5 Faves & a Dud: Sunday Funday Edition

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Welcome to the holiday season when lululemon absolutely blitzes us with uploads! This is the first off-cycle drop of the season and they came out swinging.


5 Faves & a Dud: 11/27/22 Edition

Favorite #1: Wunder Puff Cropped Vest in Sonic Yellow

This vest just might cure all of my seasonal depression.


Favorite #2: lululemon Align™ Super-High-Rise Pant 25″ Shine in Black

When your sexy holiday party pants double as your ‘I went too hard on the appetizers but still want to look cute’ pants.


Favorite #3: Fast and Free High-Rise Fleece Tight 28″ in Green Jasper

I am all about the Athleta Rainier as the holy grail of winter running tights, and the F&F brushed version from last winter fell short. However, I got the moonlit magenta fleece pair for my birthday and these are LEGIT.


Favorite #4: Track That High-Rise Lined Short 5″ in Psychic

It may not be shorts szn in several parts of the country, but… they’re gorgeous.


Favorite #5: Wunder Train Contour Fit High-Rise Tight 25″ in Pomegranate

I’ve so far held steady with just a Pomegranate Ribbed Merino Wool-Blend Knit Beanie, but I am absolutely enamored with this color. There’s no way I don’t give in to more items before this season ends.


The Dud: Strongfeel Women’s Training Shoe in Sunbeam/Sunbeam/Elixir

Maybe, MAYBE they come across happier in real life, but… I can’t quite get myself on board with this new colorway.


Other Fun Finds

Super light blues are the name of the game in Align Tank world, and the navy/rose gold Chargefeel Lows, along with. theBlack/Rose gold Blissfeels have restocked.

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