Thursday, January 30, 2014

NEW!! Pink Zing Cadet Blue Wee Are From Space Wunder Under Crops in Canada



New Pink Zing Cadet Blue Wee Are From Space (WAFS) Wunder Under crops have been spotted in Canadian stores.  I hope the US gets these WAFS crops soon, I just came from my store and no wee space or even fatique green Studio Pants.

56 comments:

Lauren F. said...

Oooo! I kinda like these! They might be too wild for me, so I'll have to check them out in the store.

Anonymous said...

Is it possible this could come in a CRB? I'm newer to Lululemon but I'm sure I saw someone had an older wee are from space CRB in a picture on one of the blogs. Thanks

Anonymous said...

It's pretty. Hope we see this on the next upload in the US.

Anonymous said...

LOVE this color run! Where oh where is it in the U.S. stores? I hate to try to buy online since it goes so fast.
Thank you anyone who can give us information.

Torres Girls said...

Love love love..I can't wait to get these! Thanks for posting :)

Anonymous said...

I wish the seams were pink. I have a feeling the blue will be a little too stark. That being said I love anything WAFS. These will be mine!

Anonymous said...

I'd get the green ones but these are a little too loud for bottoms for my taste. I do love the grey wafs I got last month. They're a teensy bit sheer in a full bend, but the print camouflages that nicely.

Jax+Puzzle said...

I like WAFS even though my fiancé calls it "we are from the 80s." I will disappointed if the stitching is a crotch highlighter, like the fruity pebbles colored March WAFS of 2012. But I might want them anyway! I like the yellow/orange that is mixed in this color way. Cute!

Anonymous said...

Off Topic, but anyone seen Nike's current special edition tight that's expected to drop this weekend? (just caught it on their Nike Training Club Facebook page) Gorgeous! It's a similar color palate to wee are from space, but radically different design. Psyched that other companies are really stepping up their game in terms of design.

On a lulu front, stopped by my Chicago store yesterday and they had the Grace crops on sale. Bought a pair in Soot and took them for a spin this morning on the treadmill. As compressive as the Inspire's from last year and not sheer at all. Pretty pleased with the purchase.

Anonymous said...

These are very juvenile looking (Ivivva-ish), but I could do a CRB in it, or bang buster. :)

Anonymous said...

They seem cute but I'm from Canada and not holding out any hope of getting these considering how fast the green ones sold out on the website and in stores. Its just not worth the time and energy for me to either stay up late until the upload or frantically check the stores in my city everyday...it's just a pair of workout crops, if lulu wanted me to buy them they would make more:)

Anonymous said...

Twist Bra is online now. I don't think it was there yesterday...was it?

I would have bought it if it weren't for that weird opening in the center. It makes it look like it ripped.

Anonymous said...

Oh no…I'm going to be burned at the stake for this, but I don't think I like these. The contrast stitching draws so much attention to your crotch! YIKES. The other thing is that for some reason, these colors look a little juvenile to me. I'm not sure why, but they just kind of seem very young. I know I will be seeing lots of 50+ women in the gym in these and it seems like an odd match. I'm probably alone on this one, but I think the stitching wasn't a good idea.

Anyone else having the same reaction or is it just me?

Anonymous said...

Looks a lot like the WAFS Multi from a few years back, but the multi is more red. If this print comes in a CRB I'll definitely get it since I already have the multi in the Power Y. The crops are a little too "hey, here are my legs!" for me. I'd probably only wear them if I had toothpicks for legs.

stylista diva said...

I don't know - that color combo seems a bit outrageous rainbow to me. I'd have to see how it looks on. I was disappointed with the Pink Zing brightness in the WUC and the black liner in the short (that shows through).

Anonymous said...

This pattern looks almost identical to the march WAFS pattern! Or am I going crazy?

Anonymous said...

Finally something fun that I want!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Check them out on Lulumum - these crops are really cute until you see the cadet blue stitching - yep right through the crotch - if the crappy gussets doesnt give you CT the stitching will. SMH - really LLL do you have female designers or what????

amazr said...

I have that older wee space CRB and just love it! Goes with so many things. Some colors in it are dazzling orange, angel blue, ultra violet, & concord grape. I like this new zing pink combination too. Hmmm, think I will pull out that tank for the gym tomorrow! ;)

Tegan said...

OT- wasn't someone looking for the post practice cardi in oatmeal size 4? I found one. Email me Tegan.wheeler@gmail.com

Karin said...

