Monday, March 31, 2014

More of What Is In the Stores






The new floral print is called Secret Garden. Photos of the new Take Your Om Hoodie. Also shown is the Ebb to Street Pant.

Angel/Lullaby Tonka Stripe Cool Racerback and In the Flow crops.



Lightened Up Pullover photos. I really like this but not at $128.




20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Omg, stop it. That jacket is SO fug. Just place it in WMTM already, or better yet the outlet stores.

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure I had a prom dress in that pattern in like 1989. Yikes.

Anonymous said...

That pattern reminds me of my very first set of couches I had donated to me...from my gramma. I personally don't like it but that may be a good thing considering how much stuff I've purchased lately.

Lisa said...

I hate that print. You could not pay me to wear it.

Anonymous said...

I have to say, enough with the petite fleur print, Lulu. I feel like we got cheated with colors like vintage pink and clear mint...only a few things were released in those colors. But there are TONS of things in this print. Shorts, pants, tanks, bras, jackets. Thought maybe I'd like it in person but no. At least that means I'm spending less $$.

As for the new floral print, it's not my taste, but it looks cute on the swimsuits.

Anonymous said...

Did they make that print for the middle of the country?!

Eric Lewis said...

those BALI BREEZE PACE BREAKERS

Anonymous said...

Why do they keep making things in that ugly Petite Fleur???? Some people must be trying to blend in with their kitchen counters somewhere.... Miss, miss and a miss with all these. That floral print is too hideous for words.

Anonymous said...

Suddenly, petit fleur looks really really good! :D

Anonymous said...

That print must be the April Fool's joke. Yikes!

Anonymous said...

Okay that is the worst print I have seen in a LONG time...looks like we're all going to Bingo with grams! The ebb to street pants look like they're pointelleial mater?!

Oilily said...

Oh - April fools, right?

Anonymous said...

I like certain floral prints that Lulu has come up with in the last few years... but this one is oh so ugly ! Might be ok for a bikini but not a whole jacket. What a sight !

L said...

Anon @ 5:23pm, have you ever even been to the middle of the country? I've lived in major cities on both coasts, the Midwest, and the South and I would consider it much more likely to see that print popularized in Boston or Brooklyn than anywhere else.

Kind of surprised that comment got approved, LLA. It adds nothing but ignorant snark to the discussion.

Anonymous said...

Lol... I am sure that many grannies have better taste than that horrific print. Mine sure did... 40s glamour all the way. It's like urban outfitters trying to bring back "mom jeans"

...kind of a misogynistic way to describe bad fashion???

Anonymous said...

@5:23 your comment on "the middle of the country" is way out of line. There are plenty of fashion forward people in the Midwest and amazing cities like Chicago and Minneapolis are just one example. Have you ever been out of your perfect world to check out "the middle". Shame on you for such an inconsiderate comment.

Anonymous said...

I'm just happy that pigment blue is back...

Anonymous said...

@5:23 @4:33
I'm not from anywhere near the midwest, but I wanted to share some things I recently read about the midwest:

-that Minneapolis is considered the US' fittest city
(So there! To all the people whi made snarky comments about a Lulu warehouse sale being held there)

-that places in the midwest ar becoming well-known hubs for creative types, with many new microbreweries and vibrant locavore cuisines

So people who think equivocate the midwest with poor style are maybe just a smidgen behind, no? Anyway... Lululemon makes a lot of great clothes but I'm not sure I'd call them cutting edge in terms of fashion!

Anonymous said...

It's ok to make comments along the lines of the floral the floral print is granny-esque but it's not ok to wonder if it was targeted for a certain geographic area?

Anonymous said...

8:45 you are correct, that is the sort of thing you'd see a hypster in Brooklyn wearing, I leave in NYC and totally agree with you, you see that sort of outfit in the really hip parts of Brooklyn where I live, I think it's done as a shock value type thing or a way to stand out (good or bad).

M