Thursday, July 28, 2016

Canadian Pricing Set to Increase August 1st

New pricing on the All Day Tote.


Current website price of the same tote.

Canadian prices on some items are set to go up on August 1st. I'm pretty sure this is due to the weaker Canadian dollar. I'm a little bummed I won't get such a great deal at SeaWheeze this year but I was wondering when differential pricing would kick in for Canada since our currencies haven't been close to parity for awhile now.


60 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ugh! I was just going to ask if that goes into effect for Seawheeze?!

Anonymous said...

It's pretty disgusting that they are a Canadian company and they would charge their own more. I understand they profit more off of the US dollar being higher, but shouldn't that just be a happy business note rather than a punishment for their own country. I guess they really don't care. Money is more important than friends...

Anonymous said...

Ha! They should *decrease* prices in the US instead!

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 4:31 pm - Now that is an idea I can get behind! :D

formerly non 4:41 said...

i wish i'd have known that this morning; I very well may have just placed my last lulu order. this is completely disgusting news to me; shame on them. no one ever succeeded on greed.

nichi said...

Guess it's time to go elsewhere! Final nail in the coffin

Anonymous said...

Brutal!!!

Anonymous said...

how convenient, lulu. will prices go down once Canadian dollar is at par? no need to answer, just talking out loud.

agree with you nichi. time for a change.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the heads up. Agree with Nichi re: final nail in the coffin. That and discontinuing the CRB.

Anonymous said...

Sadness. :( Guess I'm not going to be able to afford as much lulu anymore.

Anonymous said...

Yeah I'm over, have bought one thing since the new website went up and the prices are ridiculous already. No thanks Lulu

Anonymous said...

I'm with Nichi and Anon 5:34pm... Final nail in the coffin. Bye lulu

heyhermano said...

This might explain why when I picked up an Urbanite bag today, the price tag said $128 (as it should) but it rang up at $138. I pointed this out and the cashier said that was odd and corrected it. What a shame. I'm glad you posted this. May have to do some last minute purchases in the next couple days...

Bev McArthur said...

So many other GREAT brands out there . Check out www.hemm.com and not everyone in yoga class will have the same paints or shirt on 70 % of the time.

Heather B said...

I'd already started the switch to Fabletics (I find their sports bras far better for my size) so I guess everything else will be switching too.

Anonymous said...

How about charging user fees...$5 for shipping...to encourage people to consolidate their purchases rather than 1 item per order....how about $1 for small bag and $2 for large...that would save on bags...how about a 1 year limit on damaged goods...come on we all have things we buy from other retailers that don't wear well but don't dream of going back with the item mostly because they won't take it back...yet people bring back 5 year old pants and damage because they are not holding up...lol...no other retailer would accept that....I think theb the rest of us wouldn't have to endure price hikes to cover these costs....and yes..when you drive to store you spend money on gas so $5 shipping is reasonable if we all pay...it's the convenience of not having to go to store for it. Now my prediction of hikes is speed shorts...they are very labour intensive compared to wups yet half the price. Likely All other shorts too...given the resale value and how labour intensive they are compared to wups. Mt spending will slow down if prices go up...come on...$42 for a tank top is ridiculous....almost $50 with tax...lol...almost no $128 for leggings...they probably cost $20 to make....not labour intensive at all...

Anonymous said...

@anon 6:42. I bought the urbanite back pack in desert olive when LLA did a review on it and I love it! Wonderful bag with special details. That bag above? The all day tote I would not pay $128 for let alone $138. I find the majority of LLL bags grossly overpriced to begin with. I am disgusted with LLL and they own my whole wardrobe. Disgraceful for a Cad company to raise prices to Cad customers. I can't tell you how disappointed I am with their decisions and I was reading on LLLM's blog that there are more idiocies to come. Am trying to console myself with the fact that I have more LL clothes that I could possibly need and it's time to just wear what I have rather than just buy more. Am a hard core addict and it's time to cut the cord...

Anonymous said...

Agree with other comments. As much as I like lulu I am so over these price hikes. I have lots so I may stick to wmtm or throw in the towel. I should travel more than worry about my "lulu" wardrobe.

Anonymous said...

Sorry to be crude but fuck that. I am done. Way to alienate your long time Canadian supporters.

Anonymous said...

