3 Lululemon Pieces That Are Actually Worth The Money

I wanted to round up my favorite pieces from Lululemon that I believe are actually worth the money since it’s no secret that they cost a pretty penny! A few years ago I never thought I could justify spending $100 on a pair of leggings! But I have to admit, if you work out frequently or find yourself gravitating towards athliesure, there are a handful of pieces I really think are worth the investment in the long run. I’ve found that I really only need a few staple pieces to mix and match in my workout wardrobe since the quality is so good. Since I’ve started growing my Lululemon collection, I don’t find myself frequently buying $20 leggings from T.J. Maxx for example, that I’d only wear a handful of times like I used to!

Power Y Tank

This was my very first Lululemon piece and I can truly say I’ve gotten my money’s worth and then some! I’ve accumulated a handful of colors over the years and ALWAYS find myself gravitating toward this tank since it’s a flattering fit and the sports bra is built in. This tank is really great for running, yoga, spin, or just running errands in.

Align Pant 25″

These leggings absolutely steal the deal as far as comfort goes. They are made of the softest fabric and truly feel like a second layer of skin. I wear them for working out and also just for lounging!

Define Jacket

The define jacket fits like a glove and hugs you in all the right places. I wear this jacket literally every single time I go for a run outside when it’s a little chilly. It’s also a great layering piece since you can fit a long sleeve underneath and a vest overtop, for example. I think everyone could use a zip-up like this in their life and 100% is worth the investment.

As we ring in the holiday season, Lululemon could be perfect to put on your Christmas list! They are practical pieces that you will love, but maybe wouldn’t end up purchasing for yourself!


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