Trendy yoga brand Lululemon was forced to recall nearly $20 million worth of the company's black Luon yoga pants last week because they are see-through.
Now customers have been complaining that Lululemon store "educators" are asking customers to drop into "downward dog" in order to get a refund. Toronto customer Christina Phillips wrote on Lululemon's Facebook page: "The sales associate perused my butt in the dim lighting of the change room and deemed them 'not sheer.'"
Perhaps Lululemon should re-market the see-through yoga pants as ideal for other uses. Or is the real problem that people think it's necessary to drop a $100 dollars on a pair of wildly overpriced yoga pants?