Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Bliss Pink Stripe Vinyasa and More of the Pique Wunder Unders

Another new Vinyasa color spotted. I think this is the new Bliss Pink that has been listed in the product notices. It looks like this might be made of rulu but it's hard to tell from this photo. (Thanks to Ms. S. for the photo.)


Some more photos of the new textured Wunder Under Pants. The color for the ones on the left are CSTB and the right are CPBL (coco pique black). (Thanks to Ms. C. for the photos.)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ugh, the wu look like they were made from 80's office carpet.

HPSauce said...

BA HA HA HA!!!

sophia said...

the one on the right (coco pique?) looks identical to the horribly sheer sweater knit print WU

anonymous me said...

I want to like the pique on the right because they look comfy, but they also bear a strong resemblance to long underwear.

I really don't want people to think I'm walking about with long underwear as pants, though if I did I could do so carrying a tin cup and possibly collect enough alms to pay for them. (I kid, I would totally donate any such gotten alms to people in real need, as in not in "need" of lulu long underwear).

-anonymous me

anonymous me said...

P.S. The Bliss Pink, from the first photo looks too 'little girly' pink for me. Maybe it's just the photo colour, but it doesn't appeal. The brighter pinks are better and more 'adult' in my mind.

Is it just me, or does anyone else see it? Maybe it's because I have a little girl and I dress her in pink a lot.

-anonymous me

Anonymous said...

That still looks like a pretty bright pink to me, but hard to tell from the pic. I would have liked a more grown up and not 80s neon pink. Don't get me wrong, I like bright pink, but enough is enough.

@anon 2:38 I don't think people will think you are wearing long underwear. Looks kind of like tweed to me.

Anonymous said...

The blue vinyasa scarf does look like a J-cloth ! Bahaha ! J-cloth around the neck ! Lulu is trying to see what silly things they can sell.

LuluAddict said...

I had to google what a J-cloth was. They're called handiwipes here.

Anonymous said...

Hehe haha 80's carpet!!!