Dire fashion advice!!

Caroleanne

VIP Shopper
Yet another big no no Sally Jack's is selling tops with various types of frills around the hip area in Miss it Miss out Fashion telling hippy customers it will disguise them That isn't true at all more likely to emphasise it
I sometimes wonder where they get all this so called fashion advice from!!
 

shopperholic

VIP Shopper
I haven’t bought fashion from IW for some time but the garments and fabrics are not very different to much of Qs .The difference is the price. More realistic for what you get.

I agree, I bought four viscose vest tops delivered for under £23 (£4.99 each and capped postage of £2.99) and a lovely viscose and cotton floaty top for £9.99 so yes the difference is very much the price.
 

crystal

Well-known member
Agree with both. I've worn IW for years now, always very reasonable, wears well, looks good.
 

Toril

VIP Shopper
I’ve bought quite a lot of clothes from IW over the years and have only ever sent one item back. I’ve also bought quite a bit from QVC over the years, but I think that their clothing has gone downhill with regards to style. Maybe the glut of wafty MW “fashion” has put me off. I know what I like and what suits me and it wouldn't be MW.

I also prefer the fact that I have never received a return from IW, the labels are always on the garments, the P&P is often capped and if it isn’t then it is usually cheaper that QVC’s, their customer service reply to emails within a few hours (in my experience) and they process refunds quickly. Oh, and their delivery is often quicker.

Need I go on? 😉
 

shopperholic

VIP Shopper
I’ve bought quite a lot of clothes from IW over the years and have only ever sent one item back. I’ve also bought quite a bit from QVC over the years, but I think that their clothing has gone downhill with regards to style. Maybe the glut of wafty MW “fashion” has put me off. I know what I like and what suits me and it wouldn't be MW.

I also prefer the fact that I have never received a return from IW, the labels are always on the garments, the P&P is often capped and if it isn’t then it is usually cheaper that QVC’s, their customer service reply to emails within a few hours (in my experience) and they process refunds quickly. Oh, and their delivery is often quicker.

Need I go on? 😉

I absolutely agree. ❤️ xx
 

Caroleanne

VIP Shopper
I wasn't complaining about the clothes or the IW customer service just the wrong advice as to what figures certain fashion features suit best
I've also bought lots of clothes over the years and they certainly give Q a run for their money which of late are getting just too pricey well for me at least can't afford £40 plus for a top or a pack of two vest tops!!
Best wishes to everyone in these very trying times x
 

merryone

VIP Shopper
IW fashion is proper cheap n' cheerful and I've bought a few things over the years..the last being two wrap dresses which had been reduced down to £7.99 each..yup they're pure polyester and make you sweat buckets if the weather's too hot, but they're so flattering on and they wash up well and dry really quickly. Bought a couple of pairs of ponte leggings for under £20 and the quality's not great..a few tiffles have appeared round the waist band and they shrunk in the wash, so now they're 3/4 length..but look better. I now wash them by hand so they don't turn into shorts. Thing I like about IW is they're not trying to pretend they're something they're not...ie designer...like certain other channels I could mention. As I keep saying, my wardrobe's complete for now, so won't be buying from anywhere..but for the price, you can't go wrong with IW fashion!
 

Naheed

New member
I don’t take fashion advice from anyone, I wear what I like when I like and that’s it. I do love Ideal World fashion though, the quality, and better still the prices, are my cup of tea 👍😃
Hi,
I also agree with your idea of not taking advice on fashion from anybody. It's we who know ourselves better and everyone knows his requirements of garments, fabric, clothing etc. as per weather and occasion.
I also do not stick to a brand for long. I like Ideal World Fashion but don't follow any fashion blindly and choose what I like to wear.
Thanks
 

shopperholic

VIP Shopper
IW fashion is proper cheap n' cheerful and I've bought a few things over the years..the last being two wrap dresses which had been reduced down to £7.99 each..yup they're pure polyester and make you sweat buckets if the weather's too hot, but they're so flattering on and they wash up well and dry really quickly. Bought a couple of pairs of ponte leggings for under £20 and the quality's not great..a few tiffles have appeared round the waist band and they shrunk in the wash, so now they're 3/4 length..but look better. I now wash them by hand so they don't turn into shorts. Thing I like about IW is they're not trying to pretend they're something they're not...ie designer...like certain other channels I could mention. As I keep saying, my wardrobe's complete for now, so won't be buying from anywhere..but for the price, you can't go wrong with IW fashion!

At least the polyester isn’t £50-£100 that QVC charge for theirs. 😂

I bought from IW four pair of the most gorgeous Anamor, I want to say jeggings but they’re quite thick for jeggings/leggings and a nicer fit in navy blue, they have an inset bit at the bottom in navy but a different material to the rest of the trousers, for lounging around the house but when they arrived they looked so stylish and the quality was amazing for £3.99, even the husband said they’re too nice to wear around the house and he’s right so I put them away for those days out to the supermarket and babysitting the grandkiddies.
 

Twirl58

Active member
IW fashion is proper cheap n' cheerful and I've bought a few things over the years..the last being two wrap dresses which had been reduced down to £7.99 each..yup they're pure polyester and make you sweat buckets if the weather's too hot, but they're so flattering on and they wash up well and dry really quickly. Bought a couple of pairs of ponte leggings for under £20 and the quality's not great..a few tiffles have appeared round the waist band and they shrunk in the wash, so now they're 3/4 length..but look better. I now wash them by hand so they don't turn into shorts. Thing I like about IW is they're not trying to pretend they're something they're not...ie designer...like certain other channels I could mention. As I keep saying, my wardrobe's complete for now, so won't be buying from anywhere..but for the price, you can't go wrong with IW fashion!
Oh I have those dresses I think. Kasara brand I believe. I also have 2 of the glitzier versions at £9.99 each.
 

merryone

VIP Shopper
In fact I lied about the price of the dresses, I think I actually paid £4.99 each. I remember now that they were down to a tenner each, and I liked them but couldn't make up my mind whether to choose the green and white or blue and white, then they went down again, then again and when I saw them at £4.99 I treated myself to both. It really doesn't matter about the label in the back, that's not what people see. QVC prices are ridiculous!
 

merryone

VIP Shopper
Oh I have those dresses I think. Kasara brand I believe. I also have 2 of the glitzier versions at £9.99 each.

No the label in my dresses is "Must"...no, me neither!
 

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