Thursday, December 6, 2012

The New Scoop Neck Tanks and More

Hello, my Pretties, we missed you. Mwuh, mwuh, mwuh.


Beaming Blue Power Y and Chase Me Skirt (top) and Pacesetter Skirt.

The Black and White Classic Stripe Pacesetter Skirt.

11 comments:

Karin said...

I am so excited about the Scoop Neck tanks making a comeback. I tried one on before they discontinued it and loved the fit, but the colors they had in my size were ugly. I'm kind of liking the patterned black and white one, but will have to try on first to see if the flowers are in weird places.

Anonymous said...

the red scoop neck looks really cute on her! I find the CRB accentuates my stomach too much and I like shelf bras, so I have hopes for this tank. (Relatively new to LLL.)

Anonymous said...

The Scoop Neck Tank does not work for my body at all. However, it looks SO good on everyone else who wears it and I am jealous! I am glad that lulu has brought it back. What a beautiful tank.

Anonymous said...

Totally OT, but I'm a newbie to running outside (or at all) and had commented about a month ago that my arms (and butt) are always cold, but my core overheats so these thick jackets don't do it for me. I'm talking in 20 degree weather. But if it's super-windy, that cuts right through me. I tend to wear swiftlies to run in, and had taken to wearing my polka dot arm warmers over a LS swiftly (my hubby had lots of free fashion comments on that), but found something even better that I thought I'd share. I bought this Helly Hansen Windfoil jacket (onsale at backcountry.com for $112) http://shop.hellyhansen.com/us/item/w-windfoil-jacket-61973/

If you look at the pictures, the arms zipper off. So I now wear them all the time, just the arms, for my runs. This gives my core and armpits ventilation, but keeps my uncirculated arms warm! If my arms do warm up (which has only happened once), I can tie the arms around my waist and not have a big thing hanging down between my legs. They stay on by themselves pretty well, but I took a hiking bag strap with clips at each end and put it across to keep it in place. I also have a vest and jacket I can wear that breaks wind pretty well.

Just thought I'd share with others as it seemed like I'm not the only one! Now to find some non-down skirt to wear to keep my butt warm! Hoping to try northface, skhoop, and mountain hardware ones in the near future.

And thanks LLA for the blog!!!!
-v

MNjen said...

I saw some at my gym (they are a Lulu strategic partner) last night and they had the love red, a light purple one, and a black/gray striped one. I want them all! They make my shoulders look so sexy!

Lindsay Truax said...

I don't get why the didn't include the laceoflage on the upload last night. I am dieing to order that one!

Anonymous said...

Loving that chase me skirt. Any idea when that's going to be released?

Anonymous said...

I have 2 scoop necks and I always wanted to get a solid color one, but I didn't want a black one.
The blue one is on the website, I hope they have them at my local store it takes a week for my lulu stuff to arrive I don't think I can wait

M

Anonymous said...

the stripes on that pacesetter skirt do not look black but gray.

Anonymous said...

Haha, I SO agree with you! Not just LLL, but lots of outdoor activewear (north face, Patagonia, etc) is designed to keep your CORE warm. This is essential for survival if you're not moving - but as soon as you're exercising, your core is HOT! And all these jackets are designed for exercise - ex. North face ha one that is waaaaay to thin for anything but working out, yet it's insulated at the core and only a thin material layer on the sleeves. I also am thinking of trying some type of arm warmer system so I can wear less on my core and more elsewhere! So glad someone else said what I keep thinking about!!!

emilykanedesigns said...

Aw yay I took that top photo. Much love from lulu Princeton!