There have been numerous reviews about the new lululemon NULUX pants being sheer and here is another picture to share of a close up of the nulux material stretched over skin. It’s really a shame that Lululemon didn’t do more testing (or any it seems) on the opacity of this material. Had they judged it too sheer for tight pants, the material could still have been used for run pullovers, tops and tanks. The material feels really lovely and despite initially not liking it I actually do love the look of the print (It’s a very nuanced neutral) but it’s just a total function fail for tight run bottoms. That’s not to mention the fact that they can’t be used for yoga (back zipper) and are not compressive enough for distance running, and lack the function of run dedicated pockets. I was thinking about the compression issue today and realized that for my gym use, the lack of compression will equate to a lot of bounce with plyometric type exercises.  This is all based on my own observation and feedback from other readers, but that being said there will be a large segment of customers that will absolutely love these and will not be bothered by the sheerness. I am bothered by the price tag attached $138 ($154.55 with tax for me), and the marketing hype for these. 

Months ago Lululemon put out the Speed Wunder Tights in Deep Sea print which where Full-On-Luxtreme. I purchased those and loved them, and found them opaque but ended up returning them due to the price. $128 ($143 with tax). If you read the reviews on those pants though they are very negative with a lot of people saying they are completely sheer. I think for these premium price tags Lululemon really has to up their game and provide OPAQUE pants. This is the number one concern for women in athletic apparel. Will my pants be sheer at the gym? That’s not an issue of modesty, thats an issue of feeling decent and feeling confident and focused in your workout. That is a function of athletic apparel they need to be committed to addressing. No new marketing jargon of ‘pant sensation’, ‘naked feeling’, ‘hugged feeling’ will make most of us overlook the glaring issue that our pants are sheer during squats, bends, lunges, good mornings or whatever workout you use your athletic apparel for. 


First two Speed Wunder Tights NULUX reviews online



  1. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 12:52 am

    I can't believe that all fabrics for bottoms are not checked for sheerness. I think they were betting on the busy print detracting customers from noticing the sheerness or overlook it because they love the print and will just wear a long top over them. I hope they get a whole s__tload of grief over these. Shame on you Lululemon, sheer fabric bottoms are not innovative, functional, or worthy of such a high price tag.

    I am getting so disgusted by what this company is willing to do to get their costs down. Poor quality construction, cheap details, cheap fabrics, cheap designs, sheer fabrics, high prices and thinking we are gullible enough to keep buying it because it has a lulu logo on it.

  2. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 1:17 am

    OMG I tried these on today and oh boy! COMPLETELY SEE THRU! I'm a size 4 Luon but sometimes I wear 6 on Luxtreme. I tried on size 6 and holy moly! The sales person told me she can see my nude underwear and my skin….. I was mortified. The manager came over and she said her day has been like hell with numerous customers complaining about the see thru material and how they can justify $128. She told me and everyone else to call GEC. I told her GEC is totally useless. Manager is pretty sure they will be given instructions to pull all the Nulux Marble pants off the shelves.

    Anyway, I left there with a couple pairs of the new black and white print speed shorts which are very cute.

  3. September 8, 2016 / 3:47 am

    It baffles me that they continue to make sheer pants. I bought a pair of WHITE crops made by Nux off of Carbon38 this summer and they are perfectly opaque. I can even wear hot pink underwear without any see-thru issues. The fabric feels like old luon to me. And on top of it all, they were only $68. So, it can be done!! Lulu needs to get it together!

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 4:16 am

      I absolutely LOVE old school Luon – by far my favourite Lulu fabric ever (I only buy Luon bottoms for yoga, do not like Luxtreme at all for yoga). I also really love white clothing and have been wishing for white Wunder Under Crops and white Groove Pants (both with the original waistbands)… but know that in reality these days white Lululemon bottoms would end up being sheer if they ever made them šŸ™ Thanks for posting this, I'll have to check them out šŸ™‚

  4. September 8, 2016 / 6:07 am

    I'm torn. I actually love these pants and raved about the fabric…before I really checked the sheerness. I actually don't like compression and don't see the need for it considering I run in shorts in the summer…which have no compression, which is why I love the fabric feel. Compression just squishes me in the waist and that's not comfy. Aside from that, I love the print on these but now I've just gone back and checked them with nude undies. I can't see the nude undies but if I do an extreme bend over, I see the sheer. Does that bother me? Not SO much because I would never bend that way under normal running circumstances lol. But for that price, yeah it should NOT be sheer.

