lululemon Tuesday Top 5 (10/22/19)

My favorites from this week's product drop

Tuesdays are the best day of the week in lemon world. All the ‘latest and greatest’ products drop in the lululemon “upload” – meaning all the new product for the week is added to the website.

And all the #lululemonaddicts out there are glued to their computers adding item after item to their shopping carts.

Each week, I sift through the upload and bring you my top picks in both women’s and men’s – as well as tips on sizing, education tidbits on fabrics + features and, hopefully, a laugh or two along the way.

Wowza! So many new, exciting things uploaded to the site today! Along with the usual drop of new styles/colors, lululemon released their collaboration with Serbian fashion designer (based in London) Roksanda Ilinčić.

So, here are my favorites from this week’s new product drop:

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Back Bend Tank in Springtime: This looks like a perfect go-to basic tank – great for light yoga, everyday wear and layering. Vitasea fabric is lightweight, breathable and soft. And the low-cut back gives just a peek at your cute, strappy sports bra. ($58)

Ready To Rulu Pant *Updated in Incognito Camo HTR Black/Black: Rulu is one of my favorite fabrics and it’s only available for a couple months out of the year. The Ready to Rulu (older version) has always a bestselling style and I’m sure this year will be no different, especially since it now COMES IN CAMO!! This material is sweat-wicking, stretchy, soft and oh-so warm. ($108)

Ebb To Train Bra *Wash & Ebb To Train Tight *Wash in Marvel/Black/Black: The high neck and long line of the bra provides plenty of coverage to keep you comfortable during intense sweat sessions, while the minimal seams and high-rise of these simple tights prevent distraction during floor work. ($68, $118)

Morning Restore Hoodie in Heathered Black: I think this plushy hoodie might be my top pick from this week’s upload. Slightly cropped length, long + loose bell sleeve and super, super soft – it sounds like perfection. The pictures below don’t really do it justice, click the click to see it up close or hop into your local store to see it in person. ($118)

Essential High-Rise Trouser in True Navy: While lululemon’s fixed waist pants NEVER work on me, I’m including these in this week’s post because I’ve been asked A LOT lately about women’s trousers. So, here ya go, here they are. The fabric is Warpstreme, which I think is a first for women’s pants … although I could be wrong on that one. Anyway, Warpstreme is the fabric made famous by the most popular men’s pants – the ABCs and Commissions. These are definitely worth a try just based on the fabric alone. ($138)


The big, exciting release in men’s this weeks is the Wilderness Collective collaboration.

“Wilderness Collective creates legendary outdoor experiences for those ready to embrace the wild. This collaboration inspires you to unplug, enjoy the journey, and reconnect to what matters.” — lululemon website

Escape and Explore Graphic Tee in Black: This sweat-wicking short sleeve is anti-microbial, anti-stink and has strategically mesh placed mesh panels to keep you cool. It’ll dry fast after sweaty hikes and feel cottony soft against your skin so you can wear it all day long. ($88)

Storm Field Pant in Sage Stone: Designed specifically for biking, these pants have a stretchy waist and wide-cut legs so you can layer them over your hiking or work pants. Side zippers give easy access the pockets of the pants underneath and there’s reflectivity for low-light rides. And as if that wasn’t enough, they’re waterproof just in case it decides to rain on your ride. ($178)

Escape and Explore Tee in Sea Salt: Just like the graphic tee above, but without the graphic. ($78)

Escape and Explore Tight *28″ in Black/Heathered Black: These thermo-regulating tights are designed to layer under shorts and pants on those days you need an extra bit of warmth. As always with lululemon, the fabric is moisture-wicking, stretchy and breathable. ($128)

Escape and Explore Thermal in Heathered Sage/Sage Stone: Wear it alone or layered under a short sleeve/jacket for extra warmth. There are side pockets for essentials and abrasion-resistant panels to prevent snags. ($98)

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