Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Baroque Blue Studio Pants and More



The Baroque Blue Studio Pants. Shown with a Lavender Dusk Forme, Double Diamond Scuba, and Petal Pop Multi CRB.


The new White/Medium Gray Wee Stripe Scuba.

The Reflectivity on the Bandit Jacket and Runday Crops.

Baroque Blue Sweat Once a Day bag.

Fresh Teal Nice Asana and Forme Jackets


Fresh Teal Studio Crops and Pop Plaid Multi Play All Day shorts. I would think this plaid will show up in other sorts like the Speeds, at least. (These items are from Australia.)


Om tee and Will Pant.


46 comments:

Anonymous said...

What time are the loot uploads now?

LuluAddict said...

Lol, I was wondering that myself. I think they are typcially later, like 10:45-midnight.

Anonymous said...

For those in/near Roseville, CA - I saw $19 astro pants in store today!!! Only size 12 left.

Anonymous said...

They can call them baroque blue DS pants all they want, but those definitely look recycled from last year. Whatever that blue was called. They look like hospital scrubs too.

The Play All Day shorts were already ugly to me, and man, now looking at the back: what a disaster!!

Also, boring wmtm upload. Fine by me not to spend.

Anonymous said...

Fresh Teal crops: also look like scrubs.

Anonymous said...

WMTM is up!

Anonymous said...

WMTM up!

Anonymous said...

Lol! Those Astro shorts that were selling for $24 earlier in the week are on WMTM. Nothing for me tonight, phew! I am finally saving some $ for a change! The uploads aren't doing anything for me and nothing on WMTM is calling my name. Hubby is thrilled, lol!

Anonymous said...

So WMTM is up and the runaway fleece is there. I'm considering one but never tried it on and doubt any of my stores have them left at this point.

I'm 5'4", 115lbs, 32B chest and usually get size 4 for tops, tanks, and bras. I'm reading this is kind of tight in the shoulders. Anyone have any feedback or advice? Thanks!

Emily said...

I kinda love the teal studio crops...I'll have to check those out in store. Still dying for the Every Yogi LS to appear!!!

Anonymous said...

Last night was actually a few minutes before 9:45 pacific.

LuluAddict said...

I checked - you can see my last post last night was at 10:15 and I didn't see anything. Must be that cache refresh thing blocked it, freaking website.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 3:58 am - the hips are snug - no stretch - so buy the size that fits your hip measurement best.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I live in the PNW, and the WMTM didn't come up until after 10 for me either.

Anonymous said...

Any intel on if we will see the Boroque Blue tame me tank, that's on the Australian site?

Anonymous said...

Nothing in WMTM is calling my name. I was hoping to see more of the tank and short styles that have been sitting around for a while, but oh well.

Did anyone read the reviews for the Moto Jacket? I'm convinced the first 2-3 or so are written by lulu employees. Whenever I'm in a store and try something on that's big, bulky, and not flattering I always hear from the GEs, "You'll LOVE it, it's just like a BIG warm hug!!!" *eyeroll*

Anonymous said...

OT LLA do you think the roll out tank is destined for WMTM? I was one of the few it seems who loved and bought it, but I'm nervous to take the tags off for fear It'll go on sale and I'll be the dummy who paid full price. I got the blue in a 4 so maybe that size wouldn't make it to sale? Help!

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 8:04 am - so many people have reported on this blog they have fit problems with this top I have to think it would likely go on sale but if you are a popular size, like a 4, you run the risk it won't be available in that size when it does go to markdown. I mean, I think you could play a game where you buy it and return it a few times over waiting for it to go to markdown but would it be worth it? I bet the first cut markdown would be something like $49, maybe $39, so you have to weigh the inconvenience of waiting several weeks to save $19-29. Only you can decide if that is worth it to you.

JenO said...

This is off topic, but does anyone else find yoga smoga leggings to be really short? I am only 5'4" and I sent my first pair back because they barely touched my ankles. They measured the pair I sent back and said they are the right length. Not sure how anyone taller then me would fit into these leggings without them looking too short? Wondering what others think?

Anonymous said...

Yeah I checked on my phone at 9:45 pacific and didn't see anything but then refreshed cache and it was there. So annoying.

Anonymous said...

@anon 3:58 - stores in nyc have them (the runaway fleece) and marked them down yesterday - i waited to get it on markdown, i got a size 6 b/c i wanted it to be super roomy - my lulu top size is a 4. i think it depends on your hips... for me the 6 does not stay on the hip - it just hangs but i love it!! got the black one last night - i think you will end up loving it - esp for around home.

