Saturday, February 27, 2016

New What We Love


lululemon tidal-flow-racerback-one-piece

lululemon salty-swim

lululemon tidal-flow-bikini

lululemon tidal-flow-bikini full

lululemon stride-to-tide
New swim line coming next week. New changes include removeable cups (yay!) and bottoms with more coverage (yay!). I wonder if there will be size 12 items offered. I like the Stride To Tide tank.

lululemon paradise-camo
Cute new print called Paradise Camo.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Swim bottoms still look like they'd cause bottom double butt squishing.

Anonymous said...

Finally removable cups in swimwear. It is about time!

Anonymous said...

Is the hem finished on the tank?

Anonymous said...

Yay for the speed shorts H20!! I wake surf and can't wait to try these out:-) the tank is super cute to, love my water bound tanks and these look similar in fit.

Anonymous said...

Their idea of full coverage and my idea of full coverage is still very different! Lol!

Excited for the Stride to Tide. I hope it fits well.

Like the idea of the water speeds but....wonder how much of this will give an excuse to jack up the price on them like they did on the reflective dot compression shorts and the reflective speeds.

Anonymous said...

"Medium bum coverage"? Nearly her entire butt cheeks are visible. WTF, who wears this stuff? Even very lean, toned ladies are going to have some cellulite etc.

Anonymous said...

I like the Stride to Tide and the Speed Shorts H2O. Not thrilled with the swim selection. Will wait to see some reviews on new styles.

Anonymous said...

Do you think the edges are finished on the tank?

Anonymous said...

So confused...WMtm full of swim but yet here comes more. And yes I agree with the poster above, those bottoms STILL look too small in the backside, who are they kidding with the "full coverage" description?!?

Anonymous said...

Why did Australia not get the water-friendly speed shorts? Instead we get the world's most fugly down vest -- in February, the hottest month of the year! Funnily enough I have much more use for water-friendly speed shorts than a down vest, when I'm running 10Ks and it's 30 degrees celsius.

Anonymous said...

Right? I feel like lululemon WANTS me to look like I have multiple asses lol

Anonymous said...

More coverage on the swim bottoms? Don't think so. The swim line still looks a little cheap with little coverage.

Sasha Arms said...

Is that a new white rash guard crop with the speed shorts? Oooo

Anonymous said...

Not a huge fan of the LL swimsuits. Hopefully the upload won't be swimsuit over load.

Jessica said...

What do you think of the new h2o speed shorts? Have they ever come out with something like that before? I'm thinking a run on the beach and them a swim in the ocean to cool off sounds amazing!!!

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 6:32 pm - if they are they're probably glued but I bet they aren't.

Anonymous said...

I am loving Kayak Blue and hoping to see it in Run Times Shorts, Run Beam Hoodie, swiftlies s/s and more tanks.

Lululover said...

I hope they'll still keep making medium coverage bottoms as not everybody likes full coverage. Re: WWL, im still waiting for Stop At Nothing tank in black/white print , that got uploaded overseas like 3-4 months ago.

Anonymous said...

I like that they finally made a one piece suit a normal body can wear. However it looks like a competition suit and I can't imagine paying $98 (guessing of course) for something that I can get by Speedo for $35 that's made to take the abuse of a swimmer. I'm not paying that just for a label/logo.

Anonymous said...

Glad to know Lululover that I am not the only one waiting for the Stop At Nothing Tank to reach Canadian shores. I would buy the blue one and the black/white print as well. That tank would look awesome in the Kayak Blue! Why more swimwear for Canada when great tanks and UPF tanks/tops haven't made here yet???

Anonymous said...

regular speed shorts work fine in water, I use mine for swimming and sailing and never had a problem.
The bathing suits, don't get me going.


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