Tag Archives: feedback


guide to lululemon product lingo

Confused by those special little abbreviations on our hangtags?  Want to learn to educate like the pros in our stores? Say hello to our crash course on lululemon product lingo. We use abbreviations in our product names and on our hangtags to tell you what kind of technology makes each garment special. Consider this your […]

behind the scenes of try this

Last month I headed to YYoga Northshore Elements with Gordon and Pat (the lululemon visuals dream team!) to work on our very first video yoga project, which made its debut on our homepage yesterday. Here are a few behind-the-scenes photos from the afternoon. Nico was teaching a yoga class downtown, so while we waited for […]

we made too much

Notice anything different about our site today? Based on feedback from our guests and employees, we’ve renamed the Loot section to something that more accurately describes what it contains. Online guests, say hi to We Made Too Much, the section of our website formerly known as Loot. Has anything changed about this section, other than […]

give the gift

Sarah from Kingston is about to give the gift of feedback. Gifts come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they are big, sometimes they are small, and sometimes, they don’t appear to be gifts at all. What is feedback? At one time in my life, I asked that exact question. From my experience in both […]

tata tamer test drive

After receiving feedback from lots of athletes in the fit rooms about the Ta Ta Tamer II, I wanted to share a blog post about its fit and function. However, since my tatas are pretty tame to begin with, I turned to fellow educator, Caroline, for her expertise on the matter. Here’s what Caroline had […]

research in motion

The only way we can get better is through feedback! Learn about Team R&D.

spinning and cycling in lululemon

When I started wearing lululemon clothes, I thought of them as mostly running and yoga apparel. Since beginning working here last year – low and behold – I have discovered some gems for cycling wear. The run line is an ideal match for spinners and cyclers. The moisture-wicking, flat-seemed garments often include either Silverescent (anti-stink/anti-static) […]