Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Make A Move Tank, Make A Move Tight, Make A Move Short, Tranquil Tank

Make A Move Tank, Make A Move Tight



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9 comments:

  1. Does anyone know how porcelain blue compares to pipe dream blue?

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  2. How do the recent Define jackets hold up in terms of quality, longevity, and durability? I'm lusting after the Red Grape Define, but don't want to buy it if it will fall apart or pill.

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    1. just noticed your comment! I was wondering this too! Hopefully someone can comment.

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  3. The girl in the make a move tank & shorts has the most gorgeous traps!

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  4. off topic, but can anyone comment on if the define jackets are really pilling as much as all the reviews say they do? Has anyone noticed if the newer defines are prone to pilling? I have tons of defines and formes and never had a problem with pilling. Loving a lot of the new ones that just came out but hesitant to pull the trigger if they're piling as much as the reviews say. If this is true that is really sad that the quality has gone down even further yet the price continues to climb - they're all $118 now :(

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    1. I have a define from fall 2014 that pilled a bit around the cuffs at the wrist within a few wears and generally looks kind of ratty now, but overall I like the jacket and the pilling isn't that terrible.

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  5. @12:01/1:31 I don't have a problem with pilling but I also don't have problems with holes and unraveling seams like some people claim in comments on other items. If you take care of the jacket and don't wash it with fluffy things like towels and keep it away from Velcro you should be fine. If you aren't lulu will damage it out and give you a gift card for the value. They're great with damaging stuff out, reinforcing seams, etc.

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  6. Thank you for the info on the define jackets, anon 5:11 and anon 3:05!

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  7. if you have issues with pilling you might want to buy one of those little devices that remove it. They are only a few bucks but honest God they save your clothing! I have one and I used it with so many articles of clothing (not just lulu) and it literally made them look like new!

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