Please, please, please Lulu make a CRB in this WAFS color scheme.

Anonymous said...

These are super cute. I might actually make a purchase for the first time since Christmas. Hope these come to the US.

Our Daily Lemon said...

My favorite fabric ever!! Wee space is so awesome.

Anonymous said...

Why the dark contrast stitching??!!

Anonymous said...

Those are pretty wild and remind me of last year's we are from space, I have yoga shorts that look a lot like those. The yellow shade looks new.

M

Anonymous said...

First the crotch-framing mula bundle zipper bottom then the crotch -extending contrast stitch on these WUC?! Is this a joke? Really too bad cause I think I'd have to have these if it wasn't for the blue stitch.

M said...

Loving practically anything Pink Zing at the moment (and I'm not a PINK kind of girl, I just love bright colors). I wanted to keep the Pink Zing WUCs, but they were a bit too sheer for my liking. Here's to hoping they go on sale, because I might consider it then.

Back to these WAFS Pink Zing crops: Yes, the blue stitching is a bit of a damper, but I hope to try these on before purchasing. I am sort of new to LLL and hope they will be doing more WAFS type things this coming year.

Anonymous said...

Anon at 12:58. yep, I had the ones from a while back you are likely referring to. Although I loved the color, I totally agree about the "here are my legs" and "only if I had toothpicks for legs".

I might go for a crb, for sure.

Anonymous said...

Not fond of the blue stitching, orange or pink stitching and i would have been all over it like stink on sh..!! ha ha ha! O well i do like the fabric though its pretty just hate the contrast of blue thread! I finally got my practice daily pants in the deep zin back from being hemmed and i'm in love! I never would have thought to try them on but the sales associate brought them for me to try and low and behold i loved them! can't wait to wear them!

Anonymous said...

Want - would love a CRB in this.

Anonymous said...

when looking at the WAFS crops, among many colours it looks like somewhat of an orange-y colour in there - i missed out on getting hold of the flash and flash light items during that period, and am hoping to see some of that this coming season - i know many of you are tired of the brights and orange stuff - but fingers crossed for just a bit of flash! :)

Anonymous said...

If a 50+ woman can rock these, you should be bowing in her wake....

Anonymous said...

These are cute. But like others, what I really want is a CRB in this pattern and/or the green wafs too.

Anonymous said...

and in a Free to Be bra as well.

Anonymous said...

WTH is with the LLL design team?? Dark stitching @ the crotch to emphasize camel toe even more! All I can say is they must be men doing this!

Anonymous said...

These are an easy pass. I love WAFS prints but I am not in to pink at all. I've been a lulu addict for about two years now and I don't have any pink items. I find zing pink way too bright. I'd love a cadet blue WAFS print.

Anonymous said...

the dark contrast looks cool to me but it's definitely going to be a problem in the crotch. i do hope for a CRB in this or the other WAFS - love mine (the one with red in it, discussed above) from a couple of years ago. of course it might be too neon but i am hopeful!

any real-life reviews of how bright the zing pink ebb to street tank is?

Anonymous said...

That was me! And I lucked out and got one on a return tonight in Newmarket! They didn't even get the oatmeal colour in (only black and orange) so I completely lucked out!! Thank you so much though. I love that people on here care to help other Lulu addicts out!!

Anonymous said...

I'm from Ontario and a client of mine grabbed these for me tonight as well as the green WAFS crops, the camo Wunder unders and she found me the post practice cardi (happened to be standing there when someone was returning it). I train her tomorrow so I'll be trying on all the bottoms and reporting on size and fit :) I feel like a kid waiting for Christmas morning!!

Anonymous said...

Contrast stitching is aweful !

J. LIEU said...

it's actually not as pink, it's more orange-y/peachy! I still like it, but it definitely wasn't what the pics show.

Anonymous said...

My 13 yr old will love them and honestly I cannot imagine them on anyone much older.........really ladies ??

Anonymous said...

Slightly Of but I just got the wafs heathered black/black reversible wunder unders and am loving them. They are super soft and opaque, first pair of wunder unders I've bought in what seems like forever that won't be returned for sheerness.

Anonymous said...

@5:46 PM - the zing pink ebb to street tank is super bright. I saw it in my store window today and was surprised how bright it was even though I have the zing pink NLT, FTB bra and 105F singlet. I need to try everything on this weekend to decide whether to keep them. If bali breeze is a blue green I would probably prefer that instead. I like pink but it's a bit bright for me.

Anonymous said...

