After a rough few months of criticism over those see-through yoga pants and fat-shaming comments from founder Chip Wilson, it appears Lululemon may finally be getting back on track. Riding on the coattails of its high-end lingerie collection with Fortnight Lingerie, the active-apparel brand just launched another fashion-conscious line, called &go.
Focused on styles that can be worn both in and outside the gym ("bike and boardroom friendly," as Lululemon describes), the six-piece collection — yes, some of the items have already sold out — includes separates like tanks, leather-like shorts and sweats, and tops made of breathable, water-resistant fabrics. So, you know, you don't have to worry about packing regular clothes for that post-treadmill happy hour — okay, that's kind of gross. Check out the line here, or click through to shop a few of the noteworthy pieces. And, tell us: What do you think of the brand's latest venture?
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