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just bought WU crop pant in seabed(toronto). love, print looks much better in person. great to wear with tango read tanks, too. the dress is a must for to and from!
I agree, the dress is a good idea, but for certain uses. I think it would look best as a to and from dress as another reader stated. Some people don't like wearing their legging/crops outside of class so it would be a great addition to throw on after class if you needed to stop somewhere really quick without feeling awkward. I also think it might look cute as a beach cover-up. But those are just my opinions.
i love it. I want to wear it to parties, not to work out! :)
I for sure won't wear this to work out! I am really concerned about length in this, hoping it is long enough to be worn cinched up!
I also LOVE the black seabed wunder unders. They do look SO much better in person. LOVE them. Plus, they fit a little tighter than regular WUs without being so tight they reveal anything when you bend over and I like that! They're a great alternative to plain black or coal pants for SURE. Try them!Vitasea isn't soft, so I'm not sure why people are saying it is. The Cinch dress is made of it as are the Lively Tees. I tried on a Lively Tee the other day, and that vitasea fabric is NOT soft and doesn't not flow easily on the body. I think there are going to be many comments coming in about this dress...and not in a good way!!!
@Anon 3:36 - The Lively Tees are pima cotton with a bit of spandex, not vitasea (at least according to the tags on mine). The old Pulse Wraps I think were vitasea though and they are super soft - so maybe the Cinch Dress will feel more like the Pulse Wraps than the Lively Tees ...
@ anon 7:24pm Sorry, I meant the tees that are out now in grapeseed and tango red, I think they're actually called Simply Tees? Maybe you're right about the Cinch dress, at least I hope you are! But the Vitasea in those tees? Yuck! Does not flow on the body, is not soft, and seems like it would be too hot to work out in!
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