Friday, July 17, 2015

Back Pack It Jacket, Roll Out Tank, and More

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Ace Spot Grain Back Pack It Jacket

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Roll Out Tank and Grapefruit Wunder Under Crop

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Bali Breeze Cool Racerback and Floral Sport Tranquil Blue Speed Shorts

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anyone know how the Roll Out Tank fits? TTS? Bra looks a little small, but I'm a sucker for that color combo so I kind of want it. My store had them in already but I didn't have time to try them on today.

lulu said...

LLA have you seen a reduction in product modeling pics at all? My Local Lulu hasn't shown any ed's modeling new product in a long time..they said their social media (Facebook Page ) would concentrate on community now and not modeling product.. :(

LuluAddict said...

@lulu - yes, there has been a big reduction in photos.

Anonymous said...

Ha! Corporate wants us to focus on the website photos instead of the 'real' people modeling the clothes. I sure hope there are still plenty of photos posted here because this is where I get ALL of my info on the products and it's this website that I has me yay or nay the new stuff. I would definitely buy much less if I didn't have this blog killing my good intentions to stop buying so much lulu (thank you for that LLA!) :)

Anonymous said...

wish they would make 2-way speeds...... always 4-way, i don't like them at all. good thing I have quite a few pairs from 09,2010, and some later, the 2-way is the original fabric and it wasn't stiff and scratchy like some have been it was super light as air they used to call it wet/dry, could wear it in the water and it would dry lightning fast w/ out sticking to you also if you sweat alot the 4-way gets diaperish (if not wearing like a 2nd skin that is) the 2-way floats away from body and stays dry and true!!!!! Would never sell my shorts, they are awesome!!!!

Anonymous said...

the Rollout Tanks are great! I just picked up both colors in one of my local NYC stores. Very happy Lulu came out with this style

Anonymous said...

The Rollout Tanks do look really nice, at least in my opinion they do, too bad Lulu tanks don't work for me.

Anonymous said...

It's too bad they aren't sending out as many photos showing off all the latest product - I know that they have a significant influence on what I buy, as I normally end up liking a lot more things when I see them in these photos than just on the Lulu website stock photos.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone tried the new Back Pack It Jacket? I'm wondering how it fits, specifically in regards to how much room there is at the bust? I don't like having to size up in jackets just to get a little more room at the bust since then the rest of the jacket is too loose and not flattering.

Allison Whisler said...

I tried on the roll out tank today because the style is GORGEOUS. Sadly, it crushed my chest. Not a good fit for a c cup 😁

Anonymous said...

@9:09 I tried the pack it jacket and I found it is TTS. Now I am an A cup so (un)fortunately I never have issues with how clothing fits at the bust. one thing you should be aware of is that it has the stow away pocket and straps on the back right between your shoulder blades. for some (like me) this might be a little annoying as you kinda feel it when you move around. otherwise this is a really nice fitted jacket (unlike miss misty).

Anonymous said...

I don't know about the roll out tank. for some reason I find that it makes someone's back and shoulder really wide. I don't think I like that. is it just me or do you get the same feel?

Anonymous said...

To Anon July 21 9:28 AM - Thank you so much for commenting on the fit of the new Back Pack It Jacket, it is very helpful! I'm glad that you mentioned the stow away pocket and straps, I would have never known this as I do my shopping online and can't make it to a store, thank you so much. I do think this may be annoying, but the idea of a jacket that rolls up into a little back pack is a really great idea, I suppose if someone planning on using the jacket for this feature they may decide to put up with it just for that.