Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Ebb to Street Bra, New Leg Warmers, and In the Flow Shorts






The new Ebb to Street bra, In the Flow shorts, and Leg Warmers.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

She has no fat! Wow! She's rocking the legwarmers. I would look like a total, sawed off dork in those. I really, really wish Lulu would bring back the running arm warmers with the cuffins! Sigh! The best things ever, and they haven't had them for years.

Anonymous said...

This model/educator really makes everything she has on look good. I remember she was in another set of photos in one of your old posts. Gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Can someone comment on the fit of this bra?

Anonymous said...

Rocking It!

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't call her having no fat but she sure has that "hot yoga teacher" physique down.

But looks like I'd have to return the legwarmers if they're not intended for winter walking but indoor studios as shown above.

Anonymous said...

I agree that she looks great but I'm not loving this new bra - does not look flattering or supportive at all.

Anonymous said...

Agree that she is gorgeous! I'm a 36C and I'm not sure that bra would even be legal on me. No way that I'm wearing it to yoga with inversions and twists. She is making me want to buy those leg warmers though.

Anonymous said...

@RunLiketheWind - OT - you said in a previous post that you don't wear lulu bras. I agree the Energy bra is cute and I've successfully run in it from 5k - 10k distance. Would you mind sharing which brands of bras you like for running? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Wow she makes the legwarmers look amazing (well, she makes it all look amazing).

I'm pretty sure I wouldn't look that good in them!

Anonymous said...

Did I totally miss the all plum NLT on the US website? I have been looking for it the last two uploads but never saw it. Is it possible it won't be uploaded and is only available in stores?

Anonymous said...

For you smaller ladies that wanted a Rulu Vinyasa scarf, but weren't able to get one before they were gone, Ivivva's download has a cute striped tender violet Rulu one. (The other colors are Luon Light). I actually purchased the Rulu herringbone patterned one at a bricks and mortar store. It's smaller than the Lulu scarves which works perfectly for me (I'm on 5' tall, and the Lulu Vinyasa was too much yardage of fabric). The sides aren't hemmed, so they do curl in a little (but that's like the old Vinyasa scarves from a couple years ago). They are only $32, and a nice option for us shorties. I'm tempted to order this new one too.

Anonymous said...

OT - has anyone tried those Trouser Pants that's on the HK site now? Black slim tapered Luon pants. I can't recall seeing it on the US/Intl site and don't have a store near me so a fit review would be great. TIA!

Anonymous said...

The model is amazing, very inspiring, I would not say she has no fat, she is probably 18% to 19% which is just the right amount.
The bra looks like it would stretch out after a few washes.
the leg warmers are hot.


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Anonymous said...

That bra looks unflattering and completely unsupportive. It looks like your boobs will fall out the minute you start moving. It also makes the girls look a little "dragged down" and droopy.
Sorry...I know some people are loving it, but it's like the Bandha Bra in my opinion. Completely poor design considering these are for supporting your breasts while you are ACTIVE.

jen said...

@anon 6:52. I haven't tried any of the lulu bras so I cannot speak to them, but I love the moving comfort Juno bra. I went to REI to try them on to see what size I needed and was able to find them on amazon for much cheaper. I have 5 of these bras and want more. The are perfect for running and CrossFit.

Anonymous said...

the model is the yoga ambassador at the metrotown store in burnaby, bc. she's so awesome to practice with, a total ball of light. :)

Anonymous said...

Lulu has terrible bra pads! They are lumpy and don't hold their shape. I have to replace the new bra pads with my old ones from last year! when did this change start?

Anonymous said...

moving comfort is awesome! better than the tata tamer, imo (and less expensive). i love the fiona and the jubralee, the best support i've found yet! they don't have all the great lulu colors and they aren't cute like the energy, but nothing beats their function.

arsarca said...

