Monday, April 30, 2012

NEW! Swim Line

Heatwave Bikini top, Flip Out Board Shorts - Both are reversible. The top is $54, don't have a price on the shorts yet.





Heatwave Bikini Top and bottom. I believe each piece is $54.


One Love Rashguard and Flip Out Board Shorts.

 Wave Ride Bikini top and Boyshort.



Heatwave Swim Racer and Bikini Bottom




Heatwave Monokini - this one is $98

13 comments:

Yelena said...

Very underwhelming.

Anonymous said...

Some of the swim stuff is cute!! I like the rash guard and the triangle top with the flowery pattern. But honestly most of the lower pictures look like she's just wearing a bra and underwear and not a bathing suit.... Maybe it's just because of the pale colors and the waistband on the bottoms. I prefer more vibrant and fun colors for my swim suits (i.e. flash).. my wallet is safe. I also don't really like the tassles on the ties.. those will be heavy and a pain when wet!!

Model looks beautiful tho!

Minda said...

Tops are too tiny. Anyone over an A cup will be spilling all over badly. boo lulu.

Anonymous said...

Agreed! One would think while surfing or swimming we could have some support. C cup or more need not apply? Bummer lulu. Booooo. How about a tankini with a bra top and loose mid section with a hot boy short??? Similar to run your heart out tank or mini tame me style with a slimmer cut. That would have been AWESOME!

Anonymous said...

I don't like my cheeks hanging out the bottom of my swimsuit so this is a definitely pass for me.

Ruthie said...

What's with the tassels? Ugliest things ever and they make no sense.
Smallest tops ever too, no one with boobs is going to be able to fit them.
Also, who works out in a monokini? This is a clothing company that makes athletic clothing, so why don't they make swimwear that women can work out in. I don't see anybody training for an ironman in that monokini or frankly the bra and underwear suits that they have on the page.
I only like the rash guard and the shorts. And coming from their target market of 20-something athletic college student, that doesn't sound good for lulu at all.

Tracy Reifkind said...

I think the swim line is adorable although not relevant to my life. I think the designs are cute, unique and the quality looks as good, if not better than most of the higher end swimwear. I think the rashguard tops are fab, but I don't surf! It would be like wearing a tennis outfit when you don't play tennis!

Technical? No, of course not, and that was a slight miss with who Lulu's customer is. Who are these suits for? If Lulu in going to venture out of technical sport minded clothing then what's next? Evening wear? Whoops, I momentarily forgot about the Maxi, lol!

Speaking of the Maxi. I did not add to the 30+ comments left because I try and stay positive as not everybody has the same taste. BUT, that dress has nothing unique about it. Not the design, not the color, not the fabric. The cut is ill fitting and is not flattering. Personally I am very proud of my back and how it looks, I work hard for it, but how am I supposed to support my girls in front? X-rated is what that dress would be for sure, lol! And the last thing I need (besides another CRB, lol) is a $100 beach coverup or night gown.

To end on a positive note, I love Lululemon in general! And I love your blog! thank you for all of your updates and photos....they are almost as much fun to look at as the comments are to read!

Anonymous said...

All the girls are lovely but the bottoms of the bathing suits look too small on all of them. No go for me.

LuluAddict said...

Yeah, I'm disappointed they didn't make tops for larger chested ladies. If they were trying to compete with Athleta's swim line, which I've read from many people is pretty great, they missed in a big way.

I agree about the Maxi Dress, too - very blah. I've read comments that it looks like a nightgown - very true.

Anonymous said...

This swim line is 100% terrible. Way to branch out Lululemon, this will look good on maybe 2% of your prospective buyers. Hideous.

Erin said...

Any idea when these will be available in the US?

Kristin said...

Who is their target customer for this swimline? I was really hoping for some suits I could train in. I am not a fan of competition/training suits. They don't flatter anyone who is past puberty. Yuck... But that's all I have to wear when I compete or train. So, with lulu's awesome, feminine designs (most of the time/maxi dress excluded), I got really excited. What a huge disappointment!

Alice said...

hi there,the blue floral pattern on some of swimwear once made some tights in the same fabric? do you know the name of this or how i could find tights like this?!