That brings up something I've noticed about Lululemon. I don't know if it is by design or accident but when Lululemon comes out with a color/print scheme not all the coordinating pieces show up in the store at the same time. They seem to dribble out pieces months apart and not all the stores(or even country) get the same pieces. That means if you want to complete an outfit you have to snap up a certain top or pant and then keep visiting the store or multiple stores hoping for the coordinating pieces to show up. In the past the matching headbands have been a six month to a year lag but they are getting much better about sending those out. Now they seem to be coming out pretty quickly. However, sometimes a store will only get a couple of headbands of certain designs or colors. For instance, I finally found a Deep Navy headband but they are pretty few and far between. I found a mesh headwrap in the new Power Purple at one store but another only got the Dance headband version. And why have they released a Dance headband in Mac N Cheese Yellow and Black when the color scheme used was yellow and Deep Navy? I don't get it. The whole bait and reward cycle certainly feeds my into my Lululemon collector addiction.
Back to the Deep Vs: I don't know why all the Deep Vs come in solid colors these days. There is a great opportunity to dress the tank up by putting contrasting colors in the mesh areas. I am dying to see some pretty prints in tops. If Lululemon has lost the graphic designer that came up with their prints, I don't see why they can't reissue older prints. I know at my stores, the pretty prints were the first to sell out in any style.
The Hip Halter Tank (second photo) was out this spring I believe. The tank only ever came in a size 10 both in the stores and on line. However, a few size 12s have popped up on ebay so they were sold somewhere. I had lusted after this tank for awhile and was psyched to get it. Alas, it wasn't big enough in the chest and now it's back on ebay.
The third tank (last photo) I recently bought was a Stellar tank. This is very similar to the Cool Racerback and, in particular, its predecessor the Cool It Racerback, with the main difference being it has a built in bra. I had never bought one of these when they were in the stores a year or so ago but I really like it. It's made of regular weight luon and has a very deep racerback, which probably my favorite style to exerice in. The straps give comfortable support. It has become my favorite around-the-house tank to wear.