Discover our 2014 fashion heroes


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!

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 Twist

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.

outfit one 

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.


Casual Comfort

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.

outfit two

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.


Discover more popular items by checking out our 2014 web bestsellers for Jewellery, Beauty and Electronics!

All prices were correct at the time of publication.


  1. Kate Hinde December 22, 2014 at 3:23 am -  Reply

    I have bought dozens of Basso long coats, now they only make short jackets. Also bought Tiana B,Trinny+ Susannah,+R.Nicole in the past by the 100 BUT they ate all very dated/ old fashioned. I am 50+ but slim etc+ am told I look 35 + want modern, classy clothes, NY frumpy. Sorry but the choice isn’t there, I often think I,all treat myself but can’t find anything. TK Maxx sell many James Lakeland +Fenn, Wright+ Manson etc things with 80% reduction from QVC. Please stock more modern clothes+ shoes. Thanks.

  2. Margaret December 30, 2014 at 7:24 pm -  Reply

    Hi, I’m sorry to disagree but Dennis Basso does so many types of coats and jackets, the choice is enormous.

    As for other clothes, again there is massive choice for all ages and sizes, there are so many brilliant brands it’s hard to beat the choice.

    Maybe you could get a bargain elsewhere but would they give easy pay and the fantastic 30 day money back guarantee

    I love QVC and everything about it.

  3. joanne seiler January 8, 2015 at 9:33 am -  Reply

    I enjoy to shop with QVC because its easy. I do think that a lot of the clothes are let down by the cheap fabrics that are used. Its very important that QVC and the presenters states the fabric. Glad to have discovered brands like Marla Wynne, Diane Gilman jeans, Mr.Max, Carole Hochman. I think Yong kim is way to over priced for what it is. Sometime I feel these cheaper brands just have to keep production going and churn out what I feel looks like cheap market clothes. If you notice mostly the plain colours are the ones that always sell out and you notice in the sale and clearance mainly the garish and animal prints remain. For QVC to go forward with their fashion, I think they have to remember that people what to make good investment clothing that doesn’t date these days not everybody has the time,money or space to shop every season. But on the whole good job QVC love the new brands your bringing in.

  4. b ward January 8, 2015 at 11:42 am -  Reply

    so much choice, I can not stop buying across jewellery and cosmetics. However the clothes range is a bit of a let down, I like some of the non baggy yong kim stuff but far too expensive for what it is. Why is everything cold wash drip dry,
    you can not get anything clean at that temperature.
    Kim and co I like, but after buying one or two florals, that’s enough for any wardrobe.
    Most of the clothes are quite over priced. But easy pay is a godsend if you
    see something you want.
    I like a lot of the together range, but not yet purchased anything from them.

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