Wow. What is happening to this company indeed. Agree with what others have already said. I definitely won't be purchasing as much, but probably more like nothing at all because like someone else already mentioned this is the final nail in the coffin for me after all the rest they've been putting in, especially over last year or so. With taxes where I'm from (adding 13%) the cost will just be too much to make the amount of purchases I've been making. Plus, I'm just so fed up with a lot more than just their ridiculous prices (for stuff that has only dropped in quality as the prices continue to climb). Discontinuing everything I actually like leaves nothing for me to purchase anyway. Like others have previously mentioned, it seems they not only want to wipe the slate clean of everything from the Chip Wilson days, they also seem to want to wipe the slate clean of all their loyal customers from those days as well, the very ones who made them what they are today. I actually can't even think of one good reason why I should continue to shop from Lululemon anymore.

Anonymous said...

...and no wonder they canned Hey Lululemon.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:27pm Many tanks are $50-70 and take into account the majority of those tanks show a lot of bra so you are spending $40 plus to get a bra to show underneath. So in order to outfit the upper half of your body only to go outside for a run you are spending over $100. Most of the tanks this year have been void of any design detail Lulu has a been known for and you could buy something similar at Walmart/Target for a lot less and no one would be the wiser.

As for shorts they are half the cost of the leggings because they have 1/4 the fabric and I don't believe they are very labour intensive to make. They also over the years have gotten rid of popular shorts with inseams longer than 4". The majority of new shorts that have come out have inseams 3" or less. They know where to cut costs and they do it without blinking a eye. They have gone to cheaper fabrics combined with poor construction, designs that require much less fabric and then put a high sticker price on it hoping all their loyal customers will buy it no matter what. I think they have taken advantage of their loyal clientele thinking they will always be there no matter what they do and I think a lot of their poor decision making of late will come back to bite them in the ass or so I hope. My loyalty has flown out the window these last few years and has been totally decimated by their actions this year so they no longer have my undying loyalty and I know I am not the only one.

Anonymous said...

People will always find something to complain about!! If you don't like it don't buy it. They won't miss you.

lulu said...

I was recently at my local Lululemon and was told that the swiftly tanks are set to go up in price so that if I wanted any colors I should stock up! I've noticed that even newer crops are now priced at $98 and pants moving up to $118. It's very disturbing all in all. I'm not sure what their goal is considering the large amount of competition in this segment of the active wear industry!

Anita Leisser said...

Funny, I wonder if they will pass on the savings once our Dollars are closer to parity. NOT!

I've made certain suggestions to them, like being able to opt out of getting those stupid bags. Every time I order online I get another bag that I end up throwing out/recycling. Such a waste.
And while I do appreciate the free shipping and returns, a nominal charge for 1 way would be OK if it meant maintaining prices.

It's not like their costs for producing these goods overseas are going up so much. It's all about the bottom line, like any business. Kind of sucks though when you have so many quality issues yet they deem it appropriate to increase prices. What, did China get a minimum wage law? Right...

Anonymous said...

@anon 7:27 pm, I think you bring up some great points. They have to increase their prices to recoup the people bring in 3+ old items to be replaced. You're right that I wouldn't take my 3+ year old epic lux printed tights (epic lux, not the epic, retail for ~$120.00 + tax), which costs more than a pair of luxtreme tights (~$98 depending) back to Nike. Furthermore, Nike most likely wouldn't take them back. Lorna Jane sports bras are generally more expensive (upwards of $60 for many) than lulu sports bras (between $42-$58 with a few exceptions), and in my experience, the quality of the LJ bra isn't as good. I tried to return an LJ sports bra with what looked like peeling pain in the metal fastener to Lorna Jane, after 2 months, and they wouldn't take it back. Same with Nike epic lux printed tights that I had issues with after 4 months. Nike wouldn't take them back.

I'm not trying to defend Lululemon per se, but just pointing out a few things to consider. Lululemon should focus on increasing their quality in order to prevent some of these issues. I think a year is a decent return policy for damaged or defective merchandise.

Where I live, there is a huge theft problem in each of the lulu stores as well as a huge package theft problem city-wide. Between the quality issues / store returns on say, a 3 year old pair of $98 pants, store theft, and package theft, lulu loses tons of money (I don't say or mean this in a poor lulu way). In spite of surveillance, police say they cannot do anything about the package thefts. Oh, and store security apparently can't go after the thieves, and the police supposedly can't do anything either about them, either. I'm sure the theft problems are due to the high eBay resale value, and I have no doubt that these, what the police and stores term as professional thieves, have access to a method of sagely removing the sensors.

