Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Zipper CRB, Porcelaine Studio Crops, and More

 Find Bliss Tank with Porcelaine Blue Studio Crops.

Black Zipper SE CRB with Porcelaine Studio Crops

Flash Zipper Special Edition Cool Racerback with Dune Studio Crops


Flash Zipper SE CRB with White Free Fall Crops

Flash Zipper CRB with Porcelaine Free Fall Crops




More Zippy Run Tanks. The middle two photos show another bra, I think Flow Ys, layered underneath.




Inner Heart Bra photos, shown with Reverse Groove shorts. I've read the straps on this bra are longer than the Cross My Heart bra.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really want that flash Inner Heart bra! Wish they would restock it on the website!!!! I ordered the zipper SE CRB a couple weeks ago. So cute - love it.

amazr said...

I received my flash Inner Heart bra today, it's really a terrific supportive fit and very flattering. If you get one be sure to pre-soak before wearing. I've had it in the sink for about 4 hours now and I think I can dye easter eggs in the intensely pink water!

Anonymous said...

I got the Inner Heart bra the other day and am going to return it. It cuts too high below my armpits (across my chest) and gets in the way of moving my arms and makes marks. I find a lot of Lulu bras do this - I'm smaller, 36B, and prefer the really old organic cotton breathe bra, arise bra (older is better), and deep breath v is okay.

Hope those who want the IH can get it though!

Anonymous said...

I agree that it cuts really high on the sides and has a really thick part where the straps meet the bra in the front that shows under a CRB and looks odd. The straps are pretty tho, and the back is comfy. Please, please, please, Lulu, bring back the Energy Bra. Simple, pretty, comfy. I know you like to play around with new designs, and that's cool, but please keep designs that are popular and functional coming in new colors and your customers will be super happy and able to recommend tried and true styles to their running friends.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 2:30- have you tried the centered energy bra?

Anonymous said...

Didn't get a chance to try the Inner Heart bra but the super thick straps look uncomfortable... and I did just buy two 50 Rep bras on eBaay for $40 ($20 each!). Wish they would bring back the Energy bra.

For anyone that has tried the Free to Be Bra (currently on the website in white and black fully stocked)... is it enough support for a 34C? I know it looks a bit low cut (but not as much as the Arise). The back looks SO cute and I want to wear it for short runs and yoga but don't want to spill out of it.

Anonymous said...

^Forgot to add I wear a 6 in all lulu tops and bra.s

Anonymous said...

Someone recently posted on this very blog about a bra available at Nordstrom that is almost exactly like the Lululemon Energy bra. I bought one about two weeks ago; it's by a company called Colosseum, and the style is Can't Beat the Heat. SO CUTE. Very comfy. Very flattering. A few dollars cheaper than the Lulu version, which isn't available right now anyway, except on ebay. Also, you get Nordstrom's excellent return policy too!

Anonymous said...

Anyone with a large chest (think DD+) and a small band size should really really reaaaaally try the Panache sports bra. I'm a 34GG and it's amazing. Lifts, separates (NO inoboob) and holds the girls in place. Also, the back straps have a cool hook that allows it to become a racerback as well. Totally my favorite ever, because LLL doesn't make any in my size.

Anonymous said...

Uniboob *

Anonymous said...

What do people who have the studio pants think of them? I find them extremely long and debating whether to get them hemmed or even return them. The drawstring doesn't seem to help me and they look poofy at the bottom when I try to use the drawstring.

Anonymous said...

I am between an A and a B cup and I have several free to be bras and love them for barre and yoga. However, they are not enough support for me to run in them. Hope this helps.

Anonymous said...

I have a lot of studio pants and crops and love them! About half I got hemmed and the other half I use the string. I had a bad experience once and the pants were hemmed too short. Can't do anything about it once they are high waters, which sucks ($98 down the drain since I never wear those pants anymore, gonna find a short friend to give them to someday haha). So if you don't like the poofiness, I recommend getting them hemmed and just err on the long side. They have that ruched seam which makes them lift up a little bit. You can also ask to have them hemmed but retain the string inside, maybe pay an extra $5-10 but then you can have them the right length and still pull the string when needed to lift them off the floor if you're wearing flip flops or something :)

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:21: I felt the same way about the studio pants. Tries them on at the store and they were extremely long and the drawstring did not help. They did suggest to get them hemmed but think that might change the integrity of the pant. Im debating on getting the studio crop though! :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi anon 4:34 I am a 34C-D and have the free to be bra.
it shows quite a bit of cleavage. I have a 6. I was using it for yoga and every day use. I thought of sizing up the the 8. It is a very cute top and quite comfortable

Anonymous said...

Any word on the concord wunder unders????

Unknown said...

How do you get them hemmed keeping the drawstring? I didn't think that was possible for studio pants

Anonymous said...

What about the concord ebb & flow crops???

Anonymous said...

Hi Uknown, you don't keep the drawstring. I had my studio pants hemmed and they look just as nice without.

Anonymous said...

The Porceline Blue reminds me of the color "Cornflower" in the Crayola-box---my least favorite color. PASS

Anonymous said...

I've had my DSPs hemmed keeping the drawstring in 2 different ways. One way, they cut off the bottom with the string in it, cut the pants to the length you wanted and then reattach the bottom with the string. It is not noticible as they cut/attach where there was a sew line anyway. Then I had another pair done at the seamstress from the Carmel, CA lululemon and she actually re-made that pocket for the string complete with new button holes for the string to come out of. Either way the string functions as it did on the original pant. You just have to request it, and sometimes have to pay a small extra charge. At least that is how it has been from the Carmel small store and the San Jose full size store.

Anonymous said...

I'm quite short (5 feet) and I have a few pairs of the studio crops and pants. I've gotten the pants hemmed and they look great. If you had them hemmed too short, bring them back and get them hemmed into a crop length. I've done that with pants that I just didn't like the length of, before.

I've even had my WU crops hemmed. Yup, I'm that short.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, scared for my wallet next week! :|

Anonymous said...

I tried an 8 in the Inner Heart Bra (my Energy size) and I had major back smush. Not flattering at all. Didn't have time to fetch a size up, but it seems to me these are a size up. I'm 36C.