Oh boy. Time to take a look at your Lulus.
The Vancouver based yoga clothing retailer is set to lose millions of dollars (some are predicting up to $20 million in losses) this week with a recall of up to one fifth of their inventory over, um, an issue.
The company released a statement saying: “We have determined that certain shipments of product received from our factories and available in store from March 1, 2013 do not meet our technical specifications. The items affected are certain styles of women’s bottoms in our signature black Luon fabric. The ingredients, weight and longevity qualities of the pants remain the same but the coverage does not, resulting in a level of sheerness in some of our women’s black Luon bottoms that falls short of our very high standards.”
So these yoga pants were essentially see-through.
Lululemon yoga pants have long been a gym favourite and, let’s face it, people wear them even when they aren’t at the gym too. They usually fit just right and show off your assets. Unfortunately, if you’re one of the people who purchased them this March, they could be showing off a bit too much of your ass-ets. Yikes.
Let us know what you think on Twitter and Facebook. Will you stay true to your Lulus? Will you be a little extra careful about your coverage in yoga pants from here on out?
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