OMG I'm kicking myself for not ordering the Yoga Over Skirt — now it's sold out on the Canadian site and sold out of the only of my local stores that received it. But there are full sizes available on the US site. Is anyone willing to angel a size 4 to me? arsarca at gmail... xo

Anonymous said...

Anon@6:52, I really like the Tata Tamer for longer distances (just ran a marathon in one on Sunday, no smooshing) and the Energy works fine for shorter (it does smoosh me). I have also had good luck with CWX (sold at Roadrunnersports online). It's the sports division of Wacoal (which is my normal every day bra). They have bras of varying degree of support, and they do not smoosh. They run about the same as a Tata Tamer (more if you need heavy duty support, but not as much as the Lulu Boobie Bracer). If you go through Ebates (to link to Roadrunner online), they will have additional savings or coupons. (I just ordered my nephew a Garmin watch at Roadrunner linking through Ebates and will get an additional 5% back). If you are lucky enough to have a brick and mortar store near you, and you belong to a local running club, Road Runner will also let you double dip with your running club discount as well as your VIP status if you are a VIP with them. They are the only running store I know that lets you do that.

Anonymous said...

hot hot hot! total girl crush. but that bra really isn't right.

regarding Moving Comfort bras: i have some from a few years ago that i love, but they don't seem to make them any more - i think they were called Maia? they don't have any extra loops or anything, they do hook in the back, and they hold the girls in place just right. better than any lulu bra i've tried. anyone know what i'm talking about? i used to have what seemed like the exact same bra made by Asics, too, but can't seem to find it either. kind of like Hook Me Up but better. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Ivivva also has the rhythmic tight in herringbone. I ordered the 14 and hope it fits like the regular luon rhythmic tight. If that's the case, I'm planning on returning the herringbone WU. I'm usually a 4 or 6 in lulu.

Anonymous said...

OT, but has anyone tried on the new Energy bras that were released this week? Just wondering if I would need to size up with these like I did with the Plum. I wasn't sure if LLL changed the sizing of ALL the new bras or was it just the plum? I can only buy online, so info would be helpful!

Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

i bought this skirt today in store along with a few other items. it is really super cute in person, very very soft luon, fitted - unfortunately i don't have a lot going on in the butt and hips departments so that might be a plus here - but i really think it would look great on lots of people - after hot yoga or just for general street wear - in the nyc store i was in they were really selling well - i'll be bummed if it goes to wmtm after i paid full price but happy for anyone who scoops it up then - i was surprised by how nice it looks on - also the cyb tank is very very well made - got that one in all black and i really like it as well

Anonymous said...

@anon 2:35

I'm with you! I ordered a 6 and now I need an 8 in the plum energy! They are sold out everywhere! Booo! What have I done!!! Oh well as if I don't already have enough plum. But I wanted to wear it with my power class tee.

Did anyone try the urbanite long sleeve yet?

Anonymous said...

Ordered the TV village scarf! Thanks for the tip;)

Anonymous said...

I love these photos of this yoga ambassador. Thank you LLA for finding these and posting.

RunLikeTheWind said...

For the gal who asked, I usually wear Moving Comfort bras. I normally by the "Alexis" model 'cuz I'm small on top, but there are several other models that are intended for bustier ladies. You can always find them online at various stores and even at Dicks Sporting Goods. I usually get last season's colors at Sierra Trading Post.com because they always have super sales and I can get them for $20 a piece. They have separate cups to encapsulate each breast with a little bit of padding, which I like to prevent show-through. They come up high enough on the chest to help avoid the peek-a-boo effect in classes, and the straps only show a little outside the CRB. The only downside is they are the slide over your head kind, and the band is a bit stiff. But they are very affordable and they are very durable.

Anonymous said...

@anon2:35- I would love to buy your sz 6 plum energy if you want to get rid of it and find an 8. You can email me at peaceandjoy@charter.net. Thanks. Maybe there's someone on here with an 8 that doesn't fit? You never know.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the positive comments about Moving Comfort bras. I'm the gal that asked :o) Off to buy some badly needed bras.