    I'm torn because I love the feel/fit of these and actually like the back zip. I don't like normal speed tights. But that's too much for sheerness šŸ™

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 6:45 am

      I am by no means "super fit". I have athletic curvy behind and legs. Tried on my normal size 8 and actually really liked them. I was surprised. I did the bend over test and my friend (who is an educator and sometimes too honest in her opinions) said they looked great and couldn't see anything. If be curious to know if people are just trying too small of size.

    • Lulumum
      September 8, 2016 / 6:17 am

      Hang on to them for the two weeks and see if they get recalled – and them decide. Regardless, if you love them and wear them but then they get recalled they will very likely take them back. The print is really gorgeous, and the material feels really great. I think for your figure the sheerness is much less of an issue since you are super fit, then for us mere mortals.

    • Lulumum
      September 8, 2016 / 6:19 am

      They looked fantastic on you, and fantastic on Ms. R. If I had your figures and I was using them for running I would keep them.

    • Lulumum
      September 8, 2016 / 6:55 am

      Do you think maybe the sizing is off on these contributing to the sheerness? I wonder if they run half a size small (allowance made because of the lycra) and that is contributing to sheerness. I am always a size 10 in pants, occasionally (seldom) depending on where I am with my fitness I have been a size 8. I am really curious to try a size 12 now to see if that eliminates the sheerness.

      I noticed more sheerness at home in day light vs. in store with fitting room lighting.

  5. September 8, 2016 / 6:15 am

    I'm torn. I actually love these pants and raved about the fabric…before I really checked the sheerness. I actually don't like compression and don't see the need for it considering I run in shorts in the summer…which have no compression, which is why I love the fabric feel. Compression just squishes me in the waist and that's not comfy. Aside from that, I love the print on these but now I've just gone back and checked them with nude undies. I can't see the nude undies but if I do an extreme bend over, I see the sheer. Does that bother me? Not SO much because I would never bend that way under normal running circumstances lol. But for that price, yeah it should NOT be sheer.

    I'm torn because I love the feel/fit of these and actually like the back zip. I don't like normal speed tights. But that's too much for sheerness šŸ™

  6. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 6:41 am

    I tried these on in store yesterday and actually liked the fit and feel. I did not find them to be completely sheer as others have. What the educator told me about them is they are designed strictly for cardio…aka running and not for down dog (yoga). I am not certain this was advised as they designed the tights or if it was an after thought after getting the sheerness feedback. However, The people who are complaining about sheerness need to listen to the educators and use the products as intended. And besides, once you remove the rip tag…you honestly cannot tell any "sheerness". I don't understand the higher price point though. That I cannot get behind.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 2:04 pm

      Hmm, that's funny… because on the website it clearly says "designed for run, train, yoga"…

    • September 8, 2016 / 3:42 pm

      I don't get it…don't you people have to bend over to tie your shoes?

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 4:17 pm

      I'm not a runner, but always thought stretching was considered super important for runners, and that a run included some kind of stretching session afterwards (or after some kind of warm up before the actual run). but what do I know.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 8:29 pm

      Then why are the pants being sold/marketed for basically all activities? I guess the automatons at LLL HQ must not engage in the full range of human motion. I like to, you know, tie my shoe, or stretch, or move…at all. The videos depict people doing Crossfit type workouts and other things that don't exactly lend themselves to being vertical at all times, and 'cardio' encompasses a pretty wide range of activities. I would have laughed my way out of the store if someone told me a pair of pants was designed for running and therefore didn't have to be opaque. I wouldn't even be able to do my job if I were instructed to tell that kind of BS to customers.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 8:54 pm

      this is ridiculous! are we supposed to run with our bodies completely straight? oh, something just dropped out of my pocket; never mind leave it there, I cannot bend. oops my shoe laces came undone; just keep running. wait, I need to stretch my legs; don't, you don't need to, you can do it later at home when no one is watching.
      brilliant lulu, just brilliant!

