Monday, January 23, 2012

Photos: Push UR Limits, Ebb and Flow, Switch Back LS, New Astro Colors


The new Paris Pink Push UR Limits.



It looks like the new Ebb and Flow Tank also comes in black.

New Astro pants waistband in the latest Deep Indigo prints.



Some good photos showing the Deep Indigo Stripe Switch Back LS.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Which store is this from? thanks!!

Anonymous said...

What are the tops in the background of the push ur limits photo (the backside view)?? One looks like a dark pink stripe and maybe a solid dark pink.

Anonymous said...

Love the Paris Pink PUL!I wonder if this tank will bleed as well?

RunItMyWay said...

That new Ebb and Flow tank is seriously overpriced... and I don't really think it's that flattering. The model is tiny and gorgeous, but it doesn't flatter her - I can't imagine how it would look on someone with any weight at all in their mid-section, I think it would accentuate it terribly.

I'm also not sure why Lulu must make their running shirts so busy-looking.. I'm not really loving this new LS.

groovegirl said...

Is just me, or is the Deep Indigo Stripe Switch Back LS totally channeling the Hamburglar from Mickey D's? I know lulu's loving the stripes at the moment, but this is a little much/too comical for my taste. Definite pass for me - esp at $88.

Anonymous said...

I love stripes, but something seems "off" with the long sleeve top. Like someone mentioned, definitely a Hamburgler look! And for $88? LOL.

I do like the PUL tank, but again, why Paris Pink if it's going to bleed (c'mon, you know it will)

Anonymous said...

that push ur limits is mine! i hope the PUL, black camo CRB and Lime (or whatver) CMH bra don't ALL upload tomorrow because I WILL spend $150 on workout tops.

Anonymous said...

Agree with you Run It My Way at 1:56p.m. - the Ebb and Flow tank not only does nothing to enhance, unless you are in perfectly toned condition, it will show every lump and bump. Like some lulu tanks, it's cut way too deep near the arm pits, allowing any excess skin too overflow the top itself.

J in TO said...

I'm not too sure about the Switch Back LS -- especially at $88 -- but I love deep indigo and I'm hoping to see a Dance Studio Pant (or Studio Pant II as they are now calling it) in this colour!!

Anonymous said...

Seriously, who are they selling to? You can't tell me Lulu has that many employees buying this horrible looking stuff just because they get a 60% discount? I can't imagine anyone else buying it, much less paying full price.

There is not one thing on their website that I want. I used to stop in my store a few blks away almost every other day, but I only go in maybe once a week, knowing that my store won't have anything anyway. I've walked out of the store empty handed more than ever since Christmas. Lulu has definitely "jumped the shark".

But you all keep buying it, I still have stock in the company!

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 1:33 pm - The Push is from the Irvine, CA store. I am hoping for more Push colors. Lulu usually releases at least two or three colors in a style at a time. I have not bought any Paris Pink because 1) I find the color too bright & 2) it bleeds.

@ anon 1:46 pm - I think those are Scubas hanging on the back wall.

The Ebb and Flow looks comfortable - like a PJ top- but I agree with you all - it will show flaws. I hate overly deep armpits, too. $64 is too high for this. I predit major markdowns since it offers zero support and not much coverage. It's not a very practical/functional tank at all.

Stripes seem to be in every shop window so I think lulu is just going along with whatever the people who decide this have deemed is "in" this year. The Run It My Way actually looks like a nice design but I'm not excited about the colors it's in now.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... I generally like Lulu because their designs are playful. However, the proportion on these running shirts looks off to me. BTW, I am starting to feel that Lulu is getting a bit greedy with their pricing considering how fragile their items are. It's the market economy principle and a marketing strategy for sure, but after all these are for the most part yoga clothes of which we speak. Maybe they are trying to find the tipping point in pricing. Meanwhile, I am getting turned off a bit. I will stick to the basics while I can afford them, I suppose.