Markdown Lowdown

lululemon Markdown Lowdown (9/12/19)

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Here are my top 5 must-haves from this week’s new markdowns:


Free To Be Moved Bra in Grey Sage: I freakin’ love this bra. I have this color and the black/grey camo one. It’s designed to provide medium support for A/B cups, but if you ask me, it feels more like high support. Grab this bra on markdown before it sells out! $68 -> $39

To The Beat Tight 24″ *Online Only in Titanium: This tight were born out of the SoulCycle collaboration a few months ago; it was so popular, they brought it over to the regular lululemon collection. These are made of Everlux and, to me, are basically the In Movement Tight just an inch shorter and with slightly different seaming. These pants are great for spin or any other sweaty indoor workout class. $98 -> $69

Plank To Pike Tank in Heathered Black: I have a version of this tank from a couple years ago and it’s one of my all-time favs. It’s super lightweight and I love the cut – it’s long, loose and the racerback is cut narrow and low. The fabric is great for workouts, but I also layer this tank for casual wear A LOT. The material on this year’s version feels a little more textured than the one I have, but it’s not a deal breaker for me. (One of my go-to Fall outfits is this tank with my red & black Mason’s Peak Flannel from last year.) $48 -> $39

Dance Studio Pant III *Lined in Nocturnal Teal: I’m not personally a Dance Studio girl, but these pants have a cult following and it’s rare they get marked down. This is the lined version, meaning they’re two-layered and perfect with cold weather right around the corner (even though it feels like these 100 degree temps will never drop). $118 -> $89

Ready To Roll Hoodie in Heathered Black: Although there’s nothing I’d call groundbreaking about this hoodie, it’s a really good deal going into colder months. The material is uber soft, the longer length lends itself to more coverage/warmth and the color makes it easy to wear with anything. If you’re in need of a basic hoodie for the fall, you won’t regret snagging this one on sale. $128 -> $89


Commission Pant Slim *Warpstreme *37″ *Online Only in Riverstone: These are the ABC Pant‘s dressy, more work-friendly cousin. I get asked a lot what the difference between the two styles is because it can be hard to spot with just a quick glance — check out the pockets, friends. The Commissions have the slanted front pockets more like traditional dress pants, while the ABCs have a pocket system that more resembles your favorite pair of jeans. (You can find the 34″ length on sale too. And if you need to customize your length, lululemon stores do offer complimentary hemming.) $128 -> $99

5 Year Basic Tee *Ebb and Flow in White: Yep in my white tee. I slang in my white tee, I bang in my white tee, All in the club spittin game in my white tee, I bling in my white tee … But, like, the lululemon version. $68 -> $44

Surge Pant *Tear Away in Dark Olive: Wow, these came and went fast. The Surge Jogger is one of the most popular men’s styles so I’m surprised this version went to the sale section so quickly. Maybe the 90’s/early-2000’s crowd just isn’t feeling nostalgic for the tear away pants just yet. $118 -> $79

Eurus Short Sleeve Pop Over *lululemon lab in Moss Grey: This mesh short sleeve henley is a little “out there” but that’s on par for lululemon lab designs. This is one you could definitely sweat hard in but be dry and ready to hit up a brewery like 15 minutes later. $148 -> $99

T.H.E. Sock *Silver in Black/Obsidian: This last one isn’t all that exciting, but we all need socks so why not get them half off when you can? $18 -> $9

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