Friday, June 22, 2012

Pow Pink vs. Paris Pink

Photo comparing Pow Pink (the new Pow) - shown as the Wunder Unders (lighter) - vs. Paris Pink, the tank in the photo. Pow is lighter than Paris. (Thanks to Hilary for the photo.)

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this post! I was wondering what the difference was. Pow Pink seems to have a different color stitching too, compared to the paris pink (basing on the pow pink picture and my paris pink WU)...

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the comparison! I'm not digging the triangular gusset and the contrasting stitching. I never had CT problems before with my vast array of WUs, but my power purples with the triangular gusset gave me CT (and the WUs actually run a bit bigger than my other WUs). I'm thinking of switching to Beyond Yoga because they have the diamond/oval shaped gusset.

Anonymous said...

I was looking forward to the pow pink WUC but I feel that the contrasting stitching make possible CT issues more noticeable. Even though I'm fine with the triangular gusset, I'm more conscious of possible CT when wearing the bright pow purple compared to the deep indigo WUC.

Anonymous said...

Why does that new Hot But Not tank have to have a white body? Why bot pink or dark blue instead? AND they just put out a white one with dots. I Love this tank but as someone with pale skin, I just cannot wear white.

Anonymous said...

Curious to know of there are any reports of pow pink bleeding. I'm dying for a non pale-pink swiftly tech and hoping it will come out in pow pink!

Anonymous said...

Why did lulu change the gusset? If the diamond gusset worked why mess? I tried on a pair of fast and free crops and I had total camel, never had that problem before, same with the reverse groove shorts. What a shame!!! My lulu purchases are dwindling :(

Fro said...

I am a total pink addict and was so excited for these WU's in Pow Pink. But after reading these comments and other about the new triangle gusset ( why Lulu...why ) I'm scared even with a long tank ;-( And with the contrasting stitching it's like a bulls eye for the camel toe that is sure to make an unwelcome appearance!