Why there are so many bad review of lululemon?
As you know,Lululemon Athletica has been announced as the official clothing outfitter for the Olympics Games until 2028, replacing the Hudson’s Bay Company as the official clothier of Team Canada. This partnership begins in the lead-up to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing.
Somebody says: It would be cool if they actually went into that history and displayed themselves as that company you learn a out in grade 6 history.At the moment the HBC is nothing but a clothing store where you sometimes go upstairs to see what weird things they have on sale. It’s e tire buisness model is replicated better through out any other store located in the same mall.HBC should do what Tim’s does (regrettably) and market itself on its inherent Canadianess and its place in history. It truly has a claim to its Canadian roots other than Tims
Sell things that are just made in Canada, sell just Canadian brands, branch out and localize in certain provinces and area and sell things based on the locality.
HBC is no longer a kingpin in the way that Sears was or what Walmart is now, but if it makes itself a niche in its Canadian origins can see it becoming a better HBC just.don’t go tacky..
That,s all,but why we have seen the bad review now.should see more good review now.right?
The deal means that all members of Team Canada, athletes, coaches and support staff will be outfitted in Lululemon gear during opening and closing ceremonies, around the athlete’s village and at media appearances.
For most of my life I have thought that my negative space was the most interesting thing about me. Not my smarts, or my laugh, or my ability to survive but how little I occupied and how much could I disappear.
I am not out of the woods yet and I have to fight very hard with myself to carry on but at the same time I hate that we live in a society where this is so important and to be honest that day at the lululemon store is still edged on my mind. It shouldn’t, but it is.
So I fight and I still love wearing my lululemons when I go on my adventures or go about living my life. Because I do. It may sound kind of unlikely sometimes but life is for living and I am alive..
But some people said:”I once tried to return a pair of invigorates that I bought after I felt guilty with buyer’s remorse. I went back the next day after buying it and the employee who spoke to me basically accused me of staining it. I hadn’t stained it btw, it was just linty because that’s the nature of everlux and I had sat on my bed to test out how it would fare in terms of digging into my waist so some lint had stuck to the back.
After saying that, she stared at me, I stared back at her. She kept repeating that I had stained it, I kept repeating that there was no way. Tags intact and all and only one day past the purchase date, no way in hell was I going to back down. She finally tried to get me to exchange it for something else. That was when I realised she just cared about the sales quota for her store and was trying to pull the wool hop over to this site my eyes. I refused because seriously screw her at that point.
I managed to get my refund in the end but damn if that didn’t leave a sour taste in my mouth.
ETA: just remembered that she also refunded me less than what I actually paid and I had to get the balance refunded at a different outlet. Idk if she was doing it on purpose but I wouldn’t put it past her after her previous behaviour..”
Of course..maybe you are lucky..you don’t have any bad experiences to share but to note you are also white, cis female, middle class.
RE people saying someone is “being dramatic” sharing their bad experience pisses me off because I’m sorry but who are you to determine what happened to that person or how they were made to feel.. there have been posts on the main sub a few times about people feeling like they were being profiled in store and it’s really upsetting to hear about. And microaggressions are also a thing, people. It may not always be super explicit or obvious to someone else.