Thursday, February 27, 2014

New Print Pattern Coming

Spotted in an Australian store, a print that looks a lot like the older beloved Coal Strata Stripe print. (Thanks to Ms. F. for the photo.)

6 comments:

Emily said...

Omg!!! I discovered pics of this as a WUC after I became a luluaddict and it was always one of my favourite patterns. This will be MINE if it comes out in a WUC!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, it's interesting to see everyone's excitement for the patterns and colors now out... I don't like any of them! It looks like a lot of emphasis at the moment is on patterned crops, and since I never wear crops (and don't/didn't like any of beachscape, milky way, floral platoon, camo of any kind, parallel stripe, petite fleur, denim, etc etc), it's been a lovely wallet-relief period for me. (I don't like the color of these shorts, either - looks like a washed-out version of coal strata stripe.) Also I don't like pastels (including creamsicle pop, not to my taste at all), or any shade of pink, orange, or yellow, so I'm hoping the spring palettes have LOTS of pastels and colors like that, so my wallet can continue having a break! I love reading about everyone's excitement about all these, though. Kind of like shopping vicariously, without spending any money!

macfrannie said...

As Ms. F I need to give credit for my Aussie friend Ms. P for the photo. Just want to make sure credit is given where credit is due. :)

Anonymous said...

Anyone miss the green WAFS WUC? I am returning my size 6. Email me at Sandracasey0 at gmail.com
It's a zero after my name :) I'm in the US

Anonymous said...

So I just received my flip your dog shirt or whatever it's called! It's actually amazing! It's loose and fitted at the same time! It looks ├╝ber sexy because its so effortless! I didn't want to like it! I planned to return it! Arghhhhh!! I also managed to snag a energy bra in Paris perfection! Looks like an expensive month!

Anonymous said...

Anyone have clues on when the beachscape Speed shorts will hit the states? I'm on the hunt after seeing them from Australia on this blog