Mr Max Fashion TSV 10/02/20

SUPERCOOLWILLOW

STAR IN THE HOOD
the next Mr Max Fashion TSV is on the 10/02/20
 

ERICS MUM

VIP Shopper
Is this the range with “Joey” as the guest ? I like her, very entertaining and doesn’t leave the presenter much time to interrupt. :RpS_thumbsup:
 

candycane

Active member
She was on recently talking to Simon Biagi as if he were a naughty schoolboy :RpS_laugh: Didn't think much of the clothes though and quite pricey.

CC
 

Vienna

VIP Shopper
Crikey another assault on the eyeballs with crazy OTT patterns. Horrible looking things.
 

Sazza

Moderator
Staff member
Mr Max Printed Straight Leg Modern Stretch Trouser
Item Number 183086 183087 183088
QVC Price £42.00
TSV Price £29.98
P&P £3.95

These Modern Stretch trousers from Mr Max feature an all-over floral print in a tonal shade, plus a straight-leg fit. A staple in any wardrobe, these trousers can be dressed up or down to suit the occasion, making them a versatile addition to your repertoire.

Comfort meets style - the beautifully soft and stretchy New Soft Touch Modern Stretch fabric features M.I.T. fibres that deliver outstanding stretch and recovery.

Complement your curves - with a flattering style and plenty of stretch, these trousers will enhance your figure while working to smooth your shape, so you'll be able to take on the day in the knowledge that you look and feel your best.

Wear them your way - heading out for a day of shopping with friends? Try pairing these trousers with a T-shirt and a biker jacket for a laid-back yet effortlessly chic look. If you're heading to a dinner party or date night, swap the T-shirt for a silky blouse and add a pair of strappy sandals for an elegant evening outfit.

A colour for everyone - with five beautiful shades on offer, there's an option to suit every taste. For a neutral tone that'll go with everything, try Black or Denim, or add some gorgeous colour to your wardrobe with Thyme, Rust or Violet.

Outer: 76% viscose, 20% nylon, 4% elastane
Trim: 88% polyester, 12% elastane
Hand wash cold

Colour options:

Black
Thyme
Denim
Rust
Violet

Regular
https://www.qvcuk.com/Mr-Max-Printed-Straight-Leg-Modern-Stretch-Regular-Trouser.product.183086.html

Petite
https://www.qvcuk.com/Mr-Max-Printed-Straight-Leg-Modern-Stretch-Petite-Trouser.product.183088.html

Tall
https://www.qvcuk.com/Mr-Max-Printed-Straight-Leg-Modern-Stretch-Tall-Trouser.product.183087.html
 

merryone

VIP Shopper
They are awful...On Facebook this morning there was so many negative comments about these trousers, and qvc fashion in general..ie it's lost its way, it's frumpy that I almost felt sorry for them! The trousers are indeed hideous - On the tall and slimmer models they just look frumpy and on the shorter and more curvaceous ladies they just look horrible. Debbie was wearing the green ones teamed up with a hideous sage green twin set, to say she looked like she'd raided her grandmother's wardrobe would be an insult to her grandmother frankly!

However those colours and designs would be cracking on a pair of exercise leggings...but on a regular pair of trousers....ugh...No!

....And to team these monstrosities with stiletto heels absolutely no....They just look wrong, and even more frumpy if that were possible!
 

candycane

Active member
The sizes are weird as well. Going by the hip measurements on the net I'd need a size 18 yet I buy a size 10 in jeans/trousers everywhere else. Complete pot luck to get a pair that fit, even if you wanted them (which I don't).

CC
 

brissles

VIP Shopper
I KNEW as soon as I saw a Mr Max tsv it would be trousers. A lot of these fashion brands seem to concentrate on trousers, which I never buy because the fit is always hit and miss, and I'm sick of returning stuff. Its one occasion when I like to visit a shop to try on and buy. And trousers/leggings with excess elastene I find keep slipping down, so I'm constantly 'hoisting' up.

This tsv is further evidence that American brands obviously design for American women who buy into this style, but the British woman is a different beast. So I blame the buyers at Chiswick who think they can foist anything on their audience as long as the number crunching is profitable.

£34 all in, is extortionate, and would imagine QVC buy in at around a tenner, and for a little more than that can buy equally as good in Bon Marche.
 

merryone

VIP Shopper
Sadly my computer has had it, so I'm unable to post any pictures..but I've just had a look at some of Mr Max's monstrosites over on the website..and one item was described as a "faux suede duster" and to be honest a duster (in the housework sense of the word) is what it is! It's literally a piece of fabric that has been cut with scissors and tacked up at the sides...Please someone with a working computer, please post a pic of this!

Also forgot to mention the modern stretch "denim" jacket...At first glace looked like part of a prison inmate's uniform and was so short in the body it be of no use to man nor beast...and then the guest went on to say how the pockets were fake as if that was a good thing!
 

Toril

VIP Shopper
They’re horrendous but, if you want to look like a sausage squeezed into a patterned skin, these are the trousers to buy!
 

boffy

VIP Shopper
Sadly my computer has had it, so I'm unable to post any pictures..but I've just had a look at some of Mr Max's monstrosites over on the website..and one item was described as a "faux suede duster" and to be honest a duster (in the housework sense of the word) is what it is! It's literally a piece of fabric that has been cut with scissors and tacked up at the sides...Please someone with a working computer, please post a pic of this!

Also forgot to mention the modern stretch "denim" jacket...At first glace looked like part of a prison inmate's uniform and was so short in the body it be of no use to man nor beast...and then the guest went on to say how the pockets were fake as if that was a good thing!
here it is not much sewing went into this garment obviouslyhttps://www.qvcuk.com/Mr-Max-Faux-Suede-Duster.product.180393.html?sc=SRCH
 


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