In general, I find Lucy clothing to be stylish, well fitted and comfortable. I travel a lot and I've had good luck taking Lucy pieces with me.
Lucy sells exercise and travel clothes for women, online and in Lucy stores sprinkled around the country. The prices are mid-range for workout clothes. By that I mean that costs average between $50.00 and $75.00. Tees are less, jackets more.
Low Rise Pant for Pilates or Yoga:
One of the things I like about the Lucy workout pants is that they are sold in lengths: short, regular and tall. I got the Low Rise Pant. It hangs nicely and I found it very flattering - I do love a stretch pant that isn't clingy.
The fabric is soft, something the company calls micro poly, along with a little spandex. Micro poly is new one on me but I do like the way it moves and feels. There has been a slight puckering at the waist since I washed them but that disappears once I put them on. The waist is contoured, which is also very flattering.
Bottom Line: a great mid-weight all around workout pant.
Workout Top - Printed Shell Cami:
Sexy, pretty, soft. I feel like spring. Functionally speaking this one is a winner. It is, hallelujah, long enough!
If you want your tummy to show, or hang out as the case may be, this isn't the cami for you. But for those of us who want some coverage past the top of our pants this is a great choice.
The company describes this piece as having a sleek fit with bra friendly coverage.
Bottom Line: Nice soft fabric, attractive cut, good quality, pretty design.
Soy Jersey Hoodie:
I first thought the price was a little high for the weight of the piece, but I found it so useful that I decided it was a lot of bang for the buck. I took this lightweight hoodie with me on a lengthy trip and wore it constantly. It still looks new. Maybe it's the soy. Soy? Yes, the fabric is 45 percent soy. The rest is cotton and a little spandex.
I wasn't sure about the hood on a hoodie in the studio. Would it feel weird lying on it on the reformer? In this case, no. Maybe because the fabric is thin.
Bottom Line: A casual, stylish, multipurpose little thing. One of my faves.
Zest Flare - Cropped Workout Pant:
On me, the fit of this piece doesn't match the Low Rise pant I mentioned earlier, but it does have a lot of style to it.
There is a dramatic sash that comes with. I'm not big on sashes in the studio so I took it off and pulled my Shell Cami down over the sash loops, but I can see where a sash might be nice for after the workout.The fabric on this piece feels little heavy for a crop pant and it might be hot for summer workouts. Then again, Lucy specializes in high tech fabrics, so they might be fine.
Bottom Line: A very definitive style with a big sash and sharp flare at the bottom. Nice colors.