Haute Summer Deal: RP Rachel Pally Dresses on Sale at QVC

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Great Rachel Pally Maxi dresses are on clearance at QVC

Last year Los Angeles designer Rachel Pally launched a lower priced line of her fashions on QVC.  I reviewed the dresses when they were launched in 2012 at QVC’s annual Oscar Buzz Party in LA and gave them high marks for comfort, design and quality materials.  I wore the pink maxi dress tonight to a Summer Party and received a lot of compliments on the dress.  A few people asked me where I got it and were surprised to learn that the dress is from QVC.  After the party I went to look the dress up to see if it was still available.  To my surprise QVC still has the pink Rachel Pally maxi with the wrap tie waist in stock, but now it’s priced at a mere $22.00 on clearance.    This is truly a great price since the dress originally retailed for  about $90.00.  The dress has a full circle skirt and it  runs long. I had my RP dress shortened and probably cut 2 inches off the hem to shorten it, but it was well worth it.   The dress runs a bit large too, so I ordered it a smaller size.  The fabric is 95% rayon/5% spandex, making it affordable and comfortable. The dress is one of several RP dresses on sale at QVC, included the one shoulder wave print dress now $47.00.  If you’re looking for a great summer maxi dress, have a look at these RP Rachel Pally dresses on clearance.  I haven’t seen a better deal on elegant looking summer maxi than these RP dresses.

Note: I’m not paid by QVC to write this post, this is just a good deal that I spotted and wanted to pass along.


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