Joining Abercrombie, Lululemon Blames Women For Being Too Fat To Wear Its Apparel

Throwing its lot in with the likes of Abercrombie & Fitch, Lululemon has said some fairly inflammatory comments regarding its merchandise being too small for customers.

MSN states that rather than making realistic apparel that fits the average woman, Lululemon limits "[itself] to yogis with skeletal thigh gaps."

The most recent volatile comments from the company's co-founder, Chip Wilson, who's quoted as saying:

"Frankly, some women's bodies just don't actually work for it... They don't work for some women's bodies. It's really about the rubbing through the thighs, how much pressure is there over a period of time, how much they use it."

It should be mentioned, however, that the other co-founder Shannon Wilson, Chip's wife, was visibly unhappy with her husband's comments, so perhaps he misspoke.

Nevertheless, many complain that the rather expensive brand is "too sheer and pills too easily," so think twice before you shell out that much green.

Via: MSN, Top Photo Credit: Getty Images