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 11:56 pm

      I agree. The people who are having a problem with sheerness are probably wearing too small of a size.

  7. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 8:43 am

    What a trainwreck watching Lululemon turning into Nike. Hideous prints, thin material, generic look. Nothing looks special anymore. Nothing screams Lulu anymore. I log into the site and don't recognize the lulu of before. Yuck!
    Thumbs down for the new Lulu!

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 1:20 pm

      Lol Nike wouldn't make anything that sheer or unflattering.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 3:02 pm

      Nike makes a lot that's unflattering. The head of design now for Lulu is from Nike I believe hence all the Nike-ish looking gear.

  8. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 10:18 am

    Goodness, please stop defending this company and trying to rationalize the sheerness re: running a half size small, bad batches etc. It's simply ridiculous. I get so tired of reading this over the years; this vicious circle. Why can't you just leave it at "it's not acceptable, you should know by now, LLL." This is an "athletic" (quotes, because it is quite debatable these days) apparel company that should absolutely not have this issue if appropriate testing and quality control were done. Which we know by now, was not done (from years of observation and experience). This is the same old, same old from LLL. Let's go for looks, what's trendy and hot, and forget about substance. Who's accountable? The designers or Potdevin & Co.? All of them. The feedback falls on deaf ears because they are focused on top line growth, cost cutting, global expansion. They do not care about the true athlete anymore, they only pretend to.

    This BS line "they're designed only for running" has got to go. Yes, some items have features (lightweight, compressive, pockets, no pockets, etc.) that are geared towards a particular activity. Myself, I absolutely get it because I am a hard core runner and yogi. However, in today's current times, they know by now their apparel needs to serve many activities. Haven't they even made a point of saying they are now focused on gym goers, Cross Fit, Boot Camp, TRX participants and so forth? So don't give us this line that "they're really only for running." Way to not make the sale!

    It's no skin off my nose. I'm not dramatic about any of this. I actually do not like the print at all; I think it's dirty looking and overall it has zero appeal to me. The softness/feeling of the fabric may be its only positive attribute. The overall deterioration of LLL bottoms in particular, in the last few years, has meant they don't get my money for those items.

    And correct, there are many brands out there that offer great, technically sound (i.e. comfort, performance, no sheerness, great looking) apparel that costs less than LLL or even more, if that's the way you roll. I can think of a number of brands, which I actually won't mention here because you'll think I'm shilling for them, which I am not.

    Anyhow, I used to spend much more on LLL that I do today. The LLL rose-coloured and myopic glasses came off a long time ago. They still do some things well, but less and less (hello, CRB1 going/gone and this sorry excuse of the CRB2; final straw for me). I have come to expect far less from this brand and I won't be suckered by the crazy prices for crap quality or 'design', largely the vomitous amount of mesh.

    Sorry, comment is longer than intended. Thanks for reading it if you did.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 2:10 pm

      Well said, I couldn't agree more!

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 2:44 pm

      THIS!!! 100% agree

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 2:50 pm

      Yes, absolutely. Very well said!

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 6:32 pm

      So true, I agree. (I actually went to the store to try on the new Nulux tights. The hand feel is very nice indeed. In deep bend, they were see-through. I'm not a runner, so I wouldn't be interested in buying it, but I think the sheerness and the price will doom this first Nulux batch.)

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 8:32 pm


    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 11:54 pm

      I disagree you are being very dramatic.

  9. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 12:36 pm

    I agree with Anon 3:18am that this is just not acceptable. Should LLL start a line called "skinny girl sheer" where product that is sheer can only be worn by skinny girls who won't stretch the fabric? This reminds of the Aligns Nulu fabric that everyone was raving about when it was first introduced. The feel of the fabric is fabulous but the quality/performance sucks due to excessive pilling and poor seams. Being that Nulux fabric is sheer I wouldn't hold my breath that it is going to hold up in the quality department especially with the track record of this company of late.

