Friday, September 9, 2011

Today's Shopping Trip - Rocksteady Run For Your Life Tank

I'll be honest, yesterday was hectic and I didn't pay close attention to the upload since I figured we'd seen everything in the store photos. I didn't even realize there was a new Run For Your Life tank in Rocksteady until I walked in the store today and saw it. I already bought a RFYL in Heathered Royalty but I have a thing for denim blues in the right top and ended up buying the Rocksteady version. I sized down this time hoping that a snugger fitting bra means I won't have to layer an Energy bra underneath for more support. I didn't see any other new items in the store that I haven't already tried on.

NEW! Nesting Bird Scuba, See Me Ride Poncho and Pant

New Scuba called Ghost Ground Nesting Bird. It's pretty wild. I have my new Black Snowy Owl so I  think I'm good as far as Scubas are concerned for now. I can't make up my mind whether I like it or not.


See Me Ride Poncho made of Glyde for bike commuting. You know, because women are really embracing commuting to work via bike. Cycling to work is sweaty and most women typically use a ton of products making themselves presentable that they've got to either stash at work or tote with them. In addition, riding a bike increases women's vulnerability to bad guys. I just don't see it happening in droves for the ladies. Although, maybe this is aimed for college kids. I used to bike around campus when I had to be out in the wee hours of the morning. However, as a soccer slash baseball mom, I can see this jacket coming in handy for drizzly days on the sidelines/stands. I'm sure the price is outrageous but I'll definitely give this a try if it makes it to my local store. Not sure if it will, the greater Los Angeles area is very car-centric nor particularly rainy.


See Me Ride Commuting pants made of Glyde with reflectivity. These will be a pass for me.

NEW! Down Jacket and Cape (?) Jacket

The Michigan Somerset store posted a photo this morning of some new jackets. It looks like there is a new down jacket coming and what I am going to call a "cape" jacket because it has big bell sleeves. (you can click on the photos to see a larger version)