Monday, January 11, 2016

Drop It Like It's Hot Bra, Crop, and More

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Drop It Like It's Hot Bra and Crop. Shown with the Tie and Go Tank and the Peacock mini check pique Vinyasa.

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Speed Crops, Swiftly SS, Fringe Fighter Headband, and Scuba.

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Tiger Space Dye Slate 5 Mile LS and Groove Pants. I have been wearing my 5 Mile LS all week as a to and from warm up/cool down piece and love it. I also wore it yesterday  with Wunder Under crops  for a 4 mile long walk at the beach in upper 50s weather and it was perfect. I don't love the not-cheap price but it's a very handy piece. It's super soft and I like that it doesn't ride up like the LS Swiftly would. I would love another in a blue like Sapphire.


Anonymous said...

I agree. The 5 mile LS is my new favorite long sleeve. Ran 6.5miles yesterday and it was perfect. For ladies that have more muscular shoulders and arms it is perfect. Not nearly as restricting as the swiftlys. I bought 3 colors. They need more!!!

Laura P said...

Loving the Tie and Go Tank for barre class. Never would have tried it, but my husband got it for me for Christmas and it's one of my favorite tanks. Comfortable and flattering.

BIA said...

I'm hoping for another color in the 5 mile LS before I buy my second one (already own raspberry)! I would love a dark blue or something in the green family. I definitely agree it is a piece that can be worn all year. If no new colors I guess I'll get the slate since it will probably be the most versatile.

Anonymous said...

Hi has anyone been to the warehouse sales in the US before? Seattle is finally getting one this weekend but I am not sure if it will be worth it. First of all there will be no parking and my poor husband said he will take me for my birthday. Anyone know if they actually have the good stuff, ex scuba hoodie II, studio pants, etc...? I'm trying to decide if it will be worth the stress :)

Our Daily Lemon said...

I went to the LA one 2 years ago- never again!! Waited in line for literally 6 hours. And they had nothing NOTHING I would want, especially since the prices weren't that low. I bought 2 things and ended up selling them both. They had zero staples- mostly lame styles that had clogged up the sale racks. I would say just go buy one thing you really love at regular price and go out to dinner!

Anonymous said...

@Our Daily Lemon
I might just take your advice. Seattle parking, traffic, etc is just a pain in the butt. I can't imagine what it's like in LA. It would be crappy to go there wait 6 hours in line and not find any of the items I want. I'm not a fan of crowded places in general. Thanks for the input! My husband will be happy too

Anonymous said...

well now we know why theyve been screwing up our online orders and why we're seeing the same pattern/fabrics over and over and over again!!

from the toronto star today:

"Quality checks made its process slow and expensive. New products resulted in wasted fabric."

so lulu doesnt care about quality.

Anonymous said...

Our Daily Lemon is right on. I also went to the one in LA with a friend. We left at the crack of dawn, got there before the doors opened, still had to wait 5 hours, watched as people cut in right to the front, the employees wouldn't do anything about it, and then there was nothing good inside! Everything was junk that languished on WMTM for months. Prices weren't much better either. I wasted money buying stuff I never wear because I had invested so much time and energy I felt I had to. Stupid. Also it was crazy inside and I hated the frenetic atmosphere. I don't even like rifling through clothes at nordstrom rack. I'll never go again. Listen to her advice and get something you really want instead.

Unknown said...

Oh my goodness the Drop it Like it's Hot Bra is super unflattering, maybe its the way they took the pic, but it finalized me not wanting it, too bad.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 11:02 am - Interesting article. Interesting they'll be pulling back on Ivivva. I know the Ivivva in our mall is never too busy while the lululemon up the hall has been really busy since Christmas.

Anonymous said...

I had the opposite experience with the warehouse sale in L.A. I got there about 6:20, lined up and was in the first group to be let in at 8. Found several items and got an additional % off when at check out they announced the first X # of people to get in the check out line get a dot for that. I still wear many of the items years later. They continued to bring out full racks of stuff non-stop. The items that went fast and weren't restocked were things like yoga mats, that chevron cube thing, accessories, bags. Overall I'd go again if it came to my area.

Rebekah said...

I worked yesterday, the most anyone waited was 30 minutes. Lots of good stuff this year and killer deals as the day goes on. Literally... There was 1 men's and 1 women's jacket at $12 at the end of the night