Anonymous said...

I'm so done with this company!!!!!!!!

And Anonymous @7:27- I don't agree with charging for shipping and returns as I live in a province that doesn't have a lululemon...... It gets very expensive to "try-on" stuff!!!!!

LuluAddict said...

@ lulu - are you in Canada? Swiftlys are one of the items that is going up in price.

@anon 5:59 am - Yeah, I suspect they might be trying to get rid of their old customers, too. If what I have heard is the future then it will kill a lot of what drew me to the brand. We'll have to see, maybe the rumor mill is wrong but I am not that excited about what I am hearing is the future direction - hint, I don't think it was a mistake Michi NY popped up in the comments. I really hate to see lululemon become a follow of trends. They made the market for women's athletic wear, they should lead it. Not emulate others.

Anonymous said...

Lululemon will be making increases in a lot of product in August & not selling certain items in store anymore. There design team feels that they have taken there product and made it more innovated then ever which a price should reflect when competitors can't compete against this brand. It's very sad that people are outraged when they have no idea what there saying.

Anonymous said...

Lululemon doesn't do advertising. The bag is basically there only advertisement which saves them a ton of money.

lulu said...

@LLA I am in the Chicagoland area, USA
So I'd say look for price increases here in the US too :(

Lisa B said...

Here's a thought: All of these changes are targeted at boosting the bottom line and improve margins in the short-term. Is LLL positioning itself as an acquisition target?

Anonymous said...

luluaddict, thanks as always for being an outlet and information source for us! Would you mind extrapolating in what you mean by Michi NY? I just browsed that site and am not impressed, by either the prices or the styles. Is that where Lulu is headed? Wonder if that is why such a large amount of items are on WMTM - like they are killing off their old styles...this is all really disheartening news for me

Anonymous said...

@LuluAddict - Michi NY? Say more. Where did they pop up?

Anonymous said...

LLA, what are these rumors you are hearing about lulu's future? Sounds like we have to brace for it...

Anonymous said...

@7:48 AM LLL Admin, you're too funny. If you don't like what is being said on this board, don't read! haha

Thanks LLA for keeping us informed. Those at the helm have ruined this company. I am willing to call it now, it will not last. Their bread and butter loyalists have slowly been lost and will no longer shop there (or barely).

Anonymous said...

I remember not to long ago like 2013 buying wunder unders for $88. It's crazy !! I get my leggings else where now

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 10:36 am - Laurent, you need to work on your English a bit more, it's a dead giveaway. ;-)

@lulu - I am reading that now, too - that increases will hit the US too. :(

@ anon 1:23 pm - Under the post about the CRB being replaced by the CRBII.

You know, I wouldn't mind paying a bit more for Swiftlys *IF* they didn't snag so much. $68 for the LS is as high as I am willing to go for that product unless it's a special color. The men have much thicker and robust product compared to the ladies. Why do we get shitty, thin, see-through, pilly pima-cotton when they get Vitasea? My "vintage" Vitasea tops are tanks. I don't work out in my cotton tops, they don't have to breathe like my technical ones. Go back to using god damn vitasea for women's tops, then I'll pay the money.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe all the stuff on WMTM this week. Now it's all starting to make sense. The massive markdowns, the lack of a decent summer line, fewer and fewer new colors, the rumored dropping on the core items (CRB, Scuba, Define etc). Sounds like lulu is planning on a major redo for the fall season...or something is really screwed up...or both. Am I crazy?

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:36a.m. You have got to be joking! I never realized the designers are the ones who price the product. From what I have seen this year LLL product is no more innovative. We got "nulu fabric a year or so ago and at that time all pant prices increased. What new innovations have been made to current product to justify the increases? I don't see any new innovations to the Swiftly or to the All Day Tote. Tanks with little to no fabric or cheap thin fabric with holes and slits is not innovative nor creative. I would like to know where all this innovative product is because all I have seen this year is cheap uninspiring product that I wouldn't spend a $1.00 on. I would also say when and if all this innovative product by the design ever gets produced they should make sure they have quality control making sure it's made better than what is being made now.

