Monday, December 26, 2011

The Salt And Pepper Scubas and Infinity Scarves


I am soooo tempted to use my new lulu gift card on the pigment blue Salt and Pepper Scuba (deep coal pigment blue salt & pepper). (Note, this is hidden under "Scuba Central" on the US side of the website, buried at the end of the $108 Scubas.)

The deep coal silver spoon slub salt & pepper Scuba is very pretty, too. I love "textured" looking scubas.


The silver spoon pig pink slub salt & pepper Scuba is not nearly as pretty as the other two.


 I don't think I have posted a photo of the Black Back on Tack tank yet.



The Infinity scarves are new. I'm not a scar person but I know many of you are so you might like these.


I think everything else that was uploaded tonight we have seen before. The Loot was unspectacular so if I don't make it to my local stores tomorrow I'm not going to feel bad. I'm kind of excited by the hints of the new items so maybe I'll save my giftcards for that.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where did ALL of the Will Pants go?! They are no where online to be found...

Anonymous said...

I was just wondering that myself. Seems like an error. I can't believe that every size and variety is sold out.

Anonymous said...

saw new running pants on line, but none of them reference fleece - are either of the new pants fleece?

Anonymous said...

I was looking for the fleece running tights as well. It does not look like they were uploaded today. Same with the Sherpa Anorak Jacket, I'm curious about this one. Does anyone know how much it is?

As for the Will Pants, maybe they will all show up in the WMTM section soon? That would be great ;-) I want another pair.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I wanted some Will pants too! Hope you guys are right - maybe they'll show up in the WMTM section soon! I was waiting to order them today with new stuff, but oh well.

Anonymous said...

what is the difference between the back on track tight & stay your course tight? Look the same,but different price. Also, is the stay your course tight thermal or is that a different tight altogether. Very confused with this upload.

yogibabe said...

As soon as someone has seen/tried the deep coal pigment blue salt & pepper Scuba, please advise on the feel of the fabric. i.e. is it as soft and cozy as the Snowy Owl/Tinted Canvas, or just thick and stiff-ish as the regular/microstripe Scubas? I am liking the color very much but the clincher will be the softness. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Dang it! Just saw something in Loot that I just bought for full price. Thinking about getting the Loot one and then just returning the first one with my original receipt (since I knw they won't do price adjustments). Anyone ever had any problem with doing that?

MonkeyGirl said...

I really regret not getting the snowy owl scuba when I had the chance. Got the still pants in the WMTM section today, sized down a size. I hope that was the right choice. I want to layer them over crops to make the cold weather commute to the studio easier, and was unsure if sizing down to layer was a good idea....

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:19 am: as long as you're within the time limit of returning the first purchase it won't be a problem. I have done this before. I went on chat once with an educator and asked for the tank I just bought the day before and hadn't even arrived yet to be price adjusted and they said they don't do it. I said can i return it and order another one online and she said yes, so go for it! Its such a waste of money for them not to do price adjustments since they have send it by fed ex twice and they don't charge for shipping.

LuluAddict said...

The descriptions are all messed up. The Stay on Course tights are the tech fleece pants.

From my product emails: Stay on Course Tight: http://www.lululemon.com/products/womens/bottoms/pants/Rlkjblk234koApozZoerp3C_DCOhpigPIG
Description
•Stay on course in these super-high-rise thermal running tights
•Made with super soft & breathable tech fleece for ultimate muscle support & moisture control
•Super high-rise waistband with drawstring & elastic for comfortable support
•Quick-access gel pockets hidden in waistband
•Back zipper pocket - secure storage
•360? reflective details for low-light visibility
•Chafe-resistant flat seams

Anonymous said...

Thank you. Someone needs to do internal marketing control for lulu. Thank goodness we have lulu addict

Anonymous said...

When looking at the two tights, back on track looked higher, glad you clarified this in time before I ordered them

Anonymous said...

hello,
i was wondering if anyone knows the history of ex CEO Wilson's comments regarding the fact that he openly admits to using Chinese child labor and naming Lulu with Ls to make fun of how Asians pronounce L? I have not researched the validity of the Huffington Post's article, but if it is true, how disturbing and disgusting! I hope the current Lulu corporation does not advocate these ethics!

Anonymous said...

I was hoping the red duffel would go into the we made too much and it did! Then as I was checking out, it sold right out of my basket, along with the surge CRB I was buying.
:(

Anonymous said...

LLA, are the Back On Track LS really made of Rulu? I went to order it and read in the description it is made of Knitted Silverscent. Is that in addition to Rulu?
I'm confused now. Has anyone here gotten one yet and call tell me what they are really made of?

Anonymous said...

Went to my local Lulu store and they had all the dance wear on sale too (didn't see it on their site). Also, the Arabesque bag was $59 in store, rather than $79 on line.

Anonymous said...

I was at my local store this morning and tried on the Chaisse Tight -- Soooo cute -- $79 couldn't resist!! Also the Quick Step in the Blurred Gray -- so pretty!! I was expecting to see more items but there wasn't much more added since I was in there a few days ago picking up gifts. Santa was very generous and i am grateful and satisfied!!! :)

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 2:19 pm - You probably already saw my try-on review but the Back on Track LS top is made of running luon with body mapped panels of silverescent knit. The descriptions are incorrect on the lulu website.

Anonymous said...

What do we have to do to get lulu to put the proper descriptions on the web. Maybe they need to learn how to read

Anonymous said...

I am also curious as to the validity of the Huffington Post article.