Tuesday, June 10, 2014

More &Go Get It On Photos - Blouse, Top, Pants, Skirt, Shorts

I almost like the Angel Wing Get It On blouse here. I'm not sure how I feel about buttons on a top I'd like to use for running. It would work for a hiking shirt, I guess. Shown with the High Times Mesh crops.






 Get It On Top and Shorts. Also shown with the Get It On Skirt.







Get It On Front Racer and Skirt.


Burlap Get It On Dress


Get It On Pant with the Vita Loca Tank.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

These clothes are truly awful. See through tops that pull... Trampy looking short shorts... Wrinkly pants that flatter nobody. And all ridiculously priced. Even a diehard Lulu fan would not waste money on this garbage if she had a modicum of intelligence.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 12:20 pm - Yup. I'm waiting for cute workout and run clothes to show up.

Jessie said...

Agreed with both of you...also what is with these referee-esque black and white stripes? It looks cheap!

Anonymous said...

Agree... I'm always disappointed in the street wear capsule collections. The designs don't even flatter the fittest of the educators, and I think the "hip" looks they seem to be going for every time with these isn't very lulu and comes across as unnatural. They should stick to the more classic looks IMO. I bet it'd go a lot better for them... and me hehe.

Anonymous said...

That Get It On skirt looks so much better with flat shoes, otherwise, you start looking like a stripper! I have not bought from lulu in 2 months,my wallet is happy!

Marilyn Cox said...

Gahhhh....I hate most of the new lulu designs....miss the lulu of 5 years ago, so much awesomeness.....that being said there are still some awesome sauce pieces in store. If you look. Hard. Hoping this is a phase....

Anonymous said...

that stripey crop top skirt combo resembles a "sexy umpire" costume.

Anonimouse said...

I'm a Pilates and Dance instructor, all I need is new work clothes not all this c#*p!

I'm not spending any of my money with Lulu at the moment, I got some cute Michi crops in their 40% off sale they had a few weeks ago.

Anonymous said...

Ditto the above comments re: the referee-esque/jailbird looking black/white stripes. Completely ruins LLL stuff for me-like those attached black/white shorts beneath a few of the newest pacesetters...which I'd have bought otherwise. Oh, and one of the board short offerings - the reverse side of the Blue Tropics was that same awful big B/W stripe.

Anonymous said...

Yes what is up with all this ugly stuff. On a side note I did buy the black festival bag. I bought the white festival bag last summer and love it so I had to get in black. Also it looks like they tweaked it a bit so I am excited to see what this years version looks like!

Anonymous said...

@ 12:20 PM, completely agree.

I don't think it takes high heels to have some of these clothes leaning towards a stripper look, that Get it On tank alone has stripper written all over it. Pair it with the High Times mesh pant thing and you ace that look, flats or heels.

And the Get it on Top? Had no idea it had jail bait stripes in the back. It really is a disaster.

Anonymous said...

I remember when I was in high school....wow going back a few yrs...and I'd always ask for a piece of LLL clothing for my bday or xmas. My mom would take me in the store and I'd be soooo happy to walk out with that one tank or crops (cause they were so pricey). If we had've walked into the store and the educators had've been dressed like this...my mom would have banned me from wearing this brand. I love LLL and the girls look phenomenal...but where on earth is LLL going with this stuff? The skirts ans shorts are so short, cropped/see through shirts, and then they're pairing these pieces with high heals??? It looks trampy and cheap instead of strong and athletic. These clothes are for going club hopping. I'm just confused as to what avenue LLL has decided to venture down these days.

Anonymous said...

Cant they at least iron those pants for Christ's sake? This stuff is horrible. Athleta is doing a work out to street line right now too and I dare say they are doing it right. This is like pole dance class to stripper/grandma....I don't even know anymore....

Anonymous said...

I'm confused with all the complaining.

Is Lulu big enough only for your tastes, or can they reach out to others? Like, say, a younger generation? Everyone seems to want to go back to five years ago; is that fashion? Honestly, you all sound like a bunch of old fuddy-duddies!

Anonymous said...

No actually if we were a bunch of "old fuddy duddies" we would probably be buying the pleated, drop crotch, floral crapola that's out there now.

Anonymous said...

When this old fuddy duddy looks at photos of herself from 10 years ago, she cringes at the poor sartorial choices. And now, she is grateful that she didnt spend Lulu $ on the crap she wore!

