Monday, April 14, 2014

NEW! Swiftly Tech LS Scoop *Ruch

The Scoopneck Swiftly has been updated with a longer length and ruching. I believe this is Pow Pink Light. I hope this color comes in a regular crewneck version. I hate exposing my upper chest to more sun since I always get nailed in that area, no matter how much sunscreen I put on. That is why I haven't bought any v- or scoop- neck Swiftlys yet.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's such a pretty color for a swiftly! I agree though that I never buy the scoop necks for the same reason - sun exposure on the d├ęcolletage. Just doesn't make sense to cover your arms but bare your chest. I hope the ruching will help with the ride-up I experience at the hemline of the swiftlies.

Anonymous said...

Totally agree. Do not need any more sunspots in the upper chest area. The ruching, however, is very cute.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the rushing will help keep the top from riding up when running. I like that bright pink color and the scoop neck.

M

Anonymous said...

The ruching makes it look like a maternity top!

Anonymous said...

I think the swiftly looks shorter. The ones I have now are really long.

Anonymous said...

So….as much as I love LLL - swiftlies have constantly let me down via pulling easily/being extremely delicate even when handled carefully and I've had to bring multiple back to the store, although I like the type of fabric. I've given up on LLL swiftly tops in favor of Athleta Fast Track tops, which are similar to the swiftly material while being 100 times more durable plus have silicone gripper dots along the hem to keep them down. (These new ruched swiftlies remind me of the Fast Tracks because they also have ruching, hence my random thought)

Anonymous said...

I am excited about the ruching as my tummy area has always been a bit mushy... But why, why, WHY do these tops have to be so freaking sheer? The photos of this pink one and the white one are ridiculous... I'd have to layer a tank underneath and that will be too hot for the climate where I live.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 2:45 pm - I am reading that comment a lot - that the rucbing makes it look like maternity wear.

Melissa said...

Try a sports bra? I don't really mind too much if my sports bra is showing underneath a swiftly since people wear them on their own anyway.

stylista diva said...

I really like the Pow Pink Light ruched swiftly. Though I'm not totally fond of the swiftly material as I find it pulls/snags easily and it isn't as soft as some other materials. I prefer the scoop neckline too. It's definitely a "check-it-out-in-store" item for me.

Anonymous said...

If you're not preggo it doesn't look like maternity wear. It's cute. If you're preggo, you don't need a new wardrobe! Win win for me.

Hope it helps with riding, too. Bought my first Swiftly last year and didn't know why people like them as I was constantly pulling it down. Would like regular neck with ruching (in Bruised Berry). ;)

Jennifer @ Running on Lentils said...

I think the ruching is pretty and may help make the fit less boxy...though you wouldn't be able to wear it as a base layer under a fitted top. However, I remain unconvinced that the snag-happy Swiftlys are worth the cost.

Anonymous said...

This is the wrong shirt to be putting ruching on. The ruching is unlikely to help with the prevention of riding up. The In the Flow dress (same material) has ruching and it rides up. The dress is a nice idea but it needs grips or something.

As for it also giving off a maternity look, this is true. Even if one doesn't look pregnant, the reference seems to be easily drawn.