Monday, January 27, 2014

New Striped Baroque Blue In the Flow Crops and Ebb to Street Bra

Baroque Blue Ebb to Street Bra








New striped Baroque Blue In the Flow Crop. Also shown is the new Mula Bundle Wrap.




The new Fresh Teal and Black Striped Ebb to Street Tanks






More Mula Bundle Wrap photos. The new green is Heathered Fatigue Green.

Every Yogi Tees have hit the stores.




10 comments:

Anonymous said...

LLA
When are we going to see the Peplum Tunic online???

Anonymous said...

yaaaay!!! stripes!! \o/
cant wait for the upload

Anonymous said...

Why did Lulu add stripes to the leggings? I'd love them just a solid Baroque Blue. Add the stripes and a non-neutral colour on top and we are giving people headaches.

Anonymous said...

That wrap is seriously awful.

Anonymous said...

WHOA! Mula Bundle is a bundle of fabric mess. No way. And the price tag! It's like it can't decide whether or not it's a straight jacket. These cardigans and wraps have been atrocious lately.

I actually think I'll pass on the Ebb crops. I am really, really exhausted with the stripes. It's just too much. Everything is either striped, sheer, or a combination of both. I don't need the Ebb tank. It's kind of boring.

Anonymous said...

Just when I think things can't get any uglier...

Anonymous said...

are these yogi tees much thinner than the last round? i have two and i love them and they are thick but not annoyingly so. these look thin/sheer. anybody have one yet?

ablafeir said...

I picked up the white yogi tee and do love it but it's burnout material so definitely sheer. Super cute on but I'm still kicking myself for shelling out that price!

Luli Designs said...

I would love to know more about the Yogi Tees as well. The white looks sheer but that is not surprising but I am wondering about the Fresh Teal? Are they TTS? I have 6 in the Devotion Short Sleeve and am wondering if the Yogi Tee would fit the same.

Anonymous said...

@ablafeir: are you sure it's burnout (or are you sure it's a yogi tee?) in the past they were "vitasea", which is mostly cotton.

thanks for the info!