Fit Review: lululemon Align T-Shirt & Ebb to Street Cropped Racerback Tank Top


Once upon a time, I woke up in New York City and wanted Bluestone Lane for breakfast. Somehow I stumbled directly into the Hudson Yards lululemon. Is anyone surprised by this?

Sizing Notes: I’m 5’9″ – in lululemon, I am a TTS 8 on top and a 10 on the bottom.

lululemon Align™ T-Shirt ($68) shown in Vivid Plum

I had a bit of an unflattering time when I first tried this tee on last year. Given that it was plain white and fitting room lighting/shadows did me no favors that day, I wanted to give this style a second chance.

For Fitting Room’s sake, I chose to try on my TTS 8 here, despite my tendency to size up in the two Align Tanks that I own.


Likes: Color, Fabric
Dislikes: Feeling like the cap sleeves would fall
Sizing: Stay TTS or go up if you fall between sizes.
Did I buy it? No
Why Not? I want to like it, but I don’t think it fits my personal style.


I believe we’ve arrived at the end of days for the Align T-Shirt. All remaining colors (included black and white) are now marked down to price points between $29-$49. Once the two basic colors show up on WMTM, historically there is no turning back.

Ebb to Street Cropped Racerback Tank Top ($49-WMTM) shown in Distorted Noise Mineral Blue/Pastel Blue

Slightly slow on the uptake here, so this colorway has already hit WMTM! Heh.

Ebb to Street has always been a sleeper classic. This was my first time trying one of these tops on, and I loved the fit and how comfortable it was. I wouldn’t run or jump rope without a bra on underneath, but for lower impact activities and just being cute all summer long, this will be perfect on its own.


Likes: Crop lenghth, Comfort
Dislikes: As far as fit & fabric go, no dislikes.
Sizing: Perfectly TTS
Did I buy it? No
Why Not? Color wasn’t my first choice, only one available in my size.

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