  10. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 2:26 pm

    Agree with you both anon 3:18am and 5:36am. I really don't understand how people are so quick to defend this company after all we've seen. It's just one thing after another, and yet, there are still many people (sheeple) willing to go along with it all.

    In the photos above it is clear that the pants are sheer with just a finger stretching the fabric minimally. I can't even imagine this working for the straight 'ruler' type shapes, even on those shapes the legs and butt going stretch the fabric more than what is shown in the photos above. And it makes no difference whether supposed to be for run or whatever, there is no excuse for sheer pants, especially at this price. I have to shake my head at anyone who tries to justify this, I just don't understand that at all.

  11. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 3:05 pm

    I guess lulu wasn't kidding about "naked sensation"….. Lol!

  12. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 3:48 pm

    All this talk and prior knowledge about sheerness is almost laughable when you think about the digital lace print launching soon… will sell out over night and I plan to partake!

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 4:32 pm

      Well, I'm not at all interested (for many reasons) in the hyped up soon to be launched digital lace print…

  13. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 4:36 pm

    Agree with 3:18. Amen sister.
    In particular, the "too small of a size" argument makes me want to scream. I am so sick of it. With athletic gear especially, size is such a personal preference. There is not a "correct" size. If someone is – according to lulu educators or their measurements or the opinion of others on the blogs – a size 8, but they prefer a 4 because they personally feel that a 4 is more comfortable and provides extra function (i.e., compression, etc.), then that makes a 4 their size. Size for athletic performance gear is not an objective stat like height or weight. I can't even count the number of times that I have been told I had the "wrong size" by lulu educators (I prefer a size up from what they think I should be cause I don't like tight clothing). It makes me want to smack them. Although, honestly, almost everything the educators do lately makes me want to smack them. They can't all be THAT weird and excessively happy naturally…. It has to be the way they are trained or something. It makes my skin crawl. Thank god for online shopping. When I go to return things I seriously consider taking a shot first just so I can survive the in-store experience without being rude or violent. Ha.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 4:56 pm

      Agreed. …and yes, the *educators* and all the weird Lulu jargon are so cult like, it makes my skin crawl as well, seriously, it has always been a huge turn off from the brand for me as well. I mean, I love a lot of the clothes (although not so much these days… discontinued favourites, generic looking overpriced crap, all the mesh, downhill quality overall, designs clearly designed with cost cutting in mind over all else, etc etc, I sound like a broken record, haha) but hate that (the weird cultish) aspect of it all, as well as the way this company does what it does.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 6:43 pm

      Ha ha! I love buying on line but hate the in store returns it inevitably results in.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 11:51 pm

      I don't agree with you at all. If the pants are sheer for you then you are probably wearing too small of a size.

    • Lulumum
      September 9, 2016 / 12:04 am

      Right. Or lululemon is manufacturing sheer pants, as they've done before. Here is some information on their past official recall

      here is a picture of the level of sheer pants they are willing to manufacture and send to stores for educators to sell, and promote. This recall was followed by many remarks just like your own here.

      If the pants are good for you, then wear them happily and proudly.

    • Lulumum
      September 9, 2016 / 12:08 am

      "The ingredients, weight and longevity qualities of the pants remain the same but the coverage does not, resulting in a level of sheerness in some of our women's black Luon bottoms that falls short of our very high standards," the company said in a statement.

      ^these remarks where made after months of customers complaints being met with 'these are not meant for working out in', 'you are wearing the wrong size', and my personal favourite, relabelling Wunder Unders that where sheer and renaming them 'unders' with instructions that the pants are meant to be layered under longer tops and skirts.

  14. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 6:21 pm

    This is no surprise to me, which is sad. I think running is more forgiving on sheerness but this lacks compression and pockets like you said!

  15. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 9:16 pm

    by no means am I defending Lululemon's latest shenanigans but is it possible these sheer running tights are made smaller to accommodate runners' body sizing. I find in most running brands like Asics, Adidas Adizero/Supernova clothes are made smaller than other sub-brands for training or lifestyle. ie. I wear LLL4 = Adizero/Supernova S but extra-small in all other Adidas. HTH

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 3:10 am

      From what I am reading there have been no comments or reviews stating these are running small or are not tts. Some have stated they have sized up but still get the sheerness.

