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The commenter in your previous post got a good deal on this jacket, which is dandy, but I simply cannot see any logical reason why anyone would pay $300 for a jacket that isn't all that original or snazzy. (No offence to anyone...) Even Costco has a version of this in cute colours, for way, way less money. For $300, you should get a jacket made of rare material only produced once every eight years that continually fills the pockets with money and delicious fruit. Seriously.
@ Annon - agreed!I was waiting to purchase a lulu winter jacket and ended up in Danier Leather (outlet) with my boyfriend about a month ago. I picked up a knee-length black, thinsulate-lined, soft leather coat with a beautiful collar for $150 taxes in (marked down from $599 I believe). My coat is warm and stylish and I'm happy I didn't wait for lulu. I only discovered the store before the summer and boy are the winter prices expensive...
The straps on the back of that oasis F&G are not doing nice things to the model's back. Rather unflattering.
I find this jacket EXTREMELY unattractive!
I really do not like that coat!
I like the contrasting straps better in coal (as in the other colors) than black, although I like oasis for the main part.
Anyone ever seen a Lulu top like this?http://cgi.ebay.ca/LULULEMON-SHIRT-TANK-TOP-YOGA-GYM-WOMENS-2-4-S-SMALL-/360304913936?pt=US_Women_s_Athletic_Apparel&hash=item53e3d8ae10#ht_1092wt_911Seems fake to me but maybe it's a style I missed?
This model wearing the coat is not as slim as the other one in the earlier pics and the coat is really not flattering. That said, the model here is still a very average size woman, not fat by any means...its just that big wide high belt and puffiness don't do too many folks favors, I would think....costco is the place, if you want a yucky puffy coat...and I bet even costco coats are better than this one...and not $300 either.....
@ anon 8:20 pm - That style tank is the Repose Tank. I have one and it's super comfortable. Lululemon used to make that raised diamond pattern material, too. The tag is a bit weird but this could be an older piece > 4yrs or so and they may have changed their labeling. In the close up photo the seams are flat seamed and look like typical Lululemon stitching. I'm pretty sure it's authentic.
I would be wary of the repose tank on ebay...that tag looks suspicious. Seller claims all items are used...that tag looks brand new. I have many older tanks and they all have the circle logo.
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