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Lululemon's New Line: From Workout to Going Out in Peplums

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Ever go on a yoga date and are like, "gaaaaad, but how will he know I'm flirty without a flirty frock?" Ever go on a yoga date, period? Lululemon is here to help with their new line of athletic gear that doubles as street clothes called &go. Besides getting on the ampersand wagon (hey, &OtherStories and Article&), &go is the performance-wear's answer to the Sporty-Spice-in-the-gym, Sporty-Spice-at-after-gym-drinks trend that's taken over magazines and the market. As usual, Lululemon does a great job explaining "why we made this," complete with suggestions on where and how to wear a specific item. For the dress, which comes in gray and black, the site explains, "This do-it-all dress is bike-ride, yoga-date and dance-party compatible. We added two deep zipper pockets so you can leave your purse at home." (Naked yoga is a thing, but pair with the bike shorts for optimal down-dog coverage.) Pricing for the collection, which includes six pieces in various colorways, fits within Lulu's general range: $54 for shorts, $58 for tops, $198 for dresses and $108 to $118 for pants. Take a look below to check out what's new and head here to shop it.
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