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I SWEAR that is the exact same down for a run vest that is hanging in my closet right now that I bought on markdown last year. All of the details are exactly the same. I saw someone on here comment that they can't be the same because the tags are different...but does it really take that much labor to switch out a tag? Especially if doing so allows you to sell an item at a higher price?
Why is everything so schlumpy and boxy and ill-fitting? I feel like they're bringing back styles from like 20 years ago when women's workout gear was just a scaled down version of men's. I hate all of this. I want my old Lulu back!
that purple split pullover is such a pretty color in person I was almost woo'ed into it. But I'm not one of those gals who spends $100 on a plain hoodie, give me a pretty wrap with some nice details and I'm happy to but a hoodie? Eh.
oHHHH A Purple Hoodie! oH my! And a restocked from last year blue vest!Lulu is killing me with all this "innovation"
blah... again, everything here looks very generic, just like the kind of stuff you can get anywhere else. It would be dumb to pay these ridiculous Lulu prices for this kind of stuff that can find similar style and quality elsewhere.
Considering that LLL has cut the tank part off of at least two bras and sold the bra part separately like it was a "new" item, I wouldn't be surprised if they just "rebranded" existing stock.
I tried the pullover hoodie on. The pockets are placed so they poof out and it is very unflattering
Anon @7:51 p.m., you're right. It's a reissue of last year's vest. Not many of the navy, black, or white ones were available on markdown (lucky you that you found one!), but there were certainly tons of green and purple on sale.Anon @12:50 a.m., you took the words out of my mouth! The whole reason I became interested in Lulu was that it was feminine - so different from what you typically get from Nike, Adidas, etc. Now it's just as bad.
Yes, I totally agree with anon 12:50 am as well. I loved that Lululemon fit so perfectly for a woman's body shape and that the overall designs were feminine and cute looking... now it looks like they're going for the boxy, scaled down men's cut and overall plain, boring and generic designs... what a shame... looks like I'll be saving a lot of money if they keep this up.
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