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More like “Goodbye to a boat load of your customers”.

Give me a break: nothing larger than Size 10, many items no larger than size 8?!?

I get that you want a certain body image associated with your brand, but right or wrong as that may be, I thought it was “healthy and fit”, not 5′-4″ waif.

Comment by SunsAnvil — May 1, 2012 @ 4:01 am


^^^
What are you talking about? They go up to a size 12. I normally take an 8, but in a good deal of clothes from Lulu I take a 4.
Instead of losing your mind I suggest you go to a store and try something on. A bunch of different styles fit SO differently.
I know PLENTY of people who are not “waifs” who wear lulu. Relax.
PS- Dear Lululemon people, if you ever feel like giving away a Bliss bag, let me know:) I’ll gladly take it off your hands. Hahah:)
Namaste!

Comment by Christine — May 1, 2012 @ 11:50 am


I concur, I wear a 12 normally and I can fit in Lulu size 8! Go have a window shopping day and try on everything you can find at your local Lululemon location and I know you’ll find your NEW size!!!

Comment by Monica — May 1, 2012 @ 12:30 pm


Yeah “SunsAnvil” you clearly have never been to a lulu store in your entire life. As Christine pointed out, sizes go up to 12 and everything fits way differently. How about wander into a store and try something on instead of wandering around the internet looking for posts to troll on.

Comment by Li — May 1, 2012 @ 12:39 pm


im uk size 10 which is LuLuLemon size (6)…. they go up to a uk size 16 and maybe slightly more…

thats like .. loads of sizes..!!

but i must admit..

LULULEMON need to get a store in the uk .. as this delivery .. shipping .. fed ex is getting rather annoying … :(…

Comment by lou — May 1, 2012 @ 1:09 pm


Hi SunsAnvil,
The only item we have in size range that goes up to a size 8 with our swim gear is the Flip Out Boardshort (http://bit.ly/IEz5Dp). When our designers release a special capsule such as the swim line, we see a limited size range which is based on the fit and function of each garment. I’ll share your thoughts for larger sizes with our team. Thanks for your thoughts.

Hi lou,
I’m sorry to hear about your troubles with ordering online. We did recently open up a showroom in London so if you’re close by, feel free to pop in: http://www.lululemon.com/london/london We’d love to chat about the troubles with your order so give us a ring at the Guest Education Centre (1.877.263.9300) or send us an email to gec@lululemon.com

~ Siya
GEC Online

Comment by lululemon athletica GEC — May 1, 2012 @ 2:46 pm


Please post more of these wallpapers! I love to change it up all the time – keeps it fresh when I’m stuck on a computer the whole day. More, more, more! :)

Comment by Emma — May 1, 2012 @ 5:16 pm


Are people in the community able to participate in creating wallpapers like Mrs. Alyson Fox? (and her fantastic wallpaper)

Comment by Anil N. Singh — May 2, 2012 @ 10:36 am


Lulu phased out 14′s in 2009 and is now working on phasing out 12′s. Perhaps you haven’t been into a store to look for a 12 lately, but there are some things in a 12 and a lot more that aren’t. Power Vinyasa crops for example, never came in a 12.
People at the stores actively make fun of people who are larger. I’ve seen them pulling faces at customers in the dressing rooms. I’ve seen one customer in another store in tears after her experience at Lulu. And in their distorted view of Objectivism…that’s fine. If you don’t like it, go away. They make no apology. They would really like their customers to be a 0 or 2. They don’t like seeing fat people in their lycra and debasing the brand.
p.s. Lulu…you don’t have to post your Galtism “Sorry you had a bad time” or “Sorry you feel that way”. I know you don’t apologize…it’s all about the dollars and you made yours!

Comment by Anonymous — May 12, 2012 @ 10:47 pm


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