CafeMom Loves VT Luxe!

Our goal with VT Luxe line for QVC is to make luxury accessible for every woman and it’s such an honor and pleasure to hear feedback from real women. Here’s a blog post by Lindsay Ferrier of CafeMom (a great resource for all the mommies out there!)

When it comes to fashion, home shopping channels might bring to mind muumuus and Santa sweaters more than truly stylish clothing and accessories. I’ve been known to get roped into watching a home shopping show every now and then. But I can assure you I have never been tempted to buy anything – at least clothing-wise.

Until now.

Style experts Jesse Garza and Joe Lupo have partnered to create a fashion accessories collection called VT Luxe for QVC. QVC sent me a few pieces from the collection, and I have to say I was very surprised. Want to know why? Click through and I’ll show you.

Lindsay Ferrier in VT Luxe Taffeta Ruffle Scarf and Faux Fur Infinity

First, the Taffeta Ruffle Scarf (QVC, $30). I put it around my neck and – instant drama. I LOVE that it looks like an expensive taffeta scarf, but it only costs $30. And I love that it transitions easily from day to night, depending on what I wear with it.

Probably my favorite piece in the collection is this Faux Fur Infinity Scarf (QVC, $39.48), which actually looks 10 times better in person than it does on the QVC site! I love the fur look, but I HATE faux fur that’s cheap looking. The trouble is that it’s hard to tell online how the fur is going to look in person. Well this infinity scarf looks just like the real thing. It’s impossible to tell it’s faux without touching it. And for the price, I just don’t think you can do better. This is a great way to add the faux fur look to your wardrobe without spending hundreds of dollars.

Lindsay rockin the Faux Fur Infinity and the Color Block Cape

Finally, the Woven Color Block Cape (QVC, $39.75). It’s a lightweight, comfortable cape that’s worth the price. I like the way this cape looks on and I’ll definitely wear it this season, but I’m on the fence about capes in general… – Lindsay Ferrier

Visit Lindsay’s column on CafeMom to read the original post.