I used to gladly spend my money on amazing designs with quality fabric at Lululemon but those days are long gone. Mr. Potdevin has taken this company from amazing to awful and that I do know.

Anonymous said...

I have been buying Lululemon since 1999 (Omg, those black luon pants that made my behind so wonderful - they were $99 and an epic expense for me at the time), so I have a loooong memory. Now I reached a point where I can't stuff anything else in my closets, but I love everything I've got and have no intention of getting rid of my stuff. So, even if I'm disappointed in the news, I'm not too concerned. History gets repeated: there's a huge uproar on the blogs, lots of peeps are swearing off LLL, then we get used to the prices and buy again. I tried to replace LLL a number of times (bought from Zhoba recently), but these new or newly arrived on the scene companies don't compare still to LLL. The company knows it, even though LLL"s only innovation seems to be the new prices. There are so many new and fantastic materials (mostly untried by the average consumer), if LLL would use those, I would call them innovative and a leader in the field. But they don't. Gone are the times when Chip helmed the company with a vision. Nowadays LLL will placate only the shareholders - don't expect thanks for your loyalty, they only care about their bottom line. That's the basis for capitalist market practices. We can all wish for the good old times back, but they are gone forever. One thing though that Chip never did - the prices were NEVER raised for the Canadian market to close the gap between $US and $CAN.

Anonymous said...

@LuluAddict - I agree that I would pay more for better quality and more creative designs because I did just that years ago at LLL. I also agree that especially this year but also the last couple of years we ladies have seen so much cheap thin fabric. I don't know who they think they are fooling. Many of the tanks that came out this season were not worth the money and I didn't buy them. Look how many tanks and bras ended up on WMTM. Many of these products are not innovative nor or many of them great designs LLL is known for.

Whoever you are Anon 10:36a.m. We customers who have shopped at LLL anywhere from 5 to 15 years at LLL know exactly what we are talking about. We know quality and we know good design and we know innovation when we see it. We also know what cheap looks like and feels like.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:48a.m. When one bad decision after another is being made we don't have to go looking for something to complain about it's right there in front of all of us, no looking required.

There is not just one person who has reduced or stopped spending money at Lululemon but thousands so to say they won't miss one persons business is really naive and not too smart. In todays economic reality it's not too wise to piss off one let alone thousands of loyal customers thinking it won't hurt the bottom line. I would rather spend my Canadian dollars on a bet that all these poor decisions will reflect badly on their financials than to spend them at LLL on product where quality and design does not match the price. Long-time loyal customers are not asking for much just being able to get quality product they have become accustomed to getting over the years and to be treated with respect.

Anonymous said...

I thought Christine Day was bad for Lulu. Potdevin is even worse. My love for this company's clothing is dwindling fast.

Anonymous said...

Gah I ordered the flip your dog LS I knew it was pima cotton and wasn't sure about it. I have a bunch of other lulu LS that are vitasea. is the pima cotton really bad like should I be prepared to send it back? I don't want to have to baby it !

Anonymous said...

I'm a little confused as to why people feel that Lulu "owes" them or "owes" their country or that they are "friends" with their customers. Lululemon is first and foremost a retail company whose bottom line is making a profit and increasing their profit margins. This is standard for all retail no matter who it is. They will keep raising prices as long as people pay it. They will continue to increase prices on items until they find that amount that is the retail "ceiling" so to speak - the point at which sales start to slide because they finally hit that magic number where people say "that's too much $$ for that". Until then look for prices to continue to increase on everything as long as the stuff still sells at the price they mark it.

That being said, the only way to tell them enough is enough is to stop buying. Until that happens they will continue to raise prices as long as items sell/sell out at that price point (the dottie tribe wup is a case in point at what? $128?) Until then, expect the prices to continue to go up.

Anonymous said...

@ 10:36 AM, such a dismissive statement "people have no idea what there (sic) saying." Longtime LLL customers absolutely do know what they are saying. This used to be a very special brand that stood for superior quality, details, comfort, thoughtful design, and innovation, like no other brand out there. It was for people who were/are truly athletic and take their workouts seriously (loved and appreciated all of those prior mentioned qualities of LLL), wanted to look feminine in flattering clothes (not dumpy or trashy clothes) and were willing to pay more for a premium product. Of course, there were/are the loyal athleisure clients too, who could wear some of these clothes like normal clothes, and they absolutely helped this brand succeed for so many years.

