Ebb To Street Pant
Snagged within the first 5 minutes
I wanted to love these. I will keep them because the fit is great and I love the color but I got from my house to the yoga studio, sat on my mat and noticed I already had a snag on the side... I am very disappointed...
February 23, 2015
30 minutes and already pilling
I was so excited to receive my Ebb to Street Pant. I bought them in the heathered pigment blue color which I absolutely love. I love the fit of these pants (I got my normal size 6) and the material however the quality of the pant I received was not up to par. I own several pairs of lulu pants and have never had any problems until this pair. I wore these pants for literally 30 minutes in my car. No working out, no sweating, just put them on and got in my car. When I arrived at my destination I was completely shocked. There were threads coming out around the crotch area and also pilling. My jacket and my white shirt were covered with blue pilling from the pants as well. I was completely shocked. Needless to say i am extremely disappointed. I wanted to love these but I couldn't even wear them for 30 minutes.
February 22, 2015
Best Pants Ever
These are my favorite lulu pants. They are amazing for yoga, walking, running, etc. They are so comfortable and I love the way they fit around the hip area. They don't roll down or move, they stay right where you want them.
February 17, 2015
Nice and thick "ebb" material
I LOVE the "ebb" material... all of the "ebb" products are high on my Lulu-love scale. The material is super slimming, sucks you in and gives you shape. I especially like that the material on these full-length pants seems to be thicker than the ebb material in the crops. I have experienced sheerness in the ebb crops (but love them anyway), but these ones offer COMPLETE COVERAGE... (even in happy baby :-)
The only thing I don't really like about these pants is how loose the ankle cuffs are. I am wide in the thigh and butt and wear an 8 but the ankles in these look kinda funny. I'm willing to compromise through since the rest is so great.
February 16, 2015
I've wanted to love these pants, but I constantly have to pull up the pants every single time I wear them... the material pulls on both sides of my tush. I own many many LULU pants and I am so disappointed bc I really wanted to love these too! :(
February 15, 2015
Favorite lulu pants
I love my ebb to street pants. They look great on their own as well as layered under shorts or a skirt for cold weather. I have an hourglass shape with wide hips, and these are so flattering and make my legs look long. They are also the perfect length for me (I am 5 ft 4'). I initially bought the heathered black color ,and I have ordered a second pair in the grey chevron print. So cute, comfortable, warm, functional and stylish!
February 12, 2015
Comfy but sensitive
I've had these pants for exactly one week and already the bum has pulls on both sides. The pants are very comfy, and feel like a second skin, but the fabric catches and pulls easily. I have mostly worn them around the house, with long shirts, and under snow pants, and both butt cheeks have pulls. (Like they have caught on something) I'm very careful with all my Lulu clothes, and have never experienced this before. There is a slight pull on the leg also. For this reason I would not recommend them even though I must admit I do love them.
February 6, 2015
These pants fit great and are super soft. I am returning them because the inner seams around the ankle cause a weird bunching that is not flattering. I am 5'2", 113 lbs and have pretty skinny legs and ankles. Perhaps they fit better for slightly larger ankles? Otherwise, the 4 fit perfectly.
February 5, 2015
Ebb to streets are my everything!
LOVE love love these pants--just purchased the new wren (its like a mix of a deep camo and light brown) GORGEOUS. I have approx 5 pairs of these pants and can't get enough. I'm 5'7'' 150 and I wear a 6. I enjoy wearing them to heated yoga mostly but I also love wearing them to teach PE. The mysterious seamless material is everything.
January 30, 2015