A little more than two months ago, I visited the lululemon store in Winter Park, Florida at the invitation of Amanda and Melissa, two incredibly kind lululemon employees.
While at the store, I picked out two pieces of lululemon apparel to try and review. A couple of you have requested my reviews a few times now, so I figured I better get on it!
While at the lululemon store, I was immediately drawn to the lululemon scoop neck tank in a beautiful teal color.
When I tried it on, I fell in love with the feminine look of the tank and the flattering cut.
I felt like it looked almost like a halter top from the front, when really it’s a racer back tank.
(Sorry for the pink sports bra straps. I have an ongoing fear of workout tanks being too thin and showing nipples. I always wear a sports bra under any workout tank, even if it has a built-in sports bra.)
The fabric of the tank is thicker than most other workout tanks I own which I loved for most workouts, with the exception of running. For running I like barebones workout clothes that feel more light and airy.
The length of the top is longer than every other workout top I own, which I absolutely loved. I hate running and feeling like a workout top keeps riding up. I never end up wearing those tanks unless all of my other preferred workout clothes are in the laundry.
During the past two months that I have owned this tank, I’ve worn it on long runs, during exercise classes (BodyPump, I miss you!) and strength training workouts. I’ve also worn it to bum around the house and on leisure walks around the neighborhood.
Overall, here are my pros and cons:
- Length (!!!)
- Breathable fabric
- Form fitting without being too clingy
- Feminine style
- Vibrant and neutral colors available
- Fabric is a little to thick for hot runs in the Florida heat