With todays casual style, why all the fussy clothing. Big puffy sleeves, flounces and frills and wild prints. please, some nice casual tops and bottoms.
Tho not the 1st thing called to mind when thinking casual…on clearance (as it’s my go to first) peruse the Slinky line – They have wash and wear clothing, wears like iron, and there’s a lot of variety in the line…
Unfrilled – body skimming, but not tight T shirts
Straight leg jersey pants that don’t cling
Super cute “joggers” that definitely are not remotely GYMIFIED.
You can find sheath dresses
An array of light as feathers sweater knit tunics
“skinny pants – that don’t require a skinny figure or look like you have on leggings.
Vests galore – which by the way are a gals best friend if you don’t love your middle.
I totally agree with you both! City Hearts was a casual line of clothing I really enjoyed, it’s been years HSN does not sell this line, which for my opinion was the only line of casual clothing they offered. I still have jackets from City Hearts that are in style, if City Hearts is no longer in business, why not get another casual line? I honestly don’t see myself cooking wearing ruffles or doing chores. I like Denim& CO which QVC sells, and have many many tee shirts and pants from that them. HSN would you consider offering a casual line of clothing?
I agree. I am sick of all of the tops with open shoulders too. I think all of the big bell sleeves, and bows, ties at the wrist are not something you would want to wear while eating. I like a 3/4 sleeve, you don’t have to worry about it dragging through your food, or catching on fire while you cook. Maybe I’m too practical.
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05.02.18 3:29 AM