Striving for sustainability in the fashion world has become commonplace, and lululemon is a brand that has often stood at the forefront of this conversation. Looking to push the envelope, the Canadian athleisure label has wheeled out its Like New Program, a resale platform featuring a variety of its rehashed catalog.
Nowadays, secondhand apparel is arguably as popular as ever, so it’s refreshing to see a brand as big as lululemon harp on that by unleashing a ceaseless collection of current and archival pieces. Some of these include the performance giant’s popular ABC Slim-Fit Pant and Commission Pant, as well as the workout-appropriate Textured Tech Hoodie.
The brand claims that 100% of its Like New profits will be invested in sustainable purposes, like circular product design, as well as additional recycling programs. When accounting for the attentiveness that each piece gets to assure it remains in quality condition, a purchase from this new program is beneficial for both the planet and your wallet, as you can find high-quality pieces at an extremely fair price.
Buying brand-new clothes for yourself is nice and all, but picking something up from the Like New Program is much nicer for the planet — plus you’re still getting some awesome gear at a nice discount, to boot. lululemon’s trade-in platform is available to scour through now on its website, with pieces starting from as low as $25.
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