Thursday, January 12, 2012

Photos: Graceful Tank

Has anyone tried the Graceful Flow tank on yet? The fit in this photo leads me to believe it might run small in the bust since it seems to cut into her armpits a bit. I always assume the educators choose their regular tank size. She also looks on the bustier side which could be causing this since I haven't noticed this on any of the other photos, but they are mainly of smaller-chested women.

Ok fit here
Ok fit here

Cuts in a bit here
I would say that bra is at capacity

12 comments:

Just_jill325 said...

It's cute. I do agree it seems tone made for smaller busted ladies

Anonymous said...

So much that they make is not flattering for average or large chests. What's with the Lululemon small chest obsession?

Anonymous said...

not good

Anonymous said...

Uhh I'm pretty sure Lulu doesn't have an "obsession" with small chests. Some fit for smaller chested women, and some tops fit better for bigger chested women. Big deal.

Anonymous said...

As a small-chested woman, I don't find this tank attractive as I think it would flatten my girls further. The details on top look mumsy to me, instead of cleavage-enhancing.

Anonymous said...

LLA, I love your tact and sense of humor in your posts. Definitely at capacity and possibly nearing a wardrobe malfunction if she moves to downward dog.

Anonymous said...

Yet another pregnant shirt ugh

Anonymous said...

I'm small chested and I will definitely be passing on this one. It isn't flattering at all and the detailing makes it look cheap imo.

Anonymous said...

I don't like this top at all, the pleats in the front are not flattering IMO

Anonymous said...

Makes her top look overstuffed and her midsection look both fat and pregnant.

Pass.

What's with lulu changing the colors every 3 weeks now???

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 6:48 pm - She certainly looks one twist away from a nip slip. ;-)

Lulu does tend to design for a more "athletic" shape. You can always layer another bra underneath, which is what I see a lot of women doing. I don't think it will look that great in this tank since it is going for a more "delicate" look. Scoop Neck tanks work pretty well for the bustier figure. I like the Power Y, too, with another bra underneath.

Anonymous said...

I'm totally behind Anon 5:55! I'm small chested but never crossed my mind to even consider looking at the additional pictures of this tank the day it was uploaded. Thought the bow on the chest looked so old fashion and emphasised the maternity look. I also dislike billowy tanks, with the exception of Let It Loose and the NLT, just because they have a band that makes the tank fitted around the hips.