Whether you’re looking for a few last minute extras to finish up your holiday shopping — or you’re looking to treat yourself this holiday season — lululemon has you covered!
I’ve highlighted a few of my top picks below (all of which I actually own!), but be sure to check out my full guide to the best stocking stuffers from lululemon on LIKEtoKNOWit.
Be sure to place your orders by Dec 20 to for delivery by Dec 24! And as always, shipping is free!
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Hi, I’m Bex and I’m addicted to “Sparkle Socks” …
I’ve purchased at least one pack of these every year for the past three years. They’re my favorite crew sock to bring a little something fun to my winter uniform of Align Pants + Sorel Joan of Arctic Wedge Boots.
Each box comes with three different designs – a stripe, a polka dot and one that looks to me like glitter confetti. These socks have arch support, seamless toe construction and breathable mesh construction.
I’ve heard lots of laughs about the “fanny pack” making a comeback, but let me tell you: I’m 100% here for it! This elevated reimagining of the 80s/90s fashion trend can be worn around the waist or as a crossbody.
I’ve worn mine on hikes, vacation day trips and at amusement parks. I love having all of my necessities on-hand without having to use my hands!
Another revival of an 80s/90s trend that I’m absolutely on board for is the scrunchie. This style is more understated than some other styles I’ve seen, which works for me. I use these when I’m sleeping, working out and when I’m styling my hair.
My friends make fun of me because of how excited I got when lululemon started making keychains, but this purchase is one of my most-used and all-time favorites to date. I’ve had this keychain for at least a year and a half and it’s still in perfect condition!
I use this literally everyday because I have my keys clipped to my backpack, which I take to work with me. When everyone else is frantically looking for their keys – digging in their purses or going room-to-room hunting them down – I’m scrolling Insta while I wait.
The carabiner is heavy-duty enough that I’m not scared it’s going to break, but lightweight enough that it’s not cumbersome. The cord tie is simple and classic looking.
Another item I’ve had for a couple years and use everyday: this versatile wristlet can be dressed up for black-tie events but works for everyday use as well.
There are two zippered pockets – one side holds my cash, cards and phone while the other side contains my lipstick, lip balm and other small necessities. I use the keychain above to clip my keys to the wrist strap when I don’t have my backpack.
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