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My local lulu in Burlington, MA, didn't have the SE CRBs. Even if they did, they'd be impossible to spot. SE isn't all that special or unique IMHO.Lots on sale, though! Made out with Get Started Jacket under $49 ($89 online), a returned WWA in bold blue (!!), Flow y's & hot class bras for $29, seek the peaks (every flavor, size, color)(got the potion shorts), mynah jackets, crops and pants (same $ as online), run like the wind singlets for $34. Add in the trainer's discount and I walked out with some deals!
I agree with you, luluaddict. I don't like the knotty tank either.
you lucky duck!! I don't have any stores near me (none in my state). I love the get it started jacket, I have the black & passion. I wish I could get these awesome deals :(I so want the seek the peek shorts in purple, but don't want to pay full price.Not a fan of the SE Crbs, they are in the same colors as the reg..I don't get it.
Lots on sale at my local store as well. They had their Seek the Peak Jackets marked down to $39 and the matching pants marked at $49. Pretty steep mark downs for items that just hit the stores a month ago.
wow, you ladies near the stores really luck out. I have to rely on loot & those deals are not that good.
My store had amazing discounts in MN. The seek the peek jackets were marked down to $39 dollars and get started jackets for $49 dollars.
@ChiRunner - Seek The Peak Jacket for $39! They look a LOT cuter for that price! ;-) I am going up to LA tomorrow to see what I can find.
I would buy an angel blue Seek the Peak jacket for $39! I definitely expected the Peak stuff to hit the loot rack in fairly short order. Just like the SS manifesto tees - way over-priced, even by lulu standards.I do not like the knotty tank. More maternity wear...I do like the white/angel CRB SE. I wonder if the white luon gets yellowed or dirty looking though?
When I tried on the knotty tank I also tried tying it in the back. didn't like it either way I wore it.
@chirunner: thanks for mentioning the seek the peak markdowns. i'm not near a downtown chicago store but a suburban store so I drove over there and scored. previously had bought the plaid seek the peak jacket at full price and adore it. my store had black and white marked down to 39 so I got one of each, seek the peak crops marked down to 39 so I got the coal (never tried them on before, they are actually quite cute) - tried on the white crops too but they were very see-through and also got a manifesto short sleeve marked down to 39. With my instructor discount each item came to $33. Super, especially for the jackets!
@LuluAddict and @pilatesmom - At $39 the Seek the Peak definitely gets a lot cuter, particularly if you size down. I ended up picking one up in black, along with a pair of the pants in gray (I had bought the black previously).I wonder what this means for the Seek the Peak Jackets in Potion Purple though? I never saw them in the US stores or US online ... if the other colors are already on steep markdown, its hard to imagine that they'll bother releasing the Potion version here.
@chirunner:I have a feeling the potion seek the peak jacket is going to be limited canadian release. I'd be very surprised if it ended up in the US with the others at such dramatically steep markdown. Wonder if the online will follow? @chirunner - I didn't even try on the pants...they're cute on? looked like so much volume...
@pilatesmom - I like the Seek the Peak pants. They are definitely a looser fit style though - I sized down because they were really baggy in my usual size. But I like that they have a drawstring on the outside that runs from the knee to the ankle (just like the one on the sleeve of the jacket) so you can cinch the pant up to a crop length. I doubt I'll ever wear them for work outs, but they are light and quick drying - nice for walking the dog and doing errands.Which of the suburban stores are you closest to? Besides the Chicago stores, I've only been to the one in Naperville (at least in Illinois)...
i own the devi crops and found the seek the peak crops fit about the same. loose fit--go down a size. major difference between the two is the hemcords to cinch up the cuff a little higher on the calf on the STP. otherwise, same crops (color, fabric, cut, design). price was great but with everything else I bought (close to $600), those crops didn't make it into the bag! and, i couldn't bring myself to get the STP jacket...even for $39 less trainer discount.
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