Alright, I am about to go off on a tangent that may or may not really piss people off, including some of my friends….
There are very few apparel companies I dislike as much as this one I am writing about in this post. Like, I really like Nike and UA and their workout stuff, and it actually fits me, and true to size, but it’s super expensive…. so I try not to buy it (all the time…. unless it’s on sale), but I don’t dislike them…. They are big companies and CAN charge 70$ for a zip-up because people WILL pay it. But this company….. ugh this company…. my dislike of them runs deep and it just got even deeper with the most recent article that was released.
So Lululemon you’re all over the news this morning…. you aren’t my favorite… Don’t you think, if you have a workout apparel company, that your apparel should try to accommodate all sizes? Not just small sizes, and also – not charging 98$ for pants??? That’s one of the biggest reasons why I don’t like this company, but to have the owner go off and say that the reason the new pants that they just released aren’t working are actually because, “Frankly some women’s bodies just don’t actually work for it,” and “They don’t work for some women’s bodies,” he continued. “It’s really about the rubbing through the thighs, how much pressure is there over a period of time, how they much they use it.” so basically saying anyone with a strong, athletic ass, will NOT fit into these pants and that it’s OUR fault for having strong, big, asses…. not theirs for creating a product that only fits perfectly on 5% of the female population…. So folks, it’s not the pants, it’s your ass. Stop working out, stop having thighs that touch, or just stop working out in general, because their pants aren’t for people who ACTUALLY workout…. right?
Like how do I even know what my actual size is these days???? If I wear a size L in Nike pants, I would need a size XXXXL in lululemon pants, and oh, by the way, they def don’t carry anything over a size 12 and their pants are 100$ anyways, so I would have to take a loan and probably lose another 80lbs to get fully dressed in Lululemon athletic apparel anyways….