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Lululemon is slowly but surely climbing out of the sales-sucking hole it dug for itself after the see-through pants debacle of 2013. According to its most recent earnings report, the retailer saw a 16% boost in revenue during the holiday selling season. Sales at existing Lululemon stores were up by 8% during the same time, which shows that customer trust is slowly being restored.
Looking forward, Fortune reports that the largest growth potential comes from Lululemon's two offshoots: Ivivva, which focuses on yoga wear for tweens, and its men's business. They also predict that international growth would be a key opportunity to boost Lululemon's revenue.