One of my best friends (aka The Wife) has a “slight” addiction to that purveyor of crap, QVC. (She says “slight”, I say not being able to sleep unless QVC is on in the background is slightly insane)
I personally love QVC – I remember watching it for the first time when I was about 8 or 9, where they were selling microwave bacon crispers. (I was a strange child, I loved reading cover to cover the Betterware catelog that would be put through the door, and even now, get slightly excited when I go to Lakeland. DON’T JUDGE ME.)
Nowadays, I’ll watch it occationally – not for the amazing products (although I do love the storage solutions – its like porn to me) but watching the presenters try to stretch out selling something for an hour.
Selling something is difficult enough when the product is good (as much as I love brands like Liz Earle and Benefit, I couldn’t talk about them for 10 minutes, let alone an hour!) The real skills of the presenters can be found when the products that hour are a little more…unusual.
Introducing Quacker Factory.
Go for a fun and unique look with Quacker Factory! Bursting with personality, this colourful range features denim, velvet, moleskin and corduroy, and each piece boasts beautiful embellishments and vivid designs.
I can’t even type any more…I am mesmerised by the amount of sequins . Here, pictures. (With links to the relevant pages, you know, incase you feel the urge to buy them)
You can check out the full range at QVC here, or the company’s website here