Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Spring Fling Tank - Bwahahah

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yikes! I've seen that style tank done way better by many companies.

LuluAddict said...

It's too wide and I suspect the fabric is too thick/heavy.

ojodeazul said...

Wow. that is really really awful!

pilatesmom said...

makes you look huge.

Jo Maloniac said...

I have been really patient for a great dress/long shirt from them. This is definitely not it. Bummer

pilatesmom said...

The product notification photo makes it look all cute and slim/nipped in at the waist when in real life it is like wearing a bad tent.

ChiRunner said...

I'd like to see it on a few other folks, but I'm having a hard time imagining this being flattering on anyone. It's a bit like a muumuu.

momof5 said...

More maternity wear --one of the designers must be pregnant and creating "regular clothes you can wear while pregnant" which equates to clothes regular people won't wear because they make you look pregnant!

Gina said...

Oh man. I wish I didn't like this shirt, but I'm slightly drawn to it. Somedays a big blousey shirt just feels right. Wouldn't pay too much for it tho... I have a good feeling lulu will try to mark it up to an unreasonable price.

Anonymous said...

I kind of hate it and love it at the same time. Would it look better if you got a much smaller size so it was more fitted? I do kind of like the idea of it over WU~

Anonymous said...

Oh gosh, this is beyond horrible. What has happened to lululemon!? They seriously need to go back to their older designs and bring back the fitted items with PRINTS!! (Esp. Floral prints!)

Anonymous said...

Looks like the shark bite tees that Express sells. Although like someone mentioned, the lulu version looks huge. People would likely have to size down quite a bit to find a reasonable fit.

LuluAddict said...

To me, I pay the big $ for Lululemon's technical wear - the great technical fabrics, the functional designs with supportive built in bras & cookies, cuffins, ipod pockets. Their designs are, on the whole, made to fit & flatter most women's bodies and move with them unobtrusively. Their gym bags and running hats are awesome.

Frankly, I find their Apres/cotton wear line pretty weak, not very stylish at all, and often is cut too boxy. I like the Remix Light Lulu hoodie and the various sweatpants I have picked up on sale for $30 but other than that I think other companies have much cuter and flattering apres wear. I think their apres wear is held back because everything is so plain - one color, no prints, & no embroidery.