May 25, 2024


Fashion Your personal

Lululemon will now buy clothes back from shoppers

Have old Lululemon workout gear you’d like to get rid of? You may be able to sell it back to Lululemon.

Lululemon will launch a “Lululemon Like New” clothing trade-in and resell plan.

Through the program, customers will be able to return gently used items like pants, tops, shorts and jackets in exchange for a Lululemon e-gift card. It will kick off at Lululemon’s 394 United States stores and online on Earth Day (April 22).

The “Lululemon Like New” pilot began operating last year in two states.

“We’ve seen incredible momentum from our pilot program, and we look forward to welcoming new guests nationwide,” Lululemon’s president of Americas and global guest innovation Celeste Burgoyne said.

Returned items will be cleaned and evaluated before being approved for resale on the company’s site.

The gift card amounts offered will vary and depend on the type of item and condition it is in.

Lululemon will offer $5 for tank tops, t-shirts, short and long-sleeve shirts and shorts; $10 for hoodies, sweatshirts, sweaters, pants, crops, leggings, dresses and bags; and $25 for coats and jackets.

The popular athleisure brand debuted its first sneaker earlier this year and plans to launch a men’s footwear line.


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