Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Fuel Green Ebb to Street Tank, In the Flow Crops, and More

A couple more Fuel Green Ebb to Street Tank photos.

The latest In the Flow Crops - Rugged Blue, Forrest Green (Fuel?), Bordeaux, and Jeweled Magenta.

Exhalation Pullover and Bordeaux Happy Yin Year Sweat Pants.

The Parfait Ebb to Street Tank and Bordeaux Happy Yin Year Sweat Pants.


24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Loving the Fuel Green but need a CRB!

Since the reports on the bordeaux drama diamond dot WU's are that they're sheer, I may get the Happy Yin Year Sweat Pants. Two totally different looks though, and I dunno about those pockets on the back of the sweat pants.

Anonymous said...

Hey lulu. I'm not going back to school nor need to stock up on pricy fitness gear for the future. I buy cute workout clothes to wear to my next class.
Stop trying to make me forget its summer.

Anonymous said...

does anyone know if the ebb to street tank is as long as the recent CRBs? All my most recent ones are bum covering. it is difficult to tell how long the ebb to street is Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Is the energy bra back to the old sizing now that it us "fall"? I love the embossed pattern, but can't do the new fit.

Anonymous said...

ebb to street tank colours are very pretty but the one i have (run with plum? or bordeaux??) from a while back really scratched me under the arms. the seam almost felt like it had plastic or something sharp.

if anyone has a fit review of the new colours was this fixed or is it still that sharp seam? i love these new colours and fabric was really nice but i cannot pull the trigger with that seam.

any info appreciated, I'm not near a store.

Anonymous said...

Great well thank goodness I didn't want any new items THAT badly. the "what's new" section is now quite sparse. Is lululemon reverting to their limited quantity business outlook? I didn't think people would go that nuts for cold weather items.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 7:39 pm - I have something like that in one of my ebb to street tanks - like there is a tiny plastic thread poking up or the seam is finished in too bulky a way because it bugs me under one armpit, too. I bought three last summer and like them well enough for comfy wear in hot weather but I find them hot for the gym and the support is too low for much of anything.

Anonymous said...

I saw that green tank at the Union Square NYC store this afternoon and the color is really awesome. I do not like the ebb to street or flow material at all, so I am waiting for something else like an energy bra or a CRB to come out in that color.


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Anonymous said...

thanks lla for the feedback. i also checked the online reviews and still a few mentioning the scratchy seams. colours are beautiful but i will take a pass based on the info and wait for another style.

Anonymous said...

I like the quilted vinyasa but not in rugged blue/inkwell. I'd snap it up if it comes out in Bordeaux or Bumble Berry.

Anonymous said...

Were Wunder Groove and Skinny Groove pants always $108? I never purchased before. They look nice but I'm surprised by the price tag.

Anonymous said...

Any sizing advice on this new run of post practice cardis? I'm a 4 in tops so do I size down to a 2? I ordered a 2 so hopefully it won't be too tight in the sleeves. TIA!

Lindsay Harris said...

I love the happy yin pants. I bought two pairs on markdown last spring and they are super comfortable. I caved and bought the inkwell and I also want the Bordeaux but can't justify 4 pairs! Maybe if They go on markdown....

JenO said...

Tried on the magenta in the flow and seamlessly street crop and both are horribly sheer. So sad, the colour is gorgeous!!

Anonymous said...

i clearly see the first lady's nipples in the first photo. Would you do something about it.

Anonymous said...

I don't own an ebb to street tank, because until now the largest size was 10. Now that it's available in size 12, I might reconsider, but I have to try it on first. My daughter, who has one, complains also of a skin-irritating seam under the armpit. Hopefully that quality hiccup was fixed in this new batch.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 11:33 am - I didn't notice it otherwise I would have never used that photo. I am sorry about that. The tops do have cup pockets and inserts which prevents any shadowing issues.

Anonymous said...

I'd much rather see nipples than any more of Lulu's mesh crap. This is a company that sells sheer pants anyway, why not free the nipple, too!

LuluAddict said...

Lol, free the nipple.

heather said...

seriously. just scroll beyond it then.

Dtimely said...

I tried on all 3 colors of the Ebb to street tank today and it still has the scratchy underarm seam. It feels like its part of a plastic tag - but its not - it's the fibre or elastic seaming. It's too bad because otherwise the top is really soft and comfortable.

Anonymous said...

Wow didn't even notice the nipples. And @ 12:25 PM agree with your points...haha no pun intended!

Anonymous said...

Seriously?? It's just nipples. Everyone has them. I will never understand people in this part of the world. Violence and death = no problem. A woman's nipple = end of the world.

LuluAddict said...

I don't even think it was nipples but maybe dimples in the cups. I tried that tank on today and it comes pre-stuffed with the cups, which tend to dimple in that area.