Monday, March 21, 2011

Photos of the Latest: Jog Skirt, Push UR Limits, Pacesetter Pullover, and More

Violaceous Push UR Limits paired with the Unicorn Tears Jog Skirt. The Jog Skirt looks really snug and short in most of the photos I have seen. Does anyone have it yet? It looks like it would ride up.

Coal/CSS Version of the Jog Skirt

 Love this Black and Classic Sport Gray Version of the Swiftly

My favorite long sleeve swiftly so far - Iris and Clarity Gray

Close Up of the No Show Sock - $14 is rather steep for me to pay for socks


Static Snorkel Pace Setter Pullover (shown with the Record Breaker Crops)

Men's Game On Boxer Briefs - the top pair are wild

11 comments:

LisaLuvsLulu said...

Luluaddict - I bought the Jog Skirt in the Coal/CSS in my usual size. It's definitely snugger than other running skirts I have from Lulu. I tried on one-size-up from my normal size, but it was too big.. so I went with my regular size. I hope it doesn't ride up! - haven't worn it to exercise in, just around the house so far.

I also purchased the No Show socks, and tried them out on my 6 mile run this weekend - super comfy and hits the perfect spot on the ankle!

LisaLuvsLulu said...

More about the socks: I won't be buying another pair, though, because I'm happy with my $8 Asics socks that are identical.

Anonymous said...

I too bought the socks and I love them. Nice and short yet don't ride down into your shoe, cushy in the right spots. I ran 4 miles in them then washed right away so I could wear them again to a gym class the next day. I'd like one or two more pairs but my store only had the viol. and white and I'd like some other colors.

Anonymous said...

I tried on the jogging skirt and thought it would be great, but it was way too tight in the hip area for me to consider it. I am a solid 6 in everything Lulu and can size down if I want something to fit a little tighter, but this was not a good fit at all, at least for me!

Anonymous said...

It looks like the ladies in these photos are wearing a size too small in the Jog skirts... I have one from last summer in my usual size 4, and it is definitely not that tight!

Anonymous said...

I tried on the jogskirt in a 2, 4, and 6. I'm normally a 4 in all Lulu stuff, so I expected it to fit - but I could barely get it over my rumpus! The 6 is a little roomier than I would prefer in the waistband, but perfectly comfortable below. I pulled the trigger - will probably use it on this weekend's long run.

Anonymous said...

The skirts, in my eyes, are of the proper size. You may have lost weight (and congrates!) or you bought one size too big. The skirts should be snug, otherwise you'd be running in a kilt.

Anonymous said...

normally a 6 in the shorts and tried on the same in the skirt. It was ridiculous! Sorry, but it was a complete hoochie-mama look and I think I'd get laughed at by just about every single runner on the trail Saturday morning if I wore that thing out.

Anonymous said...

I have two of last year's version of this skirt. I just bought the new one and the fit is completely different - very very tight through the waist and hips and also shorter. It's going back and I'm going to try a size up, but absolutely not the same version as last year's Run Jog Skirt.

Anonymous said...

I bought the UT and coal skirts! I haven't decided if I am keeping both! I find it gets a big crease in the front, so the UT hides it with the pattern. I prefer my energy skirt because its stretchy, but I will try them on again! As far as being short, I didn't think it was super short, considering the speed shorts are inches shorter!

Anonymous said...

I am normally a 2 in everything from the company. I tried it on in the skirt and it was so tight in my legs I don't think that I would be able to run in it. I tried the 4 but found it was too large in the waist. I think it would fit perfectly for people with tiny legs (see: lululemon athletica 4th street photos from Calgary) but otherwise it fits tighter than other run products made in the past.