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 11:03 am - you bring up a good point. The new Get It On line is very trendy but I think when you pay lululemon prices for things you buy it with the aim of hanging onto it for awhile or being able to get a lot of use out of it in a short time. You are looking for pieces that are a little more classic and/or versatile and can stand the test of time rather than a fast fashion item that you can only wear a few times since it's such a statement/becomes obsolete. I think the skirt is more on the classic side but the boxy crop top with the referee stripes or the shorts will scream certain years to you. Also, quite a bit of the Get It On line is just not well done and has a generic, unflattering look - the "blouse", for example.

Anonymous said...

I see a lot of people in my (hypster) neighborhood wearing stuff like the above,I also work in the chelsea are in NYC and see a lot of young and not so young ladies wearing stuff like the above with really wild looking heels and I think they are going to some office.
I don't mind the pants and the skirt but some of the tops are not that flattering.
This stuff is in style at the moment whether we like it or not.


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Anonymous said...

I guess my take on this is that LLL should just stick to what they excel at - high quality workout clothes that flatter and function. I don't wear lulu as street wear - because I don't care to spend that much money on clothes that don't need to perform. I will spend real money on classics that will wear well and stand up over time. Trendy fashion pieces that age quickly are things that I will buy but not invest much money in, as they get tired fast. LLL prices for uber-trendy stuff like this? Nope.

AmyT said...

Ugh. Where are the cute work out clothes?! I wouldn't be caught dead in most of this stuff! Where are my WUC WAFS in some cute new colors?

Anonymous said...

Yeah right anon 11:03, lets face it you have no taste period.... you see miley c wearing tasteless high waisted but cheek showing shorts w/ crop tops and you think this is how your supposed to look???? lulu designs a line of clothes aimed at stupid young women who can't think for themselves and have no taste period!!! Most of us on here arn't swayed by the latest trend which is why we love lulu up till recently they aimed their line at fitness apparel for any age... classic pieces age appropriate for any fitness fanatic. this street wear isn't even nice its garbage so knock yourself out and give YOUR hard earned money to lulu for pumping out this SH--T!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Why does it have to be one or the other? Can't LLL make both trendy and classic workout? The classic stuff appeals to a mature crowd, sure, but what about the young women who have been wearing Ivviva and are now full grown, can there not be room for their tastes in LLL too?

We can all like the same restaurant, but order different things from the menu without denigrating each others' tastes.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 6:44 pm - for sure, make trendy and classic stuff but this latest release seemed all trendy and there really wasn't any classic. I think that is the issue. Things like Go Go Vs and DSPs are uber casual so I think the people who like classic were hoping another Here to There Dress would show up.

Anonymous said...

Easy pass on the referee shirt and the sexy referee Halloween costume.

Anonymous said...

I understand why LLL does this (street clothes), and it is to appeal to a younger crowd. I accept that these clothes do not appeal to me, and not everything LLL makes will (e.g. even the next to nothing and peace of mind tanks are ugly to me). I'm not sure how comfortably the two can coexist in one store: the classic/performance LLL and the trendy street wear. It seems too disjointed in my opinion. Loyal clients want LLL to stay true to their roots and keep the clothes in that vein: performance based, durable, good looking, classic.

The other thing about the 20-somethings (or younger) is that a lot of them don't bat an eye at paying $100 or more for something that is disposable (yes they love Forever 21's lower price point, but they'll do the same thing with LLL. I'm not knocking F21, it has its place even in my life. Currently my favourite sunglasses come from there). Those of us in our 30s, 40s etc., still think that $100 for any one item is a lot of money to drop, even for something that will endure/last. However, if we can afford it we spend it, because the pieces will endure and they're an investment. (I workout hard, these clothes get used and put to the test.) I have the 20 somethings in my life and it always amazes me that to them throwing $100 or more at something is nothing, even when they don't have the money!

Anonymous said...

"Trendy workout"? I'm curious as to who is actually going to be working out in these things? That's where I lose interest - if LLL is going to be expanding their offerings to street clothes, power to them and to the folks that will buy this stuff. But what I don't want is for LLL to expend design and manufacturing energy on this stuff at the expense of truly functional workout gear with that awesome LLL twist that reeled me in originally.

Anonymous said...

Omg why would you PAY to look like a Footlocker employee?!? What idiocy!