Uggggly dresses (she's baaack!)
- From: "Veloise" <krdunnam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 23 Aug 2006 17:55:51 -0700
My correspondent seems to have remembered Computer 101, and she wrote
"I was recently checking out the web sites for children's dress and
found that you reopened the thread about the Johanna Grace flower girl
dresses - to much of my surprise you copied my e-mail and posted it. I
read further on and saw more comments from people that do not like the
dresses, and found this all so amusing.
I am a fashion analyst, and do not work for Johanna Grace dresses, I
work for another dress company that is a major competitor for Johanna
Grace dresses, and I am a small business owner as well. While these
dresses may not be to your liking, or to others on the board, they are
beautifully designed dresses that are couture quality in design and
manufacture ( I have purchased some to analyze the quality). The
people that design and make them are skilled and educated couture
sewers, they are not crafter's making quilts and teddy bears. If any
of the people commenting on these dresses truly had fashion history
background or an education in fashion design they would understand what
this company is about.
The dress Chatham which they trashed is I believe, a traditional sailor
dress style from the 50's, and the dress Lucinda that they said was in
horrible colors, that dress is made of a classic fabric called Black
Watch Plaid, while the other red one is a Royal Stewart Plaid - these
dresses I believe they advertise for holiday dresses and are classics.
I just thought that it might be interesting for this sewer the board
who trashed these dresses, to have this information. By the way,
Johanna Grace is a company that our company truly envies, as it is
taking business away from ours.
The reason I wrote to you was purely in disgust in that this thread
about Johanna Grace and the other gown designers was appalling - and I
could go on about the wedding gown commentary as well . If your sewing
buddies took the time to read their web site (which is my job to do)
they would understand what the dresses were about, and if they took the
time to enlarge them they would see the quality of the sewing.
NO, they just pulled up some pictures of that company and others
wedding dress designers and they just trashed them, dress after dress
after dress - on a discussion board. It's one thing to say you don't
like something, it is another to trash others hard work, making fun of
them. Posts like this can be hurtful and insulting to those who make
these gowns and dresses. It is very low class, and unkind. So you
see, I don't work for them, or the other wedding dress designers you
trashed, I am just the kind of person who gets irritated by cruel and
thoughtless people, and wishes that people who had nothing worthwhile
to say, would keep their nasty words to them selves. It's like
listening to Joan Rivers and her daughter, who have made a fortune
making fun of others.
You seem to be amused by re-opening this thread. Post this!!!!!!!!!!"
Insert comments about people too "shy" to sign their own names or
create their own posts, but just keep e-mailing message board
participants to trash what they type. Fashion analyst??
and proud of it
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