I say to each their own, but I could be a millionaire and I probably wouldn’t spend $200 on a pair of Lululemon yoga pants (even though I live in my Target yoga pants and will brag about how they only cost me $20).
But if you’re going to charge that much for athletic wear, you better treat your customers right, something that the company clearly missed the memo on lately.
Heather Albert, a 35-year-old mother from Las Vegas, recently lost 80 pounds after undergoing weight loss surgery last December.
Shecredits much of her weight loss success to yoga, a hobby that’s made her quite the Lululemon fan.
That is, until she walked into a Lululemon retail shop in Park City, Utah, to treat herself to new clothesand had the salespeople totally ruin the whole “namaste” vibe.
She described the experience on :
It should be noted that Heather knew for sure that she fit into Lululemon clothing; she wears a size 10 or 12 top and an 8 or 10 bottom, so the employees were simply just being rude.
(Also, I wouldn’t have spent a dime there after that, but she loves her Lulus.)
The comments on her post, however, were anything but rude. They were completely supportive.