  16. Anonymous
    September 8, 2016 / 9:51 pm

    For those of you who want to read how Lululemon is responding to poor reviews of the Speed Wunder Under Tights go read the reply by LLL to YogaAtheltic Sept. 7 review. I am at a loss for words after reading it.

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 9:55 pm

      omg… unbelievable… I can see why you are at a loss for words, I am too šŸ™

    • Anonymous
      September 8, 2016 / 11:44 pm


      This is just getting hilarious.

    • September 9, 2016 / 1:08 am

      lol what a condescending reply! "I recently tried them on myself"? And yes.. It does say for run, train and YOGA

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 1:00 pm

      I just submitted a response to LLL's response calling them out on the fact that the website says they're designed for yoga and asked if they'll claim the pants aren't for running if/when it turns out this Nulux fabric pills. We'll see if they actually post my comment.

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 1:28 pm

      LOL that reply is amazing. Also, sweaty cardio sessions could include burpees…. which require great coverage. Lulu just blows my mind sometimes. At least it's entertaining! šŸ™‚

  17. Anonymous
    September 9, 2016 / 3:22 am

    Sorry they did not give you the coverage you were after???!!!! Are we not all after covering our panties and rear end when buying pants? This remark sounded like a Shill review. I tried these pants on and the feel of Nulux is amazing… Geez a person just states the pants are sheer and you get a digital team member expounding on how great they feel. I guess we should all be rushing out to buy these high priced sheer pants because they feel so amazing.

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 5:29 pm

      exactly! people are complaining about sheerness and they talk about how they feel. apples and oranges!

  18. September 9, 2016 / 2:12 pm

    I had tried to post a review twice of the speed wunder tights – each time for some reason it was never posted. Lucky for me, I work with programming and was able to run a couple tests and found out that lululemon does indeed filter out reviews with negative feedback. Shame on you, lululemon!!

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 2:58 pm

      try writing a review using affirmative statements. like, these pants are amazingly sheer, if you want your panties to be exposed please buy these, etc
      let's see how that works for them lol

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 3:57 pm

      UGH this makes me so mad! This company is turning out to be really gross

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 4:01 pm

      I heard thru the grapevine that lululemon was trying to sell as many of these speed wunder tights to their 'sheep customers' (a term that an actual lululemon employee used) prior to issuing a recall so that they can make as much money as they can off of this blunder….LLM would you happen to know anything about this?

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 4:29 pm

      Yup indeed they are trying their best to push them on customers. I'm not falling for it. They tried that on me and I asked them why I would pay $128+ tax for something that is sheer? I tried them on for shits and giggles. I'm a sz2 and tried on 4. YUP VERY SHEER! She said "oh shit"

  19. Anonymous
    September 9, 2016 / 4:16 pm

    Some of The sales girls at Lulu are the biggest idiots I know. I went into one of the stores in CT and inquired about those see thru tights. She told me to try them on and see what I think. I indeed tried them on and had my light pink thongs on. No bend over test needed. I can see they are sheer where I see th light pink color of my thongs, my skin and the rip tag. The idiot proceeds to tell me they are completely opaque!?!? I asked her if she needs glasses and she said she has 20/20 vision and they look great on me. I'm a sz4 5'7" 25 waist and 35" hips and weigh 112 lbs. I'm pretty thin and lean. I'm a marathon runner (I run two full a year and do 2 half ironman a year) and I would never wear those for running. I'm a serious runner and train all the time. Lululemom tights unravel at the seams and i have to treat them as I do my lingerie. NO THANKS!

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 4:31 pm

      Sales girls are sales girls. just because they have been nicknamed 'Educators' does not make their job anymore glamorous, or require any higher level qualifications for that matter. By giving their sales team names like 'Educators', it boosts the esteem of their employees, makes it more desirable to work there, and all the while the company does not have to provide them with any 'real' incentives, like good wages, benefits, etc…. Very smart HR move, actually.

