**Disclaimer: No real strenuous physical activity was completed in making of this blog post**
Would it be a lie for me to say I enjoy Lululemon athletic gear for its breathable and lightweight material that makes exercise more effortless?
For reals, I like Lululemon because their pieces feel so incredibly good to binge watch Gilmore Girls for hours in without feeling too uncomfortable or bad about myself. So yeah, that's where I'm at right now. Don't expect to see any #fitnessinspo around here anytime soon, but I AM happy to tell you guys how I picked up most of my Lululemon pieces at 1/5 of retail, which I am going to assume feels so much better than actually doing any form of exercise.
Now that we have established my out of shaped-ness, I'm happy to share that I picked up these high end athletic wear pieces at a fraction of the price from eBay. Shocker! ;) My first piece of Lululemon were my black leggings that I actually bought at the Lululemon store for full price. *gasp!* I was still new to thrifting and secondhand shopping at the time, and honestly really wanted the Lululemon bag to carry my lunch around in and humble brag that I bought a piece from there. Hey, this post is all about honesty here. Every other piece has either been on sale or was bought secondhand, but the great thing about Lululemon is that they make such high quality pieces, there was still so much life left after their first owner, and they still looked good as new!
Keep scrolling to see my Lululemon collection, the prices I paid vs retail, and maybe even catch a little glimpse of my sweet Schnitzel puppy who couldn't resist to hop in a photo! :)
Jacket [secondhand, $20], Leggings [new, $90], Sports bra [secondhand, $10], Headband [new, $10], Adidas sneakers [new, gift]
Total Outfit Price: $130
Pants [secondhand, $25], Sports bra [mentioned above], Converse high tops [new, gift]
Total outfit price: $35
Pants retail: $118
Running top [secondhand, $15], Shorts [secondhand, $15], Headband [mentioned above]
Outfit Total: $40
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- Marie Claire, September 2016