Saturday, July 26, 2014

Great Granite/Mojave Tan with Bordeaux, Plum, Fatigue, Wren, Branch, and Cadet

Great Granite CRB and Bordeaux Drama Studio Crops
Part of my Tuesday order was the Great Granite Cool Racerback. Before I return it I wanted to check how the color looked against something other than black. This photo shows it with a pair of Bordeaux Drama Studio Crops. BD really looks nice against Mojave and I love this combo best of all I tried.

This is the GG CRB next to a Plum Cool Racerback. This combo also looks really nice.

Shown with a pair of Fatigue Still Pants. 

Shown with Wren Studio Crops.

Shown with a pair of Branch Still pants. Too bad lululemon didn't reissue one of their browns, like Branch, Teak, or Fox, with Mojave Tan.

Shown with a pair of Cadet Still pants.

After doing

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting these. You have a great taste, LLA! Wish lululemon designers were considering timing of the colors that work best together when they plan their new releases. Also wish LLL let their customers know in advance what colors and designs are scheduled to be re-released so that ebay resellers didn't benefit from somebody's dying desire to have , say a pair of fatigue camo shorts.....

shannon o'malley said...

Ooooh!! I'm really liking it with the plum! I'm becoming more and more 'sold' on the granite. I might need more...

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 2:54 pm - Thanks! I'm hoping we'll see a return of Bordeaux Drama since it goes so nicely with Mojave Tan.

Anonymous said...

If that had been white instead of tan, it would have went with everything. And the tan might make it look dirty??

Anonymous said...

Thanks LLA. It's a better idea of how some of us would wear great granite in the real world. I agree it looks great with bordeaux drama and plum.

Do you like the material/feel of the CRB?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this review of the CRB. Agree with 4:20pm that if the background shade is white, the tank would be more versatile and popular.

I've heard that the crb feels like thin luon and isn't scratchy. Do you find it to be the case?
Does the print "fade" when it's stretched out?

I like this print in the shorts, and wondering if I should get that rather than the CRB. It's rather interesting as an accent.

Anonymous said...

Does the granite print makes one "bustier"? I need help in that section :)

Anonymous said...

@Anon 4:20pm, you're right. Most folks find the print has yellow undertones, which turns me off.