I got kicked out of a bowling alley last night for wearing Lululemon!

July 8, 2017

My husband and I were invited to celebrate a friend's birthday at a bowling alley in Buckhead. Just for some background, Buckhead is one of the more expensive areas in Atlanta. Since we were going to be bowling, I decided to wear my usual Lululemon outfit which consisted of the Essential Tank and Align Crops. I thought I looked pretty cute!

We got to the door and the bouncer? looked me up and down and said, "I'm sorry but I can't let you in wearing that. There's a no athletic clothing policy after 5pm." I laughed because I thought he was joking with me. He didn't say anything, so I was like, "You've got to be kidding me!"

........Nope.

So I turned around and left and was pretty sure I was never going back, but my husband really wanted to go bowling with his friends so he dragged me to Tar-jay and bought me this outfit.

Apparently, my new $14.99 Mickey Mouse t-shirt screams CLASSY and my $19.99 pink shorts are really chic. I can't believe Lululemon wasn't good enough for this place! 😡


😂 So, all in all, we still had a great time even with the ridiculous set back. We ended the night playing super sized Jenga. The tower before it fell was nearly my height. 


My weekend was off to a great start! What is everyone up to? I need to run some errands, then go for my run. After that my husband and I are going to have dinner somewhere, where hopefully I will not get kicked out again for wearing Lululemon and then we're going to see Spider-Man! I'm very excited about that!






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4 comments

  1. Are you freaking kidding me? Your lulu outfit probably cost what 3 women combined were wearing lol.

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    1. Seriously! How is a t-shirt better?! SMH.

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  2. That's hilarious 😀 glad you guys could have a fun evening 😉

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    1. Sometimes I just have to chalk it off as one of those crazy things that will happen to me...

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