Thursday, February 6, 2014

NEW Tuck Me In Tank






New Mesh tank called the Tuck Me In. It looks a lot like a No Limits without the band at the bottom. I'll definitely want to check this out.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Have to say I prefer the No Limits. I prefer my tops not so loose at the bottom. Amazed at how much new year Lululemon is constantly producing! :)

Anonymous said...

Love to see Lululemon on "real" body types not just stick figures. The girl with a fuller figure looks awesome in her outfit!

Anonymous said...

So there is now a complete full run of sizes availablein the Gratitude Wrap in Zinfindel, White and Inkewell. What happened to their beloved scarcity model??

RanaLC said...

yikes ! the no limit tank is so much better. i can see the tucking in look may be problematic at the stomach/hip area for some ppl (including myself) >< last thing i want to look is even more short waisted

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry....that tuck me tank is the most unflattering tank I've ever seen.

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 2:33

News flash: I don't have a fuller figure, and I'm "real," too. Discrimination against ANY body type is bad.

Anonymous said...

I'm liking this new tank. I saw a really fit petite woman at the gym yesterday with the two in one run tank on and it was so flattering on her from the rear as I watched her run on the treadmill. This tank looks similar to that tank but without the awful bra looking part in the front. Since this can be tucked in it would be good for crossfit. I don't typically like fly away type tanks because I don't like to show my belly since I have a little pouch but this looks like it would look ok tucked in. Love both colors. I have two no limits and they are great but they ride up anyway.

Anonymous said...

I can see why this tank would appeal to some people.

It's not for me; I don't even wear the no limits tank that I own. Prefer to be in a CRB.

Anonymous said...

Just out of curiosity, what exactly are "real" bodies? I am what you would probably call a stick figure, and I am real. I'm also an athlete that genetically just doesn't build a lot of bulky muscle even though I do Crossfit and lift weights. Why do women constantly talk about "real" bodies and bash each other? Be happy with yourself and don't hate on other people's body types! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for saying this! I don't understand why "full-figured" means "real" to so many people, but I see comments like that a lot.

We are all real women with real bodies, each different and beautiful.

Anonymous said...

I also prefer a CRB. The blousy tanks make me look enormous and the tuck me in tank just looks poorly made and doesn't drape nicely with the super loose and super scooped hem. Lulu, just quit making sheer pants! Then people wouldn't have to wear these ugly tops to cover their butts!

Anonymous said...

I guess a real woman's body is a subjective thing.

If someone is tall and thin they are not an illusion, they are pretty real; if someone is short and super busty, they are also real.

We come in all shapes & colors and that is a good thing.

M