I visited a flagship Lululemon store in New York City’s Fashion District. I read online about their HUB Seventeen co-working space and studio with complimentary fitness classes. I went here to work for two days and I have to say this was an AWESOME experience. I was able to do yoga on Friday and work on Wednesday and Thursday. I was also able to bring my dog to the co-working space. Dogs are usually not allowed but my pup was able to stay for the day.
Here’s a quick recap of my experience with photos!
Lululemon Flagship Store in NYC Fashion District
HUB Seventeen Co-working Space
The co-working space is free to use and comes with WiFi. In the morning they offer coffee and bagels for guests. In the back, there is a small stage where they hold speaking engagements and workshops on a bi-weekly basis. To sign-up, visit the Hub Seventeen website. Workshops range from $20-$50 dollars.
HUB Seventeen Studio
All fitness classes are free at Hub Seventeen. Create an account and sign-up for a free class on the Hub Seventeen website.
Flagship Lululemon Lab Try Ons
Of course I had to try on some clothes while I was here. The dressing room space is HUGE. I loved the modern chandeliers and tall mirrors.
I tried the Lululemon Lab Shiwa puffer coat ($598). It buttons up the front which I thought was unintuitive but it looked really cute on. I decided to buy it and wear it that evening. I wore it for no more than an hour and had issues keeping it buttoned when I was sitting down. I, unfortunately, had to return it the next day. My bank account thanked me that day.
I also tried the Shiwa puffer coat in black. It did not look as attractive or impressive as the red.
The associate recommended that I try the Rappu hoodie dress ($198) in black. It’s super soft and comfortable but did not look great on me. I had to pass. It also comes in red but was not sold in-store.
I tried on the Sumu-Su dress ($158) and fell in love. This T-shirt style dress draped over me nicely. I wore my On the Fly pants underneath the dress so it looks a bit frumpy here. I wore it that night to dinner and received so many compliments. It’s also a VERY NYC or Seattle dress. The material drapes like it is heavy but it’s actually lightweight.
I finally tried the In Movement leggings ($98) that people have been raving about. I think it is personally OK. I did not like how it made me look bulbous around the hips. The pants are affordable but I would rather stick with Nulux for my higher performance leggings.
Thanks for reading my post. I will definitely be back to this location. The Hub Seventeen space is a city dweller’s dream come true.