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lululemon Launches ivivva athletica

For all you tween girls out there obsessed with your mom’s comfy, stretchy, great-looking lululemon yoga and activewear, the famous clothing brand is launching a line especially for tweens.

The new line of functional sportswear will be called Ivivva Athletica and it will be aimed at girls between the ages of six and 12. Initially, the clothes will only be available in a few Canadian cities: Vancouver, Victoria and Calgary.

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lululemon Athletica says Ivivva products will be made for function sports like gymnastics, dance, figure skating, field hockey, track and field and soccer. It’ll be more functional and colorful than the adult line, so don’t worry about looking exactly like your mother.

The ivivva collection will be available in three Canadian stores in Vancouver, Victoria, and Calgary, opening in late November, with the hopes of more stores opening near you!

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ariel101

ariel101 wrote:

i use my moms yoga mat more thn she does
commented: Tue Aug 14, 2012

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nice
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