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Got the down shorts and returned them - cute, but expensive, if I get them on sale I might keep them...I was surprised by how much I loved the deep cranberry WUP. Took the tags off immediately. Fantastic, just no words to describe. Went to the Southgate mall location in edmonton - tons of navy and black out of this world dresses are there, in case someone wants it. I returned mine- didn't like at all.
Does anyone knows the price point of the Pranayama Scarf? Thanks!
Agreed - this is beautiful!
OT - what do you ladies know about how lulu obtains their down? I read horror stories about how some companies literally strip the feathers off of these poor birds. I of course was horrified because it was right after I bought a super warm down filled northface jacket. I'm rather averse to purchasing any new down pieces because of what I read. For me personally, there is no reason some poor animal should suffer for me to be warm. I'll be happy with synthetic fillers.
$98.00 for the Pranayama Scarf. It's actually surprisingly light weight.
It will probably be overpriced. It looks like a pashmina.
Hey everyone ! Off topic but i was wondering if I could get some feedback on the Illumina Crop and the Passion II Crop as I'm in the market for some new gear. On the site it seems to me that the Illumina crop is polarized by people either LOVING it or being really disappointed. So what are your experiences?? Also- the Passion Crops, how are they holding up quality/thickness wise? I saw the herringbone inspires in my store today and they felt terrible to me.. scratchy scratchy. Its a shame.Thanks everyone!
OT, but if any smaller women in the Chicago area are still looking for the FTBW bra, the Wicker Park store had a bunch today in all colors, including the purple with red straps. I only saw sizes 2 and 4, but I didn't look very thoroughly.
Scarf is nice but too much for me. Just curious, how many lulu items do you own, LLA?
This scarf is gorgeous. I missed out on the bundle up scarf in the storm grey ghost plaid pattern, if there is an angel out there please email me at email@example.com I will pay shipping and shop my lulu stores for anything you'd like in exchange.
I love the glasses on this model? any idea who's band they are?VR
Lulu's down is a byproduct of the food consumption industry in ukraine. None of the geese are live plucked or force fed. There's more info on lulu's website, I believe.
Lulu down is a byproduct of the food industry sourced by some ethical company. No live plucking.
wow thats very pricey for a square piece of fabric that requires very little labour to sew, etc. And trust me, no fabric is that pricey.
I love this scarf and I think it's a reasonable price (until I see the quality in person, that is).OT I saw the Boom Juice color in person today and I was surprised at how much it reminded me of Flash. A more "red" Flash, but I personally found the brightness of it too much. I went into the store specifically to buy the Cranberry Brisk Neck Warmer and was really disappointed in the fabric, and color. The fabric seemed "spongey", almost like a neoprene (although I know it's not). I bought it anyway, even though it has the BJ stripe on the other side. Not 100% that I'll keep it, but I think even though I'm not in love with the color or fabric it will add a nice pop of color to a lot of the darker and more muted colors of late.I ended up buying the half zip pullover in blue....I've been waiting blue!
VR- my glasses are Ray Ban! I bought them from the website a few years ago but they should still be available!
Ukraine??! I don't think they care much of how to plug geese "sustainably " over there...
What's the material (scarf)?
Sure it's a pretty scarf. But it feels like a 180 from LLL. It looks like it's from Banana Republic. I'm never going to pay $98 for it, not from LLL and not from BR (but at least at BR I know I could get at least 40% off).
The scarf is not for everyone IMO, they remind me the big pieces of scarf from those poor people in Uropean countries after the World War II.
@5:51am - I know you are asking about LLL down but Patagonia, a company with high ethics since it's inception (early 80's?) and one that began - and maintains - specific to cold weather gear, uses down that is NOT plucked from live birds. If you go to their website, you can get the full info as they have an open policy re all their practices. (and speaking of policies, they are excellent when it comes to returns and guaranteeing their product, a company that LLL might want to check out as an example to follow. sorry LLL)
I agree with you 10:51 whenever I need a down jacket or vest or light weight foul weather gear I shop at Patagonia. I don't really care much for lulu jackets or vests or any of their down stuff.M
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