Hey guys!! Did you order those Ready To Rulu Pant Incognito Camo? They restocked. Finally I got some pictures of the new Lululemon x Roksanda Skirt up for you. I have three Lululemon Try-Ons for you today actually! The skirt, the Roksanda Lululemon Crops AND the super popular Camo Ready To Rulu Pants.
This is not going to be a proper fit review with comprehensive notes. I will just share a few comments on each piece and let you know what I think. If you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments.
Also, my absolute favourite sherpa jacket for this fall and winter is finally in stock again here. If you’ve been waiting for the Alo foxy sherpa jacket get it! I have been living in what my husband now affectionately calls my ‘alpaca jacket’.
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These sold out last week and took forever to ship out to people that did manage to order them. I found out this weekend that there was a stock issue/delay with them so that is why they haven’t been in store, and why they shipped from the most inefficient warehouse. Vancouver BC addresses got these from the Ontario warehouse.
At some point this weekend these pants got restocked online, as well as in stores. Today I was able to pick this pair up from my local store (I did my first online order/store pick-up).
They are buttery soft and I love them! TTS for me and these are a size 10. The rise is higher on these and there have been a few observations that it causes long butt on some because of this higher rise. It all depends on your proportions. For me I have longer hip bones so my waist is a bit higher, and I have a big butt to fill up that space. I don’t get long butt in these because of that, but some petite proportions will. The solution to optically shortening long butt is to wear your shirt untucked so that the hemline is lower than your waist line and you don’t see the upper part of your butt, just the bottom. All of the ‘long butt’ photos show the shirts pulled up to reveal the long butt issue, but this is not how you would actually wear the pants. Tucker inners will have to make a decision.
I love this skirt and will be keeping it. This is something I will get a lot of practical use out of in the warmer months. The material is lovely and has a nice silky sheen to it sort of like tencil, but with much nicer fluidity. It’s not a natural material, it’s a technical satin which just means its satin made from very thin Luxtreme. This will hold up really well to washing. I take a size 10 in this which is tight going up over my hips thanks to the non stretchy cord belting, but once on the fit is great. I really love how feminine yet sporty this is, and again, I really love navy and black combined.
Tried on with three pairs of shoes I quickly grabbed. we already know from the web photos and media shot stylings that the skirt looks great with casual sneakers. I would wear this skirt with my Veja sneakers, wedge sandals, flat minimalist sandals, flip flops or espadrilles. I think my favourite though is the minimalist fashion sneaker. I like leaning toward the casual look. Wildcard options would be loafer slides, kitten heels or… I don’t know just try stuff out and decide what you like. There will be a lot more options that do work than don’t work, it just depends on what your personal style is.
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If I could keep every single Roksanda piece, I would. I decided to keep these crops and the skirt mentioned above instead of the full length tights I reviewed here. I loved those too but really like how these crops fit me. I love the navy and black together and I love the sporty yellow colorblocking. TTS. I prefer the color blocking on the full tights with the swatch of colour on the front of the lower leg, but the color blocking on these is very optically slimming. I think you can see that effect in these photos.
*Please excuse my boot stained socks. It’s boot season here and this is just the state of all of my socks lately.
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