12 Lululemon must-haves that are on sale RIGHT NOW

We’ve done the browsing for you and picked out 12 of our favorites.

12 Lululemon must-haves that are on sale RIGHT NOW

Attention Lululemon lovers—you’re not going to want to miss this one!

It’s no secret that one of our favorite exercise + athleisure brands makes some killer gear for running, studio classes, and of course everyday mom-ing. (We love leggings and we’re not ashamed to admit it, mmk?) It’s also no secret that some of these styles can come with a pretty hefty price tag. But wait...

Have you checked out Lulu’s We Made Too Much section? There are some amazing discounts to be had, especially toward the end of each season. We’ve done the browsing for you and picked out 12 of our favorites below.

Lead the Pack Hoodie

This super soft hoodie is perfectly poised to become your go-to for cozy casual. It’s also a perfect post-gym layer since it’s sweat-wicking.

$69.00 (normally $108.00),


Intended Tank

This loose-fitting tank is perfect for layering over a strappy bra. It shows just the right amount of skin to make it interesting while also providing enough coverage to wear it out and about.


$39.00 (normally $58.00),


Press Pause Jogger II

We’ve yet to meet sweatpants we didn’t ?. The tapered cuffs and high waist make these one of our faves.

$69.00 (normally $98.00),


Swiftly Tech Racerback

This is our all-time favorite tank for running, spinning, or any other high-endurance cardio because of it’s awesome wicking capabilities and built-in anti-odor technology.

$49.00 (normally $58.00),


Fast As Fleece Tight

High-rise running tights + warm, cozy fleece? Yes, please.

$79.00 (normally $128.00),


To You Tunic

This soft tunic makes the perfect post-workout layering piece, or paired with leggings for everyday comfort.

$89.00 (normally $98.00),


Box It Out Short Sleeve

We love the open back design and cap sleeves on this flowy top; we also love the anti-stink technology built right in!

$39.00 (normally $68.00)


Tied To It Crop 21”

These high-rise crops keep things interesting with breathable lace-up panel designs down the calf of each leg. The Lycra fabric stretches while also holding you in + retains its shape wear after wear.

$69.00 (normally $98.00),


Fit To Be Serene Tank

Tank + bra all in one—this loose-fit tank is perfect for any studio class. It’s best for C/D cups and offers medium support.

$59.00 (normally $68.00),


Wunder Under Hi-Rise Tight Full-On Luxtreme 28”

These tights truly feel like a second skin—they’re perfect for yoga, the gym, or anytime you want to look (and feel) awesome.

$69.00 ($98.00),


Cool Racerback II

This versatile racerback tank uses four-way stretch fabric to move with you. It’s also super lightweight and great at wicking away sweat.

$39.00 (normally $48.00),


Front & Centre Jacket

We love this cropped jacket over a workout tank or as an extra layer on a chilly day.

$69.00 (normally $118.00),


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