Lululemon to launch resale pilot for shoppers to sell, buy used items


An employee restocks clothes on display at the Lululemon Athletica sports apparel store on Regent Street in London.

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Lululemon is getting into resale.

The leggings and sports bra maker announced Tuesday it is piloting a trade-in program in California and Texas next month, which it plans to expand to an online resale program in June.

Starting in May, Lululemon customers in California and Texas will be able to trade in gently used Lululemon items in a store or by mail in exchange for a Lululemon gift card.

The following month, those gently used items will start to be sold online to people who want to pay less and don’t mind a bit of wear on their tops and…


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