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 4:34 pm

      'does not require any higher level qualifications'…haha true that!

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 5:27 pm

      anon 9:16AM considering the high amount of running time you do, what running gear would you recommend? do you have a favorite brand for tights/crops/shorts?

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 7:58 pm

      Anon 10:27- I wear a ton of 2XU, Sweaty Betty and Nike running tights. I can wash them w towels and they still look perfect. I don't dry them tho. I just hang dry them. I use Arm and Hammer and Tide Sport liquid detergents which work great.

    • Anonymous
      September 10, 2016 / 1:27 am

      thank you!

  20. September 9, 2016 / 4:36 pm

    LOL the 'benefits' that lululemon gives to its 'Educators' are pretty embarrassing for a company of that size. I'm surprised this actually hasnt been a bigger issue within the employees themselves

    • September 9, 2016 / 7:16 pm

      They have paid maternity leaves

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 7:47 pm

      I've worked on the business side of Lululemon. Let me tell you – after moving on to another company, I can tell you, the benefits they offer really are an embarrassment.

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 8:00 pm

      That's why all the good sales people are leaving.

    • Anonymous
      September 9, 2016 / 9:19 pm

      If you're a working Canadian, you get paid maternity leave. It's nothing exclusive to Lulu!

  21. Lulumum
    September 9, 2016 / 4:13 pm

    I have a pretty good relationship with eds at local stores and some have been very direct in their response to 'have people been complaining about sheerness' and others have been indirectly saying the same. The party line is 'these are for running, not suitable for gym workouts'. I wouldn't put an Ed in a position of answering a question that hurts their employement so I drop it but it is clear there is a lack of confidence in these pants, in this particular print.

  22. Anonymous
    September 10, 2016 / 5:46 pm

    Note to LLL which increases its prices for lesser quality and design, and thinks it can compete in the luxury retail sector:

    "The latest statistics underpinning the sector arenā€™t all that encouraging for upscale apparel retailers. Overall sales of womenā€™s clothing and accessories grew by a threadbare 0.5 per cent between June 2015 and June 2016, according to Statistics Canada, while menā€™s clothing fell by 0.1 per cent during the same period. Footwear sales rose two percent.
    Meanwhile, sales of home electronics, including cameras and computers, were up 6.5 per cent. 'The luxury market is stuck in a holding pattern for the foreseeable future,' said Claudia Dā€™Arpizio, lead author of the study, predicting continued, measured growth of 2 to 3 per cent through 2020."

    Quote from:

  23. September 11, 2016 / 9:47 pm

    Just out of curiosity went to one of my local stores to check out these pants. Guess what they are completely sold out in all sizes. They had some kind of event with one of the cross fit gyms which gives participants 20% off . With 20% off sheerness wasn't an issue I guess

    • Anonymous
      September 12, 2016 / 1:15 pm

      I'm not surprised, and I'm sure the discount didn't make much of a difference. I am currently and Educator, and we were instructed by upper management to aggressively push these pants as much as we could to sell them prior to a recall (if it will happen). I don't agree with this but…oh well!

    • Anonymous
      September 12, 2016 / 1:25 pm

      omg, what is wrong with people… I wouldn't wear these pants if they were free and/or paid me to…

      Anon 6:15, I'm not surprised that they are trying to push the pants… this company truly disgusts me.

