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    Wink Wynne Layers TSV 04/11/19

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    WynneLayers Stretch Velvet Tunic with Chiffon Hem
    Item Number: 179700
    QVC Price 59.50
    Todays Special Value Price 44.98
    P&P 4.95

    This tunic top from WynneLayers is crafted from a flattering stretch velvet and features a pretty hi-lo chiffon hemline, a round neckline, side slits and 3/4 length sleeves. This versatile tunic top is ideal for adding some sophisticated style to any occasion and will drape beautifully over your figure to complement your curves.
    Versatile fashion - whether you're heading to a dinner party or a day of shopping with friends, this tunic top will work for any event. Wear with your favourite pair of slim-fit jeans and loafers for a chic daytime look, or add wide-leg black trousers, statement jewellery and heels for a classic evening outfit.

    Winter ready style - the luxurious feel of this tunic top's stretch velvet fabric and the 3/4 length sleeves make it a great option for wearing in the colder months. Try teaming with a blazer or cardigan for an extra layer of warmth and style.

    A colour for everyone - available in five gorgeous shades, there is an option to suit every taste. If you like to keep it classic in timeless neutral tones opt for Black or Champagne, but if you prefer to add some colour to your repertoire, go for Burgundy, Olive or Rose.

    Outer: 90% polyester, 10% elastane
    Chiffon hemline: 100% polyester
    Machine washable at 30C


    Colour options:



    Black
    Burgundy
    Olive
    Champagne
    Rose


    Garment measurements:

    Chest: XS: 108cm (42.5"), S: 113cm (44.5"), M: 118cm (46.5"), L: 124.5cm (49"), XL: 132cm (52"), 2XL: 142cm (56"), 3XL: 152cm (60")
    Length: XS: 78cm (30.8"), S: 78.7cm (31"), M: 79.5cm (31.3"), L: 80.3cm (31.5"), XL: 81.6cm (32"), 2XL: 83.5cm (32.8"), 3XL: 85cm (33.5")


    All measurements are approximate

    http://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.as...ms.item.179700

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    Just caught sight of this @9pm launch & looked @ pictures on line.Who on earth is responsible for the cut of these garments? They look awful pulling up at the front, oversized over the bust and look tight the sleeves.MW hasn’t made an appearance, pleased she saved the air fare so Melissa will be waxing lyrical.Of course it will be a sell out by morning! Poor looking velour too!
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    What the actual stretch velvet
     

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    Surely the first rule of anything is 2 different fabrics will never wash in the same way. If you think this is bad looking now (and it is bloody awful) just wait until it has been washed/cleaned.

    A zillion years ago when we were on honeymoon I was sporting a lovely hippy knitted type bag when we went out in a boat and capsized. On dry land we rescued passports etc but when the bag dried out the outer stretched to Australia whilst the cotton lining stayed intact but now only came down a third of the way.

    When I see different materials on a garment I always think of the bag!
     

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    I HATE sleeves that have a seam on the upper arm. Invariably its loose on the shoulder and tight as h...ll on the upper arm, and if you buy larger to accommodate then its too big everywhere else - why are they made like that ? I won't be buying, but I do like the rose colour.

    I'm neither a fan of the way MW makes a huge side slit on the majority of garments - nothing escapes, from knitwear, chiffon and now velvet. Its not a style that flatters many.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brissles View Post
    I HATE sleeves that have a seam on the upper arm. Invariably its loose on the shoulder and tight as h...ll on the upper arm, and if you buy larger to accommodate then its too big everywhere else - why are they made like that ? I won't be buying, but I do like the rose colour.

    I'm neither a fan of the way MW makes a huge side slit on the majority of garments - nothing escapes, from knitwear, chiffon and now velvet. Its not a style that flatters many.
    What in the hell is Melissa wearing on top of it. Looks like a black duvet hanging off her
     

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    The fabric reminds me of those cheap velour/velvet type throws. I bet in reality the fabric is crap and the style is also crap and the fit will be crap on most people. That`s at least 3 craps in one post, a record for me!
     

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    Turned on the tv to see Melissa wearing what looks like a duvet over the TSV!!!!! What the heck !?!?! Looks terrible. Even awful on Sally and Cordelia.

    Colours of the tunic look better in the richer shares IMO. In real life the lighter shares may be ok, but the bright tv lights wash out the colour and the lustre of the velvet. Don't like the deep slits up the sides. Neckline too high for it to be evening wear. Drape is unflattering. HATE the price - overpriced at the TSV price forget about the alleged full price.

    Don't think there will be any issue with laundering this with the chiffon part. It's similar composition to several tops I own and they wash very well. It would be a surprise to me if there was an issue.
     

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    That quilted poncho! Seen the video & cannot stop laughing at Melissa & models trying their hardest to control it by holding it tight to the body at the sides but turn around at is ballooning out at the back.Just what I need for walking long the seafront—- last seen taking off over the Irish Sea heading to the Isle of Man, Bye!
     

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