Anonymous said...

Hi LLA this is anon8:04. Thank you for your reponse! That's a very good point, first cut of sales won't even be a huge difference in price. I'm just so used to feeling like I gotta rush and get something before it sells out that this is a new thing for me! I keep going back and forth keeping it because of the negative reviews, but each time I try it on I love it. I think the material is softer than the 105fs and the roll out is more flattering on my petite frame since I can't size down in 105fs smaller than a 2. Fingers crossed for those zing pink WUCs soon!!!

Anonymous said...

OT: Does anyone know what boots the girl is wearing in the last photo? They look really cute, and I should buy some winter boots before they sell out for the season.

Another question: Does anyone remember if the Free to Be bra sizes changed last fall, like how the Energy Bra sizes changed? I had to size up in Energy Bras from a 6 to an 8, and I'm thinking about buying a FTB, but I'm not sure if I should size up in that too. I have size 6's at home that work, but I bought them a year ago.

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I need some washing advice.
I got the cozy yogi infinity scarf on MD yesterday.
That sold out quick online in spite of being $130 in early december.
I got it for $70....it's the same heavy knit material as the passage sweater. it says hand wash and lay flat to dry. It just takes so long! Anybody have any tips? Like put in in the dryer on low heat ? Laundry mesh bags to prevent snags?
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

FIT REVIEW: Roll it Out Tank - I purchased a size 6 in both Black and Grey/Petal Pop.

I weigh 90lbs, stand at 5'5 and wear a 30E/DD bra. I take a size 2 in LLL tops and bottoms, and a 4 in bras. First off, there is no doubt in my mind that this is an odd fitting tank. For some reason the band beneath the bust does not seem to change much between sizes, and I this may contribute to so many complaints. I could have purchased a size 8 - maybe even 10, and it would have been a decent fit. Regardless I have not experienced any "rolling out" of the girls with these sizes. I think you need a specific body type for this tank to work - mainly a VERY narrow ribcage, so that the fabric does not stretch to make your cheast look wide or reveal the goods.

Although this fit works for me - and my guess is very few others, I don't think this is the norm for LLL's clientelle or most women in general. I would not wear this to yoga - or any atheletic endevours in general due to its low cut design, but I intend to wear them casually as they are INCREDIBLY comfortable and flattering for my body. Again, a pretty pointless product for a brand that produces active wear - but I did buy it so I can't complain. If you don't want to wear this for workouts and you have a similar body type to mine, I would suggest you size up as much as you can in this tank. It may surprise you, or it may be horrifying.

Anonymous said...

@10:10
I roll my hand washed items (especially merino wool and cashmere) into dry towels. That takes a lot of moisture out and they dry super fast.

Torres Girls said...

Did the om tee already come online? It's so cute I want it :)

Anonymous said...

Anon@10:10, I never hand wash anything! U don't have that particular scarf, but I put everything in a mesh lingerie bag and put the machine on gentle. I also use Dreft, Woolite or some similar mild detergent on truly delicate sweaters. I then lay them flat to dry on a rack. I've never had any problems doing this, in fact have done the same things for dry clean recommended stuff. So far, everything has stayed intact. (The dry clean only, you do run a chance of shrinkage--which as we know from a Seinfeld episode is always bad!) I hope this helps you! Who has time to hand wash anything any more? We all have very busy lives! I even do this with gasp, underwire bras, bathing suits, etc.

Anonymous said...

Those are Sorel boots, I have the exact same pair. Super warm but a bit heavy if you're wanting them for walking.

Anonymous said...

yea! A couple nice things on WMTM (Canada) today... I got a cornflower blue CRB. I don't have any blue CRBs and they only had my size left.

Anonymous said...

Anon@9:59, those boots in the last pic look exactly like my Sorels. Nordstrom actually has a pretty decent selection of them (at least they did when I got mine earlier).

Anon@7:49 a.m., I was at the Bridgeport store the day after Christmas. The Moto jacket was NEVER on my radar. It was on the sale rack, and because OR has no sales tax, it was tempting. I tried it on, and I was shocked! It is warm, and so soft inside. The sleeves aren't overly long and it's the perfect length if you are short (I'm only 5' tall). I have small hips, so the hip thing some people complained about wasn't a problem.

I sized down to a 2 from my normal 4. (Which is also what I've done on some Lulu running jackets and my Gratitude Wrap as well). It fits loosely enough that I can layer several things under it. It doesn't look like much on the hanger, but I have to tell you, it is one of the coziest jackets I have. I absolutely love it.

