On Friday (August 6th), Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure shared a gorgeous picture of herself on Instagram some pieces from her QVC clothing line.
“Cue the wind, Beyonce plays softly in the background,” Candace Cameron Bure writes in the caption. “This top is one of my favorites from the first half of the @candacecameronbureclothing August Collection.”
Candace Cameron Bure also encourages her followers to turn into QVC at 10 pm EST/7 pm PST because she will be on for a one-hour debut of the new clothing collection, which will be available on August 26th.
Candace Cameron Bure launched her clothing line this past spring. In an April 2021 interview with People, The Fuller House star said that fashion has been something she’s wanted to do for a long time.
“I just love fashion and I always have since I was a little girl,” she recalls. She also says that partnering with QVC was actually a natural fit because she’s able to directly engage with fans through the QVC and social media platforms.
“You’re going to see the clothes on different models, different body sizes and shapes,” Candace also states. “And you get to hear stories and ways to style it. What I love is that QVC really creates connection for people.”
Candace Cameron Bure Shares More Details About Her Self-Titled Clothing Line
Also during her interview with People, Candace Cameron Bure gives readers an insight into her self-titled fashion line. “[The clothing line] is based off of my style,” the Fuller House star explains. She notes due to her upbringing in the Los Angeles area, the line has a West Coast feel to it.
“I live in Malibu, so it’s very easy and comfortable. These are all pieces that are practical, that are going to work for your everyday life,” Candace continues. She does state that the clothes are not “fussy” but very soft, cozy and all elevated. The actress does say that she wanted to design a line that appeals to a wide range of women and she knew she’d hit her goal if both her mom and daughter, Natasha, wanted clothes from the line.
Candace then says that Natasha loves the tie-dye designs especially.
“She’s like, ‘Mom I really love this. I’m going to buy this. This is great.’ We have bright colors that might appeal to a younger audience and neutral colors that might appeal to women who are in their 40s or 50s.”
Candace goes on to add that her 70-year-old mom absolutely loves the collection because it offers a range of peplum tops and closes that she can pair casually with jeans. “They’re just pretty, feminine, and fun, but still casual. I hope this will fit everyone’s lifestyle.”
The price point for Candace’s clothing line is between $32 and $100.