Ronni Nicole celebrates six years at QVC!


It’s time to finalise your event wardrobe and get your outfits together in this, the season for special occasions.

The Ronni Nicole collection is a great base on which to build your event looks and to celebrate its 6th anniversary at QVC UK we’ve created two great looks with two stunning dresses from the range. We’ve chosen one for day, the other for evening – and added some glam accessories to ensure you look the part this season. Whether you’re going to be a mother-of-the-bride, a christening guest, a summer ball attendee or you’re off to the races, has everything you need to put your entire look together.

Look 1: Daytime – The lace shift

Perfect for a christening, this Ronni Nicole shift dress has a classic yet contemporary style.

The lace look
Add a dash of colour with the Tignanello cross-body bag, keep it comfortable with these metallic Clarks wedges, then add sparkling finishing touches with the Lisa Snowdown ring, Diamonique by Tova mother-of-pearl watch and a pair of chandelier earrings from Diamonique.

Look 2: Evening – The floral fit and flare

Ronni Nicole fit and flare dress has a youthful, flirty style, ideal for a day at the races or an evening wedding do.

The floral look

Pick out the vibrant, summery colours in the floral print with this rose gold-tone Diamonique by Tova watch and rose gold-plated Bill Skinner drop earrings, match similar tones with this sparkling Lulu Guinness Glitter cut-out Lip Pouch and finish off adding height and a flash of metallics with these Clarks platform sling-backs.

Tell us what events you’re going to this summer season and what you’d love to wear to them.


  1. Christine Russell May 31, 2015 at 1:01 pm -  Reply

    Very disappointed with the lack of below knee/calf length dresses. Trousers often come in a choice of length so why not dresses? Not all of us under 5’5 or want to wear things above the knee!

  2. Karen June 1, 2015 at 7:37 am -  Reply

    Your stylist should be replaced, no one wears wedges to a wedding, sling backs yes but not wedges, I would not wear any of the outfits you’ve selected, you want something with a touch of glamour when attending a wedding, not just wearing a dress people have seen a hundred times before. Also, your stylist needs to match clothes together properly on air, blue with blue, beige with beige etc if it’s a suit and not send the modal out in black were the customers can’t see the item properly in their TV, pick a colour to show if one is available, but what you need to stop doing is sending the modal out on air with necklaces on, often this covers most of the dress/top and distorts the way it hangs, giving a false representation of the garment.

  3. Jan June 1, 2015 at 4:56 pm -  Reply

    So agree with Christine and Karen. I thought you employed professional stylists.
    Anyone could put these outfits together – they are awful. Who would wear wedges or flip flops to a wedding!! I wont be picking up any of your tips!!! This article should have been titled ‘What NOT to wear to a wedding’.

  4. Linda June 2, 2015 at 9:31 pm -  Reply

    I totally agree with these three Ladies on their comments. They are so right, your stylists should be sacked, they have not the fantess idea of style! I worked with two of the biggest fashion houses in London, if I had models wearing these combinations on the catwalk I would have been sacked within one week. I am retired now, but I would have done tons better, enough for QVC customers to buy most of the outfits. Get you act together, please QVC!!

  5. Jo June 2, 2015 at 11:02 pm -  Reply

    There is nothing wrong with the stylists on QVC , everyone has different tastes .In the above article they are just suggestions no body is saying wear wedges to a wedding, but if you want to then why not.

  6. jacqui June 4, 2015 at 6:23 am -  Reply

    Christine raises a valid point about various lengths.
    I have the opposite problem, at nearly 6 feet tall even the longest lengths are not long enough.
    I think there are many of us that would appreciate a petite and tall range if at all possible please.
    There are alot of us out there who are not a standard 5ft6″.
    Thank you.

  7. Tracy June 18, 2015 at 9:16 am -  Reply

    i agree you always send the modals out in black, what is the point when we cant see the item correctly, also diane gilman jean you should do the trouser lenght in 32 ins not just for the smaller people, you need to up your fashion as well we are not all in are 70s that watch QVC most of your fashion is for older ages. spice it up QVC

  8. Norma June 19, 2015 at 10:59 am -  Reply

    Sorry ,Ladies. I wore the Clarks wedges shown in the picture with a Monsoon Oriane dress. To a wedding. It was stylish and comfortable.
    Would love Ronnie Nicole to make more special occasion Maxi dresses and Summer jumpsuits.

  9. Jean lloyd June 19, 2015 at 9:30 pm -  Reply

    You mention fashion being for the 70’s, I am coming up to the 70’s but would not seen dead in most of the qvc fashion, even I think it’s old fashioned, badly made and very expensive. If you saw all the garment returns in their outlet shop in Warrington you would be surprised at the terrible quality of the clothes. I have no idea how the buyers keeps their job. QVC really need to update their fashion. Every make seem to copy the previous ones, they are probably all made in the same factory abroad with different labels on. I was very surprised once when I bought a dress from Nina Leonard and found the label saying made in Twian ( or somewhere like that )

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