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Ruffle Neck Sweater HALOGENĀ®
Hooded Leather Moto Jacket CASLONĀ®
Maurine Bootie SAM EDELMAN
Pointy Toe Mule AGL
Jordan Ripped Crop Bootcut Jeans L’AGENCE
Travel Lip Maestro Set GIORGIO ARMANI
Garden Fleur Chiffon Blouson Dress VINCE CAMUTO
VoluptƩ Tint-in-Balm Kiss Set YVES SAINT LAURENT
Mix Print Top HINGE
Haddie Faux Suede Moto Jacket KUT FROM THE KLOTH Grey
Haddie Faux Suede Moto Jacket KUT FROM THE KLOTH Red
Twist Peplum Hem Top TOPSHOP
Zip Detail Leggings ALEXANDER WANG
Smoking Slipper AGL Red
Smoking Slipper AGL Black
Vince Camuto Sleeveless V Neck Top
Yizelda Lace Shoulder Sweater TED BAKER LONDON Grey
yizelda Lace Shoulder Sweater TED BAKER LONDON Pink
Yizelda Lace Shoulder Sweater TED BAKER LONDON Green
Tab Over Cotton Utility Pants NORDSTROM SIGNATURE
Ted Baker London Adjustable Handle Leather Tote Floral Print
Ted Baker London Adjustable Handle Leather Tote
Ruffle Neck Blouse VINCE CAMUTO
Embroidered Swiss Dot Panel Sweatshirt VINCE CAMUTO
Button Neck Tee CASLONĀ®
Ribbed Trim Short Sleeve Hoodie VINCE CAMUTO
Tiered Ruffle Sleeve Garden Floral Top VINCE CAMUTO
Tiered Ruffle Sleeve Garden Floral Top VINCE CAMUTO
Frame Pleated Peplum Blouse
Marsden Flat Thong Sandal TORY BURCH White
Marsden Flat Thong Sandal TORY BURCH Tan
Marsden Flat Thong Sandal TORY BURCH
Colorblock Fit & Flare Sweater Dress VINCE CAMUTO
Careeta Pump Vince Camuto
Sam Edelman Helen Ankle Strap Pump
Marc Jacobs Sport Tote 2018 Nordstrom Anniversary Sale
Abby Sandal Alexander Wang 2018 Nordstrom Anniversary Sale
Pleated Peplum Hem Silk Tank FRAME
Pleated Hydrangea Skirt REBECCA TAYLOR
Rails Collins Military Jacket
Ted Baker Lizia Leather Biker Jacket Light Pink
Ted Baker Lizia Leather Biker Jacket Green
Ted Baker Lizia Leather Biker Jacket
BlankNYC CLOUD NINE DRAPE JACKET Black | NORDSTROM Anniversary Sale 2018
Leith Ribbed Shawl Cocoon Sweater
Ted Baker Wool Blend Long Wrap Coat
Veronica Beard Steel Jacket with Removable Turtleneck Dickey
Meant To Be Jacket BlankNYC
Blank NYC Meant To Be Moto Jacket
Tory Burch Marsden Pebbled Leather Tote
Ted Baker London Lizia Leather Biker Jacket – Nude Pink
Rib Trim Silk Blouse VINCE
Button & Scarf Detail Wool Sweater MARC JACOBS
Cashmere Directional Rib Mock Neck Sweater NORDSTROM SIGNATURE
Cashmere Directional Rib Mock Neck Sweater
Smocked Neck Blouse VINCE CAMUTO Red
Smocked Neck Blouse VINCE CAMUTO Pink
Smocked Neck Blouse VINCE CAMUTO Black
ā€˜Le Pliageā€™ Expandable Tote LONGCHAMP
‘Le Pliage’ Expandable Tote LONGCHAMP
Double Breasted Plaid Coat SOSKEN
Lace Yoke Poplin Pinstripe Blouse HALOGENĀ®
Puff Sleeve Merino Wool Blend Sweater HALOGENĀ®
Cable Cashmere Sweater NORDSTROM SIGNATURE
Chuck TaylorĀ® All StarĀ® Platform Sneaker CONVERSE
Brinkley Over the Knee Stretch Boot STEVE MADDEN
oakwood street ā€“ lora pebbled leather hobo KATE SPADE NEW YORK
oakwood street ā€“ lora pebbled leather hobo KATE SPADE NEW YORK
Olga Boiled Wool Topcoat J. CREW
J.Crew Dover Blazer J. CREW
J.Crew Dover Blazer J. CREW
Le Slender Straight Leg Jeans FRAME
