The Macro Micro Inspires are also in stores so if you missed them the first time around, now is your chance to get them.
It seems like lululemon is changing it's release model somewhat. We've seen some past-season pieces pop up in the stores - the Runbeam longsleeves from last summer are the latest example. We're now seeing red hot items getting second production runs and everyone has noted a lack of cohesiveness, if you will, in the seasonal palettes. For example, we've recently had Camouflage, Beachscape, Milky Way, and Petite Fleur as four recent prints and their associated coordinating solid colored-pieces that are totally stand alone and won't work together (e.g., fatigue and lullaby). I don't think I mind this at all. I know everyone is really loving the all the print bottoms and pretty much draining their bank accounts, not to mention crashing the website on a weekly basis, to acquire each of them. As for making second production runs of super popular print bottoms, I don't think I mind too much as long as the production runs stay fairly small and/or the great prints keep coming. The more lululemon blankets us with great prints the lower the chances some other woman in our same class will be wearing the identical item.