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Can anyone comment on the quality of the cashew tonka WUC? Are they sheer or any CT problems? Also is the light stripe super unflattering on not super skinny thighs?!? Thanks :)
They felt thicker than some lately. I didn't actually try them on, just looked at them in the store.
I bought them earlier this week. There was no issue with sheerness. I usually wear a 4 but I bought these in a 6. I'm 5' 3" and 118 lbs.
I can't comment on the cashew wunder unders but can tell you I tried on the bordeaux and wanted to love them but just couldn't! the fabric was that stiffer luon and left weird wrinkles. it clung oddly too - sad :(the cashew striped CRB is really cute and a nice weight so maybe the wunder would be as well? - not as thin as the recent angel blue, power purple & split pea.
Great photos! It's always fun to get a sneak peek at new products. Thanks LLA :)Re: Anonymous @August 31, 2012 4:50 PMThe Black & Cashew Tonka Stripe WUC's are definitely made of lighter-weight fabric. I didn't like the light-colored stitching on them so I passed on even trying them on. Definitely not as thick as the old style WUC's, but not as sheer as the burnout looking Ziggy Embossed WUC's that came out earlier in August. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
O.M.G. Seriously? More milky way stuff? All we need now is a milky way define and turbos and LLL will basically have released this pattern in every item they make. I just don't get the fascination with this print so it's a bit frustrating to see so many things being released in this print and nothing released in portapottie or dense purple.
Ok totally OT here... and please don't think I'm some sorta internet weirdo! I'm considering getting a boob job and was wondering if theres any fit ladies around here who might be able to answer a few questions for me? I work really hard to be lean and healthy... but thats resulted in a chest similar to a 12 year old boys for me. So since I'm a girl and aged 32 its something I'd really like to change. Anyway theres a few things concerning me... mainly does anyone know how long it takes after the surgery before your able to exercise again? Particularly heavy weight training and running? And are there any things you can never do anymore?!? Any insight would be much appreciated :)
@ Anon 8:33I totally agree. They release a questionable print in every item, meanwhile - where is the Scoop Me Up Tank in Angel Blue, Dense Purple or Power Purple?I feel as though there is no rhyme or reason to the releases. It is as though they are throwing a plate of spaghetti against the wall and seeing what sticks.
I took 2-3 weeks to light exercising. My doctor advised me not to do heavy exercising until(I believe it was) the 3 month mark and went through several follow-ups.I can do pretty much anything. The only thing I have been too scared to do again is skiing - I had a nasty wipeout about a year before the surgery and get visions of $10k going down the drain with a bad fall. My doctor thinks I am being too cautious though. Apparently it would take enough force to break ribs to break the implants.
Hi Kathleen, thanks so much for your feedback! 3 months seems like such a long time to wait but I'm sure (hopefully!) its all worth it. Glad to hear there aren't really any exercises that are off limits. Anyway I really appreciate the response :)
Jane: one more thing I wanted to pass along - I forgot to include that I went somewhat larger with my implants (to a DD) - a doctor would be best to ask, but I believe going a bit smaller may make it possible to work out sooner. I also had them placed under the muscle, so obviously this would impact healing time as well.All in all, I am very pleased with the decision. I know they are not for everyone but weighing the pros and cons, I am super happy I went with the implants.
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