Saturday, August 28, 2010

News on Inspire Pullover

Scuttlebutt on Facebook was that the US GEC mistakenly let some people phone order the new Inspire Pullover. They were later contacted and told they can't sell it until it hits the stores and the orders were cancelled. However, it sounds like it will be fore sale pretty soon. The price is going to be $99 and the available colors are: heathered lolo (I would think it should be called static based on the above photo), heathered senorita pink, static black, solid black, and static coal wave stripe. I'm kind of bummed static coal isn't an option but static black sounds promising as does a solid black. Since the Inspire is coming out so soon, I think I will wait to cut the tags off my Effortless Hoodie.

12 comments:

M said...

Hopefully it's coming to stores in the next few days! I'm planning on getting the heathered lolo and the black!

Canadian eh said...

You know, I'm just not crazy about this one either. The Hills & Energy pullovers were just so much more beautiful than this! The static colours look like acid washed jeans to me. And so much blocking & seams etc. - I just hope it's nice in person.

I saw the black Effortless in stores today... blaaah. But the Journey Jackets were kinda cute, do people like those? Anyone got one?

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Luvlulu said...

I can't wait for this pullover to finally arrive. I'm glad we finally know what colors they are coming in. I have always wanted the static lolo (I'm going to call it that because that's what it looks like) and I wanted a solid black, so I am happy it comes in solid black. Who knows I may like another color and get a third. I agree I wish it came in static coal, I would get that as well.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I bought a Journey Jacket & LOVE it!! Super cute...looks great with jeans, skirts, groove pants, it was highlighted at a lulu fashion show this week & looked great!! It is more stylish than some of the other jackets.
I am looking forward to seeing this pullover though....
Bought a Vinyasa scarf today & love it!! Super soft...bought it in grey..

Anonymous said...

I LOVE my Journey Jacket. What a great buy.

The Inspire pullover looks so much like my Run: Energy. There will have to be a good reason for me to buy this one, otherwise I will pass. I love my Energy pullover, but I only use it for running and I wash it right after. Don't need two of the same top.

houndlvr67 said...

I liked this one initially but since giving it some thought, I may wait until the fleeced luon comes out and buy the pullover that is made from it-Lulu does one every year-last year was the Run: Spirit.

I love the running luon though so I still might bite...heathered senorita or static black...hmmm...

houndlvr67 said...

PS
I guess the GEC isn't going to let this one be another Free 2 Be senario, when I as well as a few others, got the angel blue jacket about a month before it hit the stores...If someone wouldn't have posted that they got the pullover via the GEC, I bet the orders would have gone through...

Marci said...

I told myself no more senorita, however the idea of a heathered pink, I'm excited to see what that looks like.

LuluAddict said...

I'm with you, Canadian Eh, I much prefer the Energy Pullover to the photos I've seen of the Inspire. Like you said, it has too much going on. (That seems to be an issue with a lot of the pullovers - I much prefer the solid versions of the Energy and Hills) That's why I think if I get one, it will be solid black. I hope the Energy Pullover makes a return appearance this year.

The Journey Jacket is very cute and I like it on a lot of other but not on me.

momof5 said...

I am not understanding all the excitement over the Inspire either -- its just "eh" for me -- maybe in the heathered senorita -- I think it looks a little busy -- I would love a cozy luon fleece pullover - that would be so nice for winter --

Anonymous said...

I bought the Inspire Pullover yesterday in the Boulder, CO store. I wore it this morning and loved it. I got the color shown in the picture.