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Old 09-10-2013, 02:32 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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I have loads of experience buying clothes online. Before online, I used catalogs. I do about as well in person as online. I still do get clothing catalogs, but I order less than I used to, and I buy less in general than I used to.

For me the jury is out on QVC.

Once, a number of years ago, when I was having trouble finding pants to fit, I ordered comparable pants from 4 different catalog retailers. I found one pair that fit, and that's what I ordered for a number of years. I returned the rest. Shipping wasn't as expensive then. And I learned what fit. I might try this again.
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Old 09-10-2013, 02:34 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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I think it's more the type of prints that are usually featured on QVC.
A lot of their stuff looks OK to me. They offer so much of everything, that is hard for me to think of their prints as being typical. I do think they cater to an older customer. That's fine by me, because there isn't as much out there for the older customer.
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Old 09-10-2013, 02:35 PM
 
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QVC is not the only retailer that sells prints. Prints are big right now. Is there another reason you don't like QVC?
Do you mean big as in style, or big as in size? Some type of prints are always in style, actually. I never said I didn't like QVC. I order other things from them. I just don't like their clothing line. I just think it's kind of suburban--lacks sophistication. That's all.
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Old 09-12-2013, 04:49 PM
 
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Do you mean big as in style, or big as in size? Some type of prints are always in style, actually. I never said I didn't like QVC. I order other things from them. I just don't like their clothing line. I just think it's kind of suburban--lacks sophistication. That's all.
Every once in a while Joan River will come up with some smart jackets, but that is pretty much it. Excuse me I did buy a nice Dennis Basso jacket, Love his voice. lol.
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