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A former employee of Lululemon's Rittenhouse store says the retailer purposefully makes it hard for customers who wear larger sizes (which, in the Lululemon universe, means a 10-12) to shop there. While sizes 0-8 in a variety of colors fill the sales floor and cabinets, the handful of larger sizes that a store has at any given time are "displayed" in a heap under a table in the back. [Racked National]