A few new things this week from Australia, Asia, and Europe lululemon:
If you liked the recent &go everywhere dress but didn’t love the short sleeves, you’re in luck! Here’s a long sleeve version of the same thing. It looks like it still has the same side zip pocket, so if that caused seam puckering issues on you, it’ll probably be the same deal on this version.
A nice new space dye camo forage teal define jacket. I’m guessing “camo” is a new color (not actually a camo print).
Speaking of green, new heathered rain touch gator green hi-rise wunder under crops. This texture looks interesting.
Two interesting new swiftly patterns: forage teal with a varied stripe pattern, and heathered sapphire blue peppered with black. The sapphire blue swiftly reminds me of the pigment blue salt and pepper scuba hoodie from several years ago.
Preview of a new print: shadow wrap. You’re looking at an energy bra and inspire crops.
New &go cityfarer anorak in dark fuel.
Remember that open-back top I mentioned in the upload post earlier today? Well, here it is. It’s called the chaturanga tee.
These interval crops have popped up a couple times overseas, but this new ultra violet pair makes it way easier to see the details.
It looks like the fast turn team tried to salvage these unfortunate shorts by chopping a few inches off: they’re now the long story short-er. The long story shorts sold so badly that one outlet is trying to unload a whole rack of them for the staggering sum of $4 a pair.
The new &go everywhere pants look decent here, but then I saw a pic of the hip/waist area:
I’m not sure what is happening here, but I don’t like it.
Bringing this post full circle: another dress. This is the beach to studio dress, a lightweight vitasea number. It’s out of season for North America, so I’m not sure it’ll make it here this time, but you never know.