Classic Leather Moto Jacket MICHAEL MICHAEL KORS
Classic Leather Moto Jacket MICHAEL MICHAEL KORS Taupe
Cela Bow Slide LOUISE ET CIE
Wacoal Basic Beauty Full Figure Underwire Bra
Barefoot DreamsĀ® CozyChicĀ® Cardigan
Natori Flora Underwire Bra
Natori Feathers Underwire Contour Bra
Hanky Panky Low Rise Thong
Nike Free RN 2018 Running Shoe
Sweaty Betty Dharana Yoga Tee SWEATY BETTY
Sweaty Betty Zero Gravity Print Ankle Leggings
diptyque Floral Candle & Eau de Toilette Set
Tom Ford Iris Bronze Eye & Lip Set
Charlotte Tilbury Glowing, Pretty Skin Palette
Charlotte Tilbury The Pretty Pink Lipstick Set
Beauty BioscienceĀ® GloPROĀ® Microneedling Regeneration Tool Face & Eye Set
T3 Grey & Rose Gold Cura Hair Dryer
simplehuman Eight Inch Sensor Mirror with Brightness Control
Alo Block High Waist Mesh Inset Leggings Concrete
Alo Block High Waist Mesh Inset Leggings
Alo Fluid Tunic Hoodie
Alo Fluid Tunic Hoodie
rag & bone Reanna Asymmetrical Merino Wool Sweater
Stuart Weitzman Lafayette Slouch Boot Mojave Suede
Stuart Weitzman Lafayette Slouch Boot
Stuart Weitzman Waverly Bootie
rag & bone/JEAN Raw Hem Ankle Skinny Jeans (Black Raw Hem)
MCM Ottomar Leather Backpack
MCM Ottomar Leather Backpack Soft Pink
MARC JACOBS Mini Double Pack Leather Crossbody Bag Sapphire
MARC JACOBS Mini Double Pack Leather Crossbody Bag Bone
MARC JACOBS Mini Double Pack Leather Crossbody Bag Pearl Pink
MARC JACOBS Mini Double Pack Leather Crossbody Bag
FRAME Le High Straight Asymmetrical Hem Jeans (Kingsway)
Vince Cantara Slip-On Sneaker  Bordo/Rose
Vince Cantara Slip-On Sneaker
Lewit Leather Moto Jacket
Lewit Leather Moto Jacket
rag & bone Suede & Leather Circle Crossbody Bag
Theory McClair Plaid Off the Shoulder Jacket
Vince High Waist Wide Leg Pants
Poppy Finch Long Pearl Threader Earrings
Badgley Mischka Double Face Wool Blend Wrap Front Coat
Badgley Mischka Double Face Wool Blend Wrap Front Coat
Jeffrey Campbell Coma Stretch Bootie
Topshop Printed Midi Skirt
Topshop Longline Sweatshirt
BaubleBar Genevieve Hoop Earrings
Loeffler Randall Luisa Sandal
Paul Green Sofia Loafer
HalogenĀ® Detachable Sleeve Sweater
Topshop Cord Miniskirt
TrouvƩ High Waist Wide Leg Trousers
Avec Les Filles Faux Fur Lined Plaid Biker Jacket
Topshop Big Bloom Tie Wrap Blouse
Sole Society Mariol Slingback Pump
Sea Eyelet Sleeve Wool Blend Sweater
Sea Plaid Cuffed Wide Leg Pants
Lewit Bold Plaid Trench Coat
Lewit Eyelash Graphic Wool & Silk Sweater
Alice + Olivia Alivia Stripe Bell Sleeve Cotton Blend Sweater
Vince Silk Off the Shoulder Blouse
Poppy Finch Baby Pearl Skinny Choker Necklace
Mark Fisher LTD Dacey Boot
BP. Tonya Open Toe Mule
Leith Sleek Knit Midi Dress
ALLSAINTS Mast Leather Shoulder Tote
HalogenĀ® Blouson Sleeve Long Cashmere Cardigan
WAYF Wide Leg Trouser
Vince Alora Mule
Rebecca Minkoff Superwoman Delaney Tee
AG Ex-Boyfriend Relaxed Slim Jeans (15 Years Blue Shift)
Vince Cantara Slip-On Sneaker
Badgley Mischka Double Face Wool Blend Wrap Front Coat
Rag & Bone Simone Lace Up Pants
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