Lululemon Vinyassa Scarf vs Ivivva Village Chill Scarf

Hello everyone! I thought it would be a good idea to help people who LOVE the Vinyasa scarf discover the Ivivva Village Chill Scarf. If you like the Vinyasa scarf, the Ivivva version is a smaller version. It is also Rulu and I took a chance and ordered one on markdown a few weeks ago. I think Ivivva’s uploads occur on the same days as Lululemon’s, which are Tuesday afternoons for new merchandise and Thursday mornings for markdowns. So, for $14 I figured I would try the Ivivva version of the Vinyasa scarf I love so much. I’m glad to report that I like it so far and find it just as easy to wear as my Vinyasas.

Measurements & Comparison Photos

The Ivivva scarf is about 25 inches long and 19 inches wide, while the Vinyasa scarf is about 29 inches long and 25 inches wide. Also worth mentioning: there is no loop tab on the smaller Ivivva scarf, while the Lululemon one does have one. I’ve never used mine, so this does not affect me, but I thought it would be of interest to some people.

 

Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf vs Ivivva Village Chill Scarf



Edited to add:

In response to my reader: they feel like they’re the same thickness, it’s the same Rulu I know & love. But the sides of the Ivivva one are rolling because like some of the older Lululemon Vinyasa scarves, the sides do not have finished seams. I hope this helps!

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Author: lululemonexpert

Blogger, Lululemon Enthusiast, Polyglot, Autodidact

4 thoughts on “Lululemon Vinyassa Scarf vs Ivivva Village Chill Scarf”

  1. I love them so much I don’t know how many I have but probably have at least 8 to 10 different ones :(). Is it just me or the sides of the Ivivva scarf look like they are curling? Are they exactly like the Vinyasa scarf beside being smaller? Same thickness?

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