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Look Sexy in Lululemon With Thigh Gap Hack, CEO Agrees!

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Want to look sexy in a pair of  $98 lululemon yoga pants? Thigh Gap Hack to the rescue! Lululemon CEO, Chip Wilson, has come under fire for comments he made in an interview, in which he tells the plain truth: EVERYONE can’t wear their yoga pants; if overweight people squeeze themselves into their clothes anyway, they shouldn’t complain if the thighs wear out from the frequent rubbing, or look sheer and pill since their thighs stretch out the fabric more than it was meant to.

I applaud the CEO for telling it straight instead of trying to baby the sensitive subject. Glorifying obesity is what has caused our fat society. Political correctness has made it so it is wrong to say that a person is out of shape. His company has been receiving bad press from women complaining about his company’s clothes doing all of the above, when in actuality – the only women having problems are the ones who can’t seem to deal with the fact that they need to go up in a size, or find another brand that caters to their larger thighs/lower bodies. If you try to cram 100 lbs of weight into a plastic bag, it’s not the plastic bag maker’s fault when the bag breaks!

Furthermore, every company has the right to cater to a specific demographic. It’s smart business and tons of people do that. How much money (and lost profits) do you think Lululemon would have to spend making and carrying every size under the sun? They’re running a business; and it is not their job to make everyone feel great about their large size. They also have a brand image to maintain, and women with smaller thighs simply look a heck of a lot sexier in yoga pants!  I know, it might seem wrong to some, and expect a lot of backlash from the fat acceptance/slim shaming crew with sensationalist articles in 3,2,1…, but if you want to be big and proud, don’t complain when you can’t find nice clothes that fit because most companies care about profit more than making you feel like a BBW.

 

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  • arlene

    Exactly right! The uproar is that he said his clothes are no perfect for everybody, and everybody wants to be included. Cut off shorts are not for everybody (that’s why they don’t come in certain sizes), midriff baring shirts are not for everybody, and neither are lululemon’s yoga pants! Get over it ppl

  • MJane

    I know this is late…but I have a problem with the CEO’s comments. Why? Well, I am a size 0-2 (depending on the brand). I am also just a bit under 5″4. The comment ‘rubbed’ me the wrong way, as I have narrow hips and the ‘thigh gap’ is simply unattainable for me, no matter how thin I get. Suggesting that the pants are strictly for women with a ‘thigh gap’ is discouraging, as I am certain that there are more woman out there like that me who cannot physically attain thighs that do not touch. I realize that because I know this about myself and my body, I can simply choose not to purchase this particular brand of yoga pants. However, my concern is for younger girls/women out there who do not understand that perhaps due to their body structure (i.e. hips that are too narrow) a ‘thigh gap” may not be anatomically possible.

    • thighgaphack

      MJane, your last sentence is what I have been fighting the last year because I have seen it with my own eyes that there is no such thing as hips that are too narrow for a thigh gap.

      I’ve helped women with very narrow hips get one by becoming lean enough (without starving! so it’s possible)

      The key is knowing what exercises to avoid and which to do; and what foods to eat (diet is 80%) to release fluid in the thighs, and be rid of overdeveloped muscles (that’s not to say you should strive for absolutely no muscle tone in the legs).

      Get it?