It’s hard to believe another year is almost over, and with 2015 knocking on the door we’re getting a little nostalgic here at Q Towers as we look back over the 12 months in the world of fashion and accessories, and re-visit the most popular products that you’ve been buying through qvcuk.com!
You can already browse the 20 most popular items in our Fashion and Shoes & Handbags departments, and to help you understand why they’re so popular we’ve pulled together two looks for very different days using products from the edit – each of which is a versatile wardrobe essential you’ll be able to wear loads of ways.
Lace has been a key trend for 2014, and this beautiful stretch lace dress from Tiana B is a great example of how it can be styled more youthfully than we might be used to.
Pairing it with these leather ankle boots from Clarks – plus your leather jacket and a sparkly clutch from your wardrobe – gives it a little edge.
Alternatively, some nude heels and Lulu Guinness’s mid-size Pollyanna bag in patent leather – we like Stone with this Navy version of the dress – instantly turns this into something more office-appropriate. Just swap the heels for the ankle boots come cocktail hour.
We can’t all wear dresses every day, and for ultimate casual comfort we all turn to our jeans.
In 2014, Diane Gilman’s flat-waisted boot-cut jeans were the single most popular apparel item we sell, and it’s hardly surprising – they come in both short and regular lengths so you get the perfect fit, and feature a higher waist for a tummy-flattering effect, a longer rise to give you a longer leg, and a little stretch for ease of movement.
Pick an iconic Indigo pair and wear them with EMU’s ever-popular Stinger Hi boots (we’d go for the Black option), and Yong Kim’s crinkle knit asymmetric tunic in your favourite colour. Plus, a washable and warm Centigrade coat will help keep away the cold.
Our Bestsellers list contains half-a-dozen in a variety of lengths and weights. We’re showing the waist-length down and feather padded coat with a hood, but you might prefer one of the others that QVC shoppers have been buying.
All prices were correct at the time of publication.