Sunday, March 4, 2012

Photos: Run For All Singlet and Ultraviolet Practice Freely

The first educator photos I have seen of the Run: For All Singlet. I think this woman has sized down at least one if not two (and I suspect two) sizes to get such a fitted look.

More photos of the Ultraviolet/Dazzling Practice Freely tank.


I'm hoping to visit the store tomorrow. I got derailed this weekend because of a soccer tournament and a school project.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I dislike the singlet in every picture I see- way too plain for the price tag.

Anonymous said...

Would love to see the UV/Dazzling PF Tank paired with UV heathered WU. Would that be too much UV in one outfit? What do you guys think?

LuluAddict said...

Since the UV WU are heathered it might look ok, otherwise I'll say too much. I'd need to see a photo, though.

@ anon 10:51 pm - I can't get over there is no little key pocket in the singlet. I don't get that. That's usually the mark of a running top - the little pocket.

Anonymous said...

Someone tell me what a 'singlet' is?

Anonymous said...

A singlet is a simple design, loose fitting running tank. I bet this tank will function well.

Pink Peony 4 said...

I really like the PF in those 2 colors but I need to learn not to buy too many when it first comes out. I guess I'm afraid of sell outs. I'll be at the store today after a body combat class. If they have it I'll try it on and see how the colors look on. I'm returning the ride on blazer since I don't care for the Penguin tail look. Still thinking about the rest day pullover. It gets hot here in Texas. So far so good with all my purchases this week. Still hands down to ride on crops! I had to size up though. If my rancher husband thinks it's cute, it must be.

Anonymous said...

I am a 34dd and tried on the practice freely tank....sadly it showed a big crevice in my cleavage area and it was not a supportive enough bra. I passed on that in favor of my first push your limits tank. I think the no-limit tanks are a better option for bigger breasted women.

Anonymous said...

A singlet is also by definition sleevless....

Laurie said...

I want to see more pictures of the UV/Dazzling tank, I liked it in the pictures that were posted a few days ago but I'm not sure if I care for it on this model ):

Tifferoo said...

I am a similar size as anonymous, and I find the practice freely to work better for me than the no limit. I think that there are so many different factors that add up to good/bad fit. I think that with some of these drapey styled tops, torso length also plays a role. I think on me, no limits just have way to much fabric that swallows my waist and torso, where the pf skims a little better. No limit exposes a lot of side boob, where pf may show a little more cleavage. Once again, I'm sure rib cage width, etc., plays a factor. I wish that Lulu gave more styles of tanks the love when it comes to colors/seasons. That way, we could all find tanks that fit us well on the current colors. I'm sure the next round will go to the no limit. I love that tank on everyone else, just not myself.

Pink Peony 4 said...

I don't see a problem with it. It will draw the eyes to the dazzling bra. I think it's cute and makes a monochromatic look which is a good indication you're not mismatched. Try it again and see.

Laurie said...

@ Tifferoo,

I feel you on the No Limits tank. I bought one in flash/coal because I loved the colors and ended up returning it because I looked like I was drowning in it. The fit in the chest area was fine, but it made my 5"3, 100 lb frame look like I put on a good 20/30 lbs because it just poofed out awkwardly around my waist.

Anonymous said...

The new singlet looks functional, but for the price I would want more design details. On another note, I would really love to see more back on track tanks. They are cute, supportive and keep you cool during sweaty workouts. I need more of them!