I will not wear Susan Graver’s clothing. They don’t appeal to me, just like most shopping tv clothing doesn’t anymore. I used to buy certain brands from tv, but I have decided not to hem too much (or ever) if I can. That takes care of that. I like stylish, not boring pieces. I want compliments when I go out.
I ordered Iman’s sleevless dress because of where and how it’s going to be used for an upcoming event. Accessorizing (arm length) will be a must if I keep the dress. All designers are doing this sleevless ALL YEAR LONG and I hate it.
The only thing I wish designers would do is give me the shorter length and I can take care of the rest.
To each her own!
I so agree with ya’ll on the low neckline styles. Wanted to get this Maxi TS but; didn’t know if you could see through the material………now I know “NO!”….per VelveteenRabbit7. Really don’t like buying clothes too much from T.V. I prefer to touch, see, and try it on. Hate to be disappointed and at that “RETURN.” Now, to tell you ladies (NOT MEANING TO DISRESPECT HSN) but on QVC that Susan Graver…..she is the bomb! She designs her clothes very rich, great material (liquid knit and really cool and comfortable), made extremely well, affordable, and fits body types well. Susan believes in covering the derriere with style. Her clothes will make any woman of any age look like a “LADY!” and that is hard to do for a designer. “THUMBS UP FOR HER…”SUSAN”
TO ALL OF YOU LADY FRIENDS HERE: “HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY”:womanwink:
I do not like low neck lines either 🙂
I am not a spring chick either:)
I believe you are referring to Today’s Special and yes, I agree 100% that designers should listen to their customers:)
Thank you for sharing:)
Peace and love:) xo Linda
I’m getting at the age where I only like coats —- to cover up everything. :womantongue:
I like cap sleeves. I don’t care very much for empire waist. I also don’t care for a low cut back Unless it is for evening wear. This ts could be evening wear but I would really want it to be Floor length.
What I really want to know about this TS is ‘ is it see – through fabric’. The last jersey knit maxi TS I bought was thin and see -through.
I agree, I have Iman’s maxi dress that came with the hat from last year and it’s too low cut, the underarms area is too low and open, exposing my bra under the arms on both sides.
i love low necklines and sleeveless or capsleeves.
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05.09.16 5:31 AM