$80 crops on a 13 year old...really lady?

Anonymous said...

For all of you that commented this print is "juvenile" or only those "13 and under". Shouldn't make a blanket statement. I have seen a fellow yogi who will be 50 this year, sport all kinds of "crazy" or "juvenile" wuc. She rocks them all! An accomplished yogi with a very healthy body. Granted that she wears size 2 or 4 bottom, but mostly it's her sweet, playful personality and chutzpah that shines through. She can wear ANYTHING and put me and all you downers to shame! (I'm in my mid 20's and not a couch potato either!) Like someone said above,"If a 50+ woman can rock these, you should be bowing in her wake...." That is so true! So come on ladies! Just because you don't like or can't sport it, don't make remarks that are cruel those who choose to!!!

Anonymous said...

Well, I think they're cute and will squeeze my almost 45-year old self into them, to wear on my slow march toward death!

Seriously, some people here really crack me up. I have the flash wee stripes from 2012- they are about as bright - and have never given a second thought about wearing them.

It's not like I'll be twerking on the treadmill while I wear them.

Our Daily Lemon said...

I love your comment! Colors make me happy, and I have no intention of switching over to all black at a certain age. Bravo to you!

amazr said...

@Anonymous 6:50 am

You crack me up! I am right there with you! While these paticular wee stripes are not for me, I am marching toward death in my parallel stripe WU's and Rasp. Glo hyperstripe RFYL crops! Super fun! If ya can't hide it, decorate it!

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 6:50 am: haha! Right on. I love your sense of humor!

Anon @ 3:02 am: I'm not the original poster but I can't say I appreciate your judgement. I too would buy these for either of my daughters and one is slightly younger than OP's. My children wear nice clothes (a whole lot nicer than lululemon!) - always have, always will - and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

If you could afford it you'd be singing a different tune. I mean really, how much more transparent could you be!?!

Anonymous said...

6:29 loving your comment. such an open mind. there are plenty of older women that can rock stuff like the above crops. My run club has a few of them, and I would only discourage if they were out of shape, but those ladies are strong and in awesome shape.

M

Anonymous said...

Gosh my 13 yr old has many items from Lulu and so do many of her friends so I don't see why it is such a shocker to some that the woman above says her 13 yr old will love them. News flash ........ Everyone wears LLL and has for yrs now!

As for all the other comments.......people wear what you want as nobody actually cares anyway. We all have our opinions and that is all they are .......opinions!

Wake up everyday, live the life you want and just be awesome!!


Anonymous said...

JUST SAW A TWIN TO THESE AT TARGET. C9 IN THE LITTLE GIRLS DEPARTMENT

Anonymous said...

Yuck with the comments about how much money people have/don't have. That's really distasteful. Here is what I never understand: Just because someone has a lot of money and can afford to spend a lot on one of item of clothing doesn't mean the item is "worth" the price. Lots of things factor into the making of 1 garment and sadly, most garments aren't worth the price tags they come with (cheap, exploitative labor, companies trying to use cheap material to keep production costs low and increase profits etc.). I don't care if you have 2 billion dollars, if you're a crappy person who puts others down because they don't think $80.00 workout crops are appropriate for a growing teenager who probably won't fit in them next year or even want to wear them, then you need a pretty harsh lesson in reality.

I think people check out this blog because they find buying Lululemon clothes enhances their workout practices and makes them feel good about themselves. To each his own. But when you start putting others down with comments about whether or not someone can afford expensive workout pants, then you need to check yourself before you wreck yourself!

I'm glad I'm sitting behind a computer and not standing in front of the commenter who left that nasty post because I think we would have had words. Nothing I can't stand more than elitists.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 10:38 AM
Yes, agree on the part of :you wear what you want and I wear what I want. :) Opinions are just that, opinions! It's the delivery of said opinions that are rubbing people the wrong way. And that's my opinion. ;)

one_blogger said...

@anon 6:50am-"I won't be twerking on the treadmill:...thanks for the belly laugh!

I love wearing colorful clothes, it makes me happy. I'm almost 50 and not in the best shape. If someone looks my way & doesn't quite like my shape, I'll be just crushed and depressed, and will wonder why they don't like my figure...then I'll stay in the house for a week instead of going to work and caring for my teen child....just kidding. No sweat off my tush if someone thinks I'm not fit enough!

Keep making people laugh! You're a good egg. I plan on continuing to wear WWTFIWT...that stands for 'wearing whatever the **** I want too'~ peace to all.