on Jul 19, 2015 @ 01:11 pm|
I used to be all about Lululemon. The type who will buy new product(s)
almost every week when new items are posted. But with the quality of the material of Lulu products, I find myself buying less & less. To me its not worth the money they're asking for. The stuff I purchased years ago are still in better condition than something I've purchased in the last few months to a year.
I still like lulu, but don't love them as much as I used to. Do you agree? What are your thoughts.
|Lululemon on Jul 19, 2015 @ 04:47 pm|
Don't know what the hype is all about. Never did like lululemon. Far too expensive for the quality of their fabrics.
|:) on Jul 19, 2015 @ 10:01 pm|
I only have the older stuff, in the past 3-4 years I was not able to afford to buy anything new. But have heard the quality decreased.
|hmmmm on Jul 20, 2015 @ 11:33 am|
Though they're expensive, the quality is still better than cheaper brands (I find). It's picking your poison, I suppose. They're also pretty great for returns if you find a snag/pilling situation fairly promptly.
|Still love it on Jul 20, 2015 @ 01:07 pm|
It is so so expensive for something you'd be working out in, but I really think they do last. I have clothing from there I got 6 years ago, and it's outlasting the Target/Walmart ones I bought just last Summer. Plus, they look nicer and usually have better/more fitted cuts. I still love lululemon!
|nope on Jul 20, 2015 @ 02:45 pm|
I used to wear lulu gear quite a bit...the quality was amazing and the clothes were super cute to work out or even lounge in. A few years ago there was quite a controversy with the owner saying "some women's bodies weren't meant" for his clothes, hence why there was pilling and stretching of the garments. I've basically boycotted them since.
|Lu Lin on Jul 20, 2015 @ 08:26 pm|
its totally not the same anymore, bought a pair of pants and returned them
|... on Jul 21, 2015 @ 03:36 pm|
I used to be so against Lululemon.
When it became popular I was a university student and broke AF so I couldn't understand how people were paying $119 for yoga pants or $79 for a shirt.
Then, one day, I had a very generous BF who took me shopping there and I was hooked.
As a student, you kind of flop around all day between classes, studying, housework, etc. and Luluemon was the only brand that I could wear all day and it didn't stretch out.
It stayed tight, wrinkle free, etc.
It was convenient to wash, too, because you didn't need to separate any of the items and they could all go in the dryer.
The shirts NEVER busted a stitch at the bottom too which I love and for some reason that always happens to me with other brands.
I haven't bought Lulemon in awhile (I'm on to the Pink athetlic line and UnderArmour), but if the quality has gone down I'll refuse to shop there.
|Still a fan on Jul 22, 2015 @ 12:40 pm|
Personally still love their stuff ... there's always going to be talks/controversies about companies who target specific markets of people and using different materials to save on cost. That's just the reality of it ... businesses are there to make money. But I love that they have a team of engineers who design their garments in an innovation lab. It's fashionable and highly optimized for work outs.
|Fan on Jul 29, 2015 @ 02:26 am|
I have had mine from years ago and even the newer products and the quality of mine are still in great shape. I also wear them all the time too.