Sunday, January 3, 2016

Sweaty Endeavors Tank and Tight, Nouveau Limits Tank, 5 Mile LS, and More

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Sweaty Endeavors Tank and Tight.

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Raspberry 5 Mile LS and Bordeaux Pace Queen Tight

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Nouveau Limits Tank and Peacock High Times

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but that nouveau tank looks like the most complicated piece of engineering. too many straps on your back! plus the back gap is so unflattering.

Anonymous said...

Could you (or one of your followers) post a fit review of the Cashmere Bliss pullover? I bought it, but live overseas and won't get it until my next family member visits me in March!

Thanks!

Kim Smith said...

I really like that tank!

Kim Smith said...

Love the tank!

Anonymous said...

I agree - I also think the pouf at the waist adds dimension there. No one wants that.

Anonymous said...

can anyone advise if the adjustable pant in navy/inkwell has navy stitching and netting - or is it black? I am looking for all Navy so I don't want to order if stitching and netting is black.

Anonymous said...

I bought the peacock WUC III in my TTS to discover they are quite tight, and the rise seems really low - fabric is denim so it doesn't seem to have much give - are the High TIMEs same fabric too? I may have to go back to store and try a size up in WUC - I find $88 steep enough without going into $98 of High TImes

BIA said...

Has anyone tried the sweaty endeavours tank? Wondering what the support would be like for a B cup. It is in the medium support tank section but the support description says light support for A/B.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 12:39 am - I'll take a look for it next time I'm in the store.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 9:37 am -from the photos it looks all inkwell to me.

@ anon 9:40 am - that is frequently the case with the denim-y luons - the don't have as much give as luon and feel a lot tighter.

Anonymous said...

Thanks!

I have been following your blog since 2010! When I go into my (until recently) local Lulu stores, I feel like I know a lot more about the products than the educators, due to reading your blog. Especially when I ask "do you think you'll get "x" in stock in "y" color and the educator says "I didn't know that it came in "y". Or, when a different customer, trying on pants, says "has Lulu changed their Groove pant? These don't fit like my old pair". And, the educator just stares at the customer, as they have no clue!! I think you and Lulumum are the true educators!! :)

Anonymous said...

@Anon 3:34 - I have many times "Educated" the Educators when they are telling a customer the wrong thing! I hate correcting them in front of them but especially when they are telling customers the wrong sizing info or that an item doesn't come in the color they are wanting (and it does and is online) and leading them completely astray I can't help it. MOST businesses make sure their sales associates KNOW the product inside and out and what's new. When I worked retail we all got in house memo's telling us what was coming in what colors etc so when customers asked we'd KNOW. Lulu seems to not really care if their sales associates are "up" on the current releases. Which is terrible!