Never have I ever shopped at QVC. Never have I ever even entertained the idea...until now. Until Rachel Hollis announced that her clothing line would be sold exclusively at QVC. This Friday, May 3rd, the collection launches. Mark your calendar because these items will go quick. Her following is insane (in a good way). Her fan base is next level.
I have yet to hear any information regarding time. You know me, I like to know every single detail. I wouldn't think it would go live at midnight, but who knows. (UPDATE: Rachel just announced that the collection goes live at midnight. I just set my alarm so I can wake up, order the things I want and go back to bed. Whole heartedly supporting someone, rooting for them, cheering them on like crazy isn’t always convenient. When you’re there for someone else it is NOT about you.) I'm hoping it will be available when I wake up next Friday and I can grab the things I want before they're gone. If I do hear anything as to the exact time this collection launches, I will let you know. Either on Insta stories or my Facebook group.
Here's what I know about the collection. The most expensive item is a little over $100. That item is a dress that can also be worn as a kimono. It's hands down the most fancy piece of the collection. The rest of the items are completely casual, laid back, and versatile. She has a lot of items that are "blouse-y." Every piece she has shared from the collection has been forgiving in fit, nothing tight. Every top that has a longer cut was cut in a way that allows you to wear it with leggings, without showing all the goods (your backside). There is a button down, a great piece for all of you killing it in an office each day. There is an oversized light weight sweater that would look adorable with denim shorts and sneakers. She also was adamant that the collection included a cami that has a built in sports bra. Do you remember those things? I have some back in middle school? I haven't seen anything like it since then.
The item on my list that I'm going to get, no matter what, is a graphic t-shirt. I kid you not. This is the Rachel Hollis take on a graphic t-shirt so of course it's going to light a fire under your bottom with just one little line. "Made for More." I was made for more and so were you. What a nice reminder.
You don't have to shop the collection on TV. It will all be available online, on the QVC website. Let me know what you end up getting!