I also have to say I am digging my gratitude wrap as well. I got a Zinfindel one, and I wish I had kept the Inkwell one I had ordered as well (I returned it because I thought I didn't need 2). I wear it all the time, and I always get compliments. The arms were tight at first, but they have actually stretched out, and I can wear thick, long sleeved shirts under it now (which I couldn't when I first wore it). I'm so glad I bought into the Gratitude Wrap I saw rampant on here! I will wear that thing until it is a holey rag!

Anonymous said...

Oh, and 9:59 a.m., the Sorel boots are really comfortable. They have incredible arch support and I can wear them to walk around in for hours, I kid you not. Plus they are super warm. I wore those and wool sox to a very chilly football game recently, and my feet (which are always cold) were just fine.

Anonymous said...

Whenever I hand wash heavy knit items like that I find they dry much faster if I place it between two towels and then roll it all very tightly squeezing out the excess water. After doing that, I lay the item flat to dry.

Anonymous said...

anon 9:59a: Those look like Sorel Joan of Arctic boots.

Anonymous said...

Australia got a ridiculous tank that looks like a bib. It's called the "All Tied Up Tank"

Anonymous said...

@ANON 9:59 they are sorel boots.

I am wondering when the OM tee will go up on the website. did I miss it?

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:59am the boots look like Sorel Joan of Arctic boots.

http://www.sorel.com/womens-joan-of-arctic-boot-NL1540.html

Anonymous said...

Sure wish they would do the studio in a tall length in a new color. Only have grey, navy, and black right now and I already have all those. Would love the new blue! :(

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:59 - those boots are Sorel Joan of Arctica I believe. They're def Sorel.

Anonymous said...

@ 9:59, those are Sorel boots.
http://www.sorel.com/womens/


Toronto shoppers, as of this evening, Eaton Centre LLL has several of the Runaway Fleece on markdown (same as wmtm) in all colours. They also had the Hot Cheeks short in size 8 and up, in the black and deep zinfandel for I think $49. They also had a few of the Post Chatarunga Pullover on markdown $69 or $79. A variety of one offs left on markdown, like In the flow shorts, astro shorts and pants, some tanks and other pants, Groove short in deep zinfadel/baroque, some brushed Forme jackets, and a bunch of bras (yeah yoga, booby bracer). I didn't buy anything.

Anonymous said...

@ 8:36 AM, are you in the US? Just a thought: look at how many of the tanks have gone to (are on) wmtm.

When you want something immediately and want to wear it now, go for it. Myself I'm of the mindset that it often "pays to wait". Some things with LLL I commit to and pay full price and some things I don't. I've never paid full price for a LLL jacket.

Anonymous said...

@jenO - I am also 5'4" and own a pair of Yogasmoga Tippy Toe Leggings (size 4) from the first production (April 2013). They fit me well, but I have the opposite problem and think they're too long! The material bunches up at the ankles for me, which is weird since it doesn't do that on the model, and I feel like my torso/leg length is pretty average and proportional.

Anonymous said...

3:58 am here - thanks for the feedback. I was pleasantly surprised that the Suburban Square PA store had plenty of runaway fleece in stock in all colors so I could try it on. As I noted above I am typically a 4 but sized up to a 6 in this top because the shoulder/chest area is tight. I didn't have so much of a problem with the band around the bottom in a size 4 but because the top area was tight it was not that easy to get on and off. I see what the reviews on the LLL website are referring to in that the bottom band it is not that stretchy. This will be great for weekend errand wear and to/from the gym because it is so warm and soft. I did not think the fleece felt cheap at all.

There was a small sale rack with some $19 CRBs but none were in my size - mostly larger sizes. They still have dog runner pants for $69 if anyone is still looking for them in size 2, 8, 10. They are not on the sale rack but are folded in the cubbies with the leggings and crops. Some black and purple.

Anonymous said...

If it is Merino Do NOT put it in the dryer. Merino felts very very easily so even warm water could hurt it. I agree with above. Lay it out on a towel and the n roll it up. I step on it to get out all the moisture. Put it on a dry towel flat to dry the rest of the way. I knit a lot and this is how I handle all my wool. I have heard if people using an old screen on a drying rack to let air move around and dry it

Anonymous said...

Is there anyone who knows what socks (style and colour) the om tee/will pant woman is wearing in the last photo?
I would be tremendously grateful!

Anonymous said...

Totally off OT, Luluaddict would you start a blog of pics of luluaddicts wearing their lulu. I would love to see how other addicts wear lulu as casual wear.