Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Rain On Train On Jacket and Fresh Mesh Run Crops

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lululemon wind-chill-run-crop

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Some great photos out of the Princeton store showing the new Rain On Train On Jacket and Fatigue Wind Chill print Fresh Mesh Run Crops.

8 comments:

dogrunner said...

What are the zippers on the front? Pockets or vents? I assum vents but that's kind of a weird spot. What temperature range do you think full on luxtreme is good for,around 45-50 degrees F? Cute design and I love cuffins. I can see better details on your pics than on the lulu photos thanks for posting

Anonymous said...

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stylistadiva1 said...

See, these photos sell the Rain on Train on Jacket! The photos on the website have the jacket looking shapeless and common. Seeing it online on upload I was like, meh. Seeing it in these photos, I like it a lot more. (Though I want to check it out in-store as I'm concerned that the light grey area is not going to repel water well).

Anonymous said...

Is that black piece part of the hood?

Anonymous said...

Those Fresh Mesh Crops are HOT! LOVE them! I ordered the Wind Chill Deep Navy as I already have the black Var-City Crops, which have a bottom cut similar. I like the navy-black blend as it'll be waaay easier to pair with tops than solid navy. Woot! Can't wait for my order to arrive!

LuluAddict said...

@ a non 4:05pm - thanks!

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 5:38 pm - it is. It's a little longer piece to help keep you dry.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, LLA! I was hoping that's what it was.