Friday, October 18, 2013

Pique Forme Jacket Photos

A few photos of the new Pique Forme Jacket that has so far only been sold in Strategic Partner Stores. I really, really hope this gets uploaded or comes to the brick and mortar stores. (Thanks to Ms. M. for the photos.)

Cornflower Pace Setter Skirt and More

Inkwell/Green Bean Striped and Pretty Pink Forme Jackets

105F Singlet and matching Wee Are From Space (WAFS) Can't Stop Crop

 Inkwell/Green Bean Forme Jacket and Green Bean WAFS Can't Stop Crop

Black Full Tilt LS and Cornflower Houndstooth Pace Setter Skirt.

Green Bean CYB and Inkwell Paisley Wunder Crops

Avenue Pullover and Shine Tight

Pretty Pink No Limit Tank and Astro Pant

More of the Latest

 Pretty Pink and Green Bean 105F Singlets. I really like Pretty Pink with the Plum WAFs Energy bra.

The Green Bean and Pretty Pink No Limit tanks.

Raindrop Jacket.

 Cornflower Pace Crops - from Australia.

 Cornflower Scoop Neck and Inkwell Paisley Wunder Unders

Paisley Can't Stop Crops and Cornflower Star Runner PO

Green Bean In the Flow Crops and Angel Wing Cool Racerback

Dog Runner Pants, Second Chance Skirt, and Some Try On Reports

Cool Racerback tank and new Dog Runner Pants. The dog runners have a rulu liner under a water resistant outside and are a favorite of cold weather ladies.

Green Bean Swiftlys and the WAFs Green Bean Can't Stop Crop.

Green Bean Ebb to Street tank and Wee Are Too Cozy Jacket.

Harmonious hoodie photos. I tried this on  yesterday and loved it. I thought it fit a slouchy true to size. The inside is fully lined in cotton. If it weren't $150 with tax I would probably get one.

I also tried on the Harmonious Sweatpants. I liked those a lot, too, and thought the fit was TTS. If you have thicker legs you might find the legs a tad on the narrow side.

A leftover logo from the recycled sheer luon on the underside of the skirt.

I was surprised to see the Second Chance Skirt was made out of all luon - the sheer luon pants that were recalled. The undershorts do not have gripper strips on the leg openings.

The Second Chance pants are also made of recycled sheer luon. I tried them on and liked the fit and shape they gave me in the rear. The backside had good coverage and it was opaque. I tried on the version with the black mesh and didn't really care for the Fredericks of Hollywood vibe they gave me.

I ended up getting a pair of the Inkwell Paisley Wunder Under crops yesterday. I know people have said they're sheer but I found them opaque. I read some comments that people said there seem to be both opaque and sheer ones in this fabric so try a couple of pairs on if there is more than one pair in your store. They are the high poly content fabric and have a bit of a sheen but the feel doesn't bug me nearly as much in the crops as it did in the tank. I thought they were a fun print to wear to the gym and I've been on a print bottom binge for the last month of so.

I also tried on the Avenue Pullover yesterday. I liked it but I have an Effortless hoodie and a Don't Hurry Be Happy Pullover and more than two of these types of warm pullovers seems overkill for Southern California. The material was thick, like the Scubas, and I thought it fit TTS. I thought the back was a bit on the blousy side but I could have lived with it.

I also ended up getting the Green Bean Swiftly tank yesterday. I kind of liked how the stripes look in the Green color.