Monday, May 17, 2010

New Tank - Half Moon Tank (Looks Like Update of 3 Set Tank) & New Bra

Half Moon Tank
The new Half Moon Tank looks like an update of the 3-Set Tank from last summer. The straps look a bit thinner but are adjustable. The seaming up the back is the same. I'll post info on fabric when I get it. I loved the 3 Set Tank.

3 Set Tank

50 Rep Bra
No info on the 50 rep bra but it's promising they showed a bustier girl modeling it. I like the way it looks.

10 comments:

Momof5 said...

Like this tank --love the adjustable straps -- and finally some thought to put the black part under the arm -- would love to see the other colors -- Definitely intrigued -

Are those pants grooves -- they remind me too much of the old Brasil Sul style with the logo waistband -- I like more subtle lululemon logos - not a fan!!

lmhagood said...

How do you get that bra on? I think you might have to an acrobat to get into it!

pilatesmom said...

The tank is pretty cute. The bra doesn't look very interesting to me.

Anonymous said...

they both bore me...

Anonymous said...

It amazes me that a fitness clothing company doesn't seem to be able to make tops and/or bras that woman with boobs can actually wear. I am a sz 6 with big boobs & none of their tanks with built-in bras ever work for me. How the hell are those tiny straps going to give me support?? The bra could be cute but I am sure the straps would be too long & yet again not enough support. They are missing a lot lately...

ChiRunner said...

@Anon at 1:34 -I'm small-breasted and still most of the Lulu bras and Lulu tops with built in bras don't offer enough support for anything more than yoga. Same problem - the straps are too long and so don't provide any lift/support. I'm glad to see they are putting out more tops with adjustable straps as one solution to the problem.

From the back, the bra reminds me a little of the Action Reaction bra - which was almost impossible to get into and out of without dislocating a shoulder, because it was pull-over styling and the fabric had so little stretch to it. Hopefully this one doesn't have the same issues.

LuluAddict said...

I layer a Flow Y under the 3 Set for xtra support so that is what I would do for this tank. But, you are right, Anon. Lately, I have been reaching more for the tanks that I wear my own bra under like the I Just Wanna Run and Cool racerbacks because I am either jiggling more or doing more high impact stuff.

I think most companies don't accommodate bustier women. I have to put another bra under all the tops I've bought from Zohba and Beyond Yoga. Most of the ladies I see at the gym are doubled up on support - even in Athletic Deep V tanks.

Chelsea said...

my first thought when i saw the picture was the girl has a smaller sized chest and the top made her have sloppy boobs. nothing worse then sloppy boobs at the gym or out and about. there would be no hope for me in that one. i have yet to find any tank top that provides enough support to run in without something additional underneath.

agreed, the only activity the built in bra tanks are good for on their own is yoga and spinning to a degree. they should do a no limit type tank but use the ta ta tamer instead....build some sort of tank or tanks around it to provide the support needed during actual physical activity. i have never tried the ta ta tamer though, so i don't know if it's any good. i'm a moving comfort fan, especially their new bra, the juno. its absolutely fantastic!

LuluAddict said...

@ChiRunner - Agree with you about the Action Reaction look of the new bra. The problem with that bra is that it ran something like 3 sizes too small.

I hear you about needing more lift. I wish they'd bring back the lift and separate bra. That bra was like a $58 boob job. It's my husband's favorite bra. ;-)

lmhagood said...

@ Chelsea: great idea about building a tank around the Ta Ta Tamer....love that!