A Florida woman is accusing one of the biggest names in athleisure wear of misleading customers about the quality of its products.

Palm Beach County resident Kiara Cruz filed suit in February against Lululemon, a Canadian retailer best known for its form-fitting and yoga-inspired athletic and casual apparel. Her complaint alleges Lululemon deliberately misled customers about the percentage of Pima cotton that can be found in its products.

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