All of the aforementioned qualities are long gone. Chip Wilson may have had his blunders, but for vision and design, you cannot fault him. He knew what he was doing and Shannon as well. You cannot deteriorate the very high quality of the fabric and design and STILL charge high prices OR continually increasing prices. Knowledgeable customers will not buy it! It's offensive that you think they do not know, when they precisely know they are getting ripped off.

As for this current "innovation," that is laughable. LLL is now less innovative than it ever was! It has headed down a path that is no better than a middle of the road wannabe Nike (let us point to all the mimic items that LLL has produced in the last year). And no fault to Nike, they have been doing great things and they promote a strong, athletic woman: kudos. LLL and all of this overkill with the mesh. Some of it, just some, was OK. Most of it is trashy and h00kerville: that's the customer you want to attract? That's the "taste" level you think most women have? Or right, this is a man's idea of what sexy is and how a woman "should" look when she works out? So far from what is true.

When a brand is so focused on the top line and just runs in the middle of the road, it might satisfy the short term growth objectives, but it won't endure. But no surprise, most CEO's are concerned with successful results under their reign, not about the future. What you think is innovative is really not special at all. A funny thing happens when a brand stops being singular, what makes it unique, and staying true to that--not who it thinks it should be--it ends up being not that much of anything at all. Now you're just using the brand's name to sell high priced items to suckers. They might fall for the veneer but the loyal customers will not. You're already seeing that in your bottom line for sometime now, but really haven't clued in.

LuluAddict said...

Fantastic comment, Anon 7:38 pm!

Anonymous said...

Time for change, check out a company called OneTooth.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:38pm I totally agree with everything you said.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Potdevin you were fortunate to take over the helm of a company that came with a playbook of design hits and a loyal customer following the envy of many companies. In a few short years you have said screw you to the playbook of past hits and classic piecest and in doing so you have said screw you to the loyal lulu fan base. I don't believe this was your intent and in order to show us respect you need to respect the playbook of hits and classics. You need to find a way to make room for certain classics in with your new product whether that means online only or upping the price of classics. You need to give us better quality fabric and design if you want us to keep spending our money with the same zest we did in the past. You may not think you need us but I think you do and I don't believe you want your legacy as CEO being the guy who decimated Lululemon's iconic loyal customer fan base.

Jenny said...

I don't have time to read through the comments but will chime in about why the increase makes sense, as an Accountant. Most transactions in other countries are in $US. For example, I know of an order to a manufacturing company in China that is in $US. This is likely the case with all of lululemon's business partners in other countries. They're increasing the price to offset the FX that they're paying. It sucks and I agree that they are getting a bit too expensive (I got a pair of athletic leggings for $20 at Costco yesterday) but as long as we continue to purchase, they will continue to price accordingly.

Anonymous said...

I agree that Lulu seems to be positioning itself for an acquisition. The feeling of special isn't there for the management (who likely stand to make a killing in the acquisition) and it is fading in the customers. If they cared to track customers who were primarily Lulu brand exclusive, they would see the steep decline. More customers buy everywhere depending on price and trendiness.

Potdevin may have been successful in the luxury market but not here. He's a good fit to manage a multi-billion dollar sale, but not to keep Lulu Lulu. Lulu is currently following the leader instead of being the leader. He and his men team don't get the essence of Lulu--that's why its morphing into something else. The core customer is pitching them a winning campaign & Lulu is like "talk to the hand."

I think the innovative women fashion/fitness rock stars are at these new start ups. Women who understand function & durability with a vibe that's neither frumpy nor tarty aren't at Lulu or they aren't being heard. The biggest hurdle for these start ups is capital. They can't produce us much product as Lulu even with innovative designs and fabrics.

I think Christine Day understood Lulu & the idea of customers buying into special (Starbucks) but she falsely believed it could be done on the cheap. That's where we saw the short & sheer everything & the stripping off of the details. Sadly she also way overdid trends (color blocking).

These men don't do special. They spent the past year ignoring their loyal women customers in search of the elusive men! Despite Chip's odious comments, Lulu originally was big into empowerment --that's why the clothes were so functional for real athletic action & real life--work, school, kids. i feel as if these men don't actually believe women work out in their clothes. You have to be clueless to fail to capitalize on Olympic athletes. You won't catch Nike or Under Armor making that mistake.

