The second law of thermodynamics and the first law of Nelly lyrics hold that ambient heat and clothing have an inverse relationship. Disturb the natural order with today's Groupon. For $29, you get $75 worth of boutique apparel and accessories at B.Luu in Pasadena. Up to two Groupons may be used per person, but only one per visit.
B.Luu offers a bevy of stylish threads for fashion-hungry visitors to gobble up, just like grandma's famous fabric pie. Owned by the in-the-know Bachmai Luu, this inviting abode slings eye-catching apparel and accessories in a relaxing, tastefully decorated atmosphere. A helpful, style-conscious staff acts as an unrigged arcade skill crane to assist shoppers in selecting silhouette-flattering and shadow-absconding items. Sips of beer and champagne are also available to help heighten the fun and inspire honesty during friendly fashion critiques.
Patrons can peruse a wide variety of cutting-edge designs, including selections from LaRok, L.A.M.B., True Religion, Botkier handbags, Michelle Mason, and jewelry from local designer Robyn Rhodes. With armfuls of potential outfits, you can head to the cozy dressing rooms while friends plant themselves in cushy lounge chairs to wind up a disposable camera for the upcoming fashion show. Strut your stuff in some Krisa linen pants ($118), Genetic Denim Shane skinny jeans ($202), Alice+Olivia Cady cuff shorts ($162), Ella Moss Trinidad top ($124), Jane Tran hair ties ($18), Dini’s jeweled flip-flops ($48), DL1961 cropped jeans ($168), or a Central Park West zipper skirt ($118). Or, don them all at the same time to become a trend-setting fashion warrior capable of slaying fire-breathing critics in one sexy pose.
B.Luu is a one-stop shop that infuses a potent dose of style into anyone’s look, freeing customers from their dependency on questionable barrel-and-suspenders sundresses. Instead of wafting through a sea of grimy thrift-store blazers with rumpled tissues lodged in the pockets, visitors will get a wardrobe that smells fresher than a 16-year-old's bow-adorned first car parked on a driveway made of air fresheners.