Monday, October 14, 2013

NEW! Polar Parka, New Hoodie Style, and More




New Polar Parka Jacket. (Thanks to Ms. W. for the tag photo.)


A new hoodie style. I don't have a name or other info on this but it looks promising.



More Avenue Pullover photos. I like the black one.

These weren't labeled but I think they are the Shine tights since they have a sheen to them.

The Second Chance Pant

24 comments:

macfrannie said...

OT- I'm in Salt Lake City and I picked up one extra of the pink vinyasa. I was going to return it but if anyone would like to buy it for list price plus tax and shipping let me know. Macfrannie@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

OMG OMG!!!! Have you seen the Polar Parka in person???? Is it fitted in the waist or a horrible drop waist like the last few long jackets? I can't tell from the pic. I REALLY WANT a wintery jacket from lulu of years gone by. Is this it???? :-)

Anonymous said...

I just called my local store, the parka is 298 if anyone is wondering.

Disposable Income Girl said...

I'm starting to like those shine tights. I might need them.

Anonymous said...

Polar Parka. No, it looks dumpy imo. Aritzia makes WAY nicer (and warm) jackets than this one that LLL is offering. I'd also rather put my $ towards an authentic Canada Goose jacket.

Anonymous said...

I do not care for the waistband or zipper on that new hoodie.

Anonymous said...

The fact that I can see her thong through those shiny leggings, does not bode well for their thickness.

Anonymous said...

Are those green bean in the flow crops? I haven't been a fan of green bean but I really like those!

Anonymous said...

Second Chance pants: aptly named! I'm sure there will be loads of them on WMTM, they are butt ugly!

Anonymous said...

I don't like the weird flap on the hood of the parka. Unless it's done up it looks kind of out of place.

Anonymous said...

I want to see that Parka in real life!!!! I've been coveting a jacket like that for a while...

Hoodie also looks promising - is that a filter or more of a denim color? I like it!

Anonymous said...

Just picked up the avenue pullover from The store featuring the 2nd pick up top. They had a charcoal grey and light grey. I sized down, my normal size would have worked but it was looking a little big thru the body but I think either would be fine. A size down is still plenty room. Dispite it's hefty price tag $118. I do think I will wear it almost daily. I thought I was nuts when I spent $98 on a pair of sweatpants (the tea lounge from last fall) and I love those sooo much. This is gonna be great for this Minnesota stay home mom! Love the funnel neck and draw strings. The pics don't do it justice. 76% cotton 24% poly. The light grey is very cute to and felt softer for some reason although the fabric content was the same. Happy shopping!!

Anonymous said...

I just bought the parka, it's amazing. So lightweight, but incredibly warm. It's nicely fitted and not boxy at all. It's nice and long and the hood is a great size. Best of all the neck goes up all the way to my face. A must in chicago winters. The girls at my store were saying there were some misses lately, but lulu nailed it with this one.

Those boxy tweet longer coats (softshells) are down to 139 at my store. Major miss. The Parka, love!

Anonymous said...

I don't like the dual tone on the parka.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 3:11pm - You can't SEE her thong. You can see the outline of it, as you can in any tight-fitting pants when your underwear aren't seamless. I have just purchased the Shine Tights myself, and they are not sheer.

Anonymous said...

I wonder what fabric the Shine Tights are made of, they look interesting and if they are made of substantial fabric, it might be worth buying. BTW I don't think it's her thong in the pic, it's sun light/shade. I hope they are not see through. Keep my fingers crossed.

On the other note, wtf is LLL thinking about producing $128 pullover that looks so mediocre?! There is no design in it and it cost probably $8 to make them in China. The greed is written all over the apparel.

Anonymous said...

The hood of the parka in the very first photo looks just like when my dog was neutered and had to wear a plastic cone/collar like that, to prevent him from liking himself there lol

Anonymous said...

How much is the Parka? I might love it!

Anonymous said...

OT-anyone else having quality issues w/their Yogasmoga leggings? I've already contacted customer service once about the gold stitched triangle on the back unraveling (they were very nice and gave me some smog bucks), but now the stitching on the crotch is coming undone too! I'm wondering if this is just a bad pair or if others are having similar problems.

Anonymous said...

The Polar Parka is amazing! Bought it today on a whim and I am in love. It's warm without being to heavy and I think it will be great when it starts to get really cold. SO much more flattering then any of the jackets lulu has put out in a while.

Anonymous said...

I hesitate to spend $300 on a lulu winter coat when you don't live near a store. A lot of times, Lululemon jacks up the price to see if people are willing to pay $300 for a coat and then a week or two later they reduce it by $40-$50. I don't mind paying hefty prices but then it's a slap in the face if they reduce the price in a few weeks by $50, so I think I'll wait this out and if I don't end up with a new jacket I'm okay with that. That extra $50 can be used towards a shopping spree at Sephora where its nothing for a girl to blow $500! ;) I mean...$50 is a new lipgloss!

Mandy said...

I've had no quality issues with my YS pants. I've got the Tippy Toe Leggings and Run, Jump and Play crops.
I'm sorry to hear about your issues...

Ljg680 said...

What is the pullover material? It says cotton fleece, is that full on fleece? I feel like fleece stuff I have bought in the past at lulu looks dingy after a while with pilling :(

Anonymous said...

The tag for the pricey polar parka has a spelling error, I think they meant insulation. Please correct me if I am wrong. I think Patagonia has really nice long lasting jackets for the same price that are made really well.

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