These men have picked up on Day's downfall by doing it on the cheap (confident they can succeed where she did not) & adding their ideas that men are the best market, women will just buy a name & a trend, women want sexy above all else, women don't need functional & there is a killer payday awaiting them when a mega conglomerate buys Lulu.

Anyone on this board could explain to Potdevin how to pump up CRB sales, but it's not on his strategic plan. Unless there is a course correction, Lulu will be owned by Phillips-Van Heusen & sold in TJ Maxx in the next couple years.

Buy everything that's left that you still like. Keep everything you have for the next few years & ride it out until innovative women nurture one of these start ups to be the next Lululemon.

Anonymous said...

Hi Anon 10:36a.m. What a great post, you have zeroed in on exactly what I have been thinking and you said it so well. You should write an op-ed to some business magazines. Chip Wilson use some of that money you have to buy back control of the company and give us back what you once gave us!

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 7:42 am - Excellent comment!

They definitely seem to be following the leader instead of being the leader these days.

Day definitely believed she could do it on the cheap, and I think all the expansion got away from them so they didn't have the personnel to ride heard on quality in the far-off factories. She also had Sheree Waterson (and Chip, to some extent) around, who really was the essence of the designs.

Re: they don't believe women work out in their clothes - so true! Like that idiot male analyst at CNBC saying how men who wore Nike all day weren't following the athleisure trend but women who wear athletic brands are. That chunky dude probably never hits a gym. Like I'm going to dress up in "flare pants and bohemian tops" to go watch my kid's baseball game on the weekend while I haul chairs and umbrellas all over fields, sweat in the heat, and have my toddler smear nachos on me. Give me a break.

One thing that disturbs me is that Potdevin's family has remained here in SoCal so it doesn't seem to be a sign he is there for the long haul.

Anonymous said...

So, a Canadian company is raising its prices, but only for Canadian customers. And choosing BC Day (the very province Lulu originated) to do so :(

What a shitty company. Formerly a pretty die-hard Lulu fan, I've already been losing interest due to the rising prices and decreased quality. Even the WMTM prices are now what the full retail prices used to be, only for items in ugly colours and prints. Good-bye Lulu, Hello Lole!

I'd be happy to learn about other brands (accessible to Canadians), too!

Anonymous said...

Whatever is happening to Lulu is sad. I know nothing about what companies do to increase brand loyalty and I do not work in any kind of field where I have any knowledge about this. I do however know what makes me want to keep coming back time and time again to a brand, and Lululemon’s performance over the past several years sure ain’t it. From Chip’s comments about women’s bodies to the increasingly crappy quality of clothes (and accompanying increasing prices), to the snotty attitudes of some of the associates I have dealt with, my Lulu love has been on a seriously low simmer as of late. This is very reminiscent to me of when I was in high school and college and Abercrombie and Fitch was the thing, and I like most folks my age I couldn’t get enough. I was willing to fork over my hard earned part time college job cash for poorly made clothes from very aloof and at times degrading employees. Why? Because I was a college kid and was usually shopping the mark down racks anyways. Fast forward to now, being a professional woman making some serious money and I have some serious reservation in putting my cash into the current Lululemon machine. As other posters have commented, we need to vote with our dollars, and I don’t think I can any longer in good standing support this company even though I have been borderline obsessed (as many others have) in years past. I don’t think it will be necessarily easy, but it is important to me. Lately I have been looking into other brands, one I have liked for some time and keep coming back to is Patagonia. I feel like their company actually stands for something and lo and behold they have changed their line to include more yoga and active wear pieces.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 6:55 pm - Patagonia is privately owned so they have full control over the direction the company goes in. I should really check them out more.

Anonymous said...

You all spend so much time whinging about it on a blog exclusively about lulu. They got y'all eating out the palms of their hands!LOL

Anonymous said...

I have already moved on, the only things I buy at lulu are support bras and the yoga mats, and I already have enough to last me a while.
I have been trying other companies like Sweaty Betty (sales only). Teeki,Mika,Liquido active and Onzie, sometimes Yogasmoga.

I haven't purchased anything but the stuff your bra from lulu.


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