Fellow blogger Jenn of Running on Lentils recently put together two reviews of some current lulu goods you might find useful. She has a review of the miss misty jacket and a comparison/review of the new hit your stride skirt.
Bandier’s online shop is live! Bandier started off as a brick-and-mortar NYC operation, but I’ve been watching and waiting for their e-commerce doors to open. Their shop is devoted exclusively to luxury fitness wear; they stock hot brands I’ve talked about on this blog such as Michi, Alala, Splits59, K Deer, and many other brands waiting to be discovered! Bandier offers free returns and $10 shipping via UPS (free with orders $175+). They ship worldwide, although I can’t speak to how economical this is for Canada and beyond.
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Alala is doing a final closeout of their fall collection. Prices are now down to 50% off! The sale ends Friday, so this is your last chance! Take note that with this steep discount, all items are now final sale. If you want more info before you buy, their CS has been very responsive to my sizing q’s, and my Alala reviews, which include some of the sale merch, can be found here.
And a quick note those who are chomping at the bit for more previews of tonight’s upload: the uploads in Europe and Asia are both up. I opted not to do a full post since there’s almost nothing that hasn’t already been previewed in stores or on some recent foreign upload. Take note of the heatwave regular rise WUC and the minty grey pique vinyasa scarf. Note that the color code for the vinyasa, MCWH, matches the vinyasa that popped up in Canada a couple weeks ago. Hooray, my guess was right!
Last thing: print sneak peeks from instagram! These are designers from lulu HQ. There’s another view of the same stuff in this pic. In particular the inspire crops look like some kind of sweater-esque knit (it looks a lot like this arctic print from Alo) plus some kind of new speed tight print. If these come at all (no guarantee at this point), they could be as far off as fall based on the look of the prints and how long the design/production cycle is. Kudos to a lady on one of the Facebook chat boards for stumbling upon this!