If you need an excuse to shop, here it is. The Lululemon We Made Too Much sale has new items up for grabs and there is a lot to choose from. You can get so much stuff for under $70.

Making too much of something can be a good thing and since Lululemon got a bit overzealous with their products, we get to reap the rewards!

There are so many different products available from shirts to sweaters to jackets for women and men along with bags, yoga mats and other accessories.

While some things can still be a little bit pricey even with the sale, you can find things that are way cheaper than their original price.

All of the items that you can get as part of this deal are final sale. So you should probably be completely sure that you love the stuff you're going to by because you won't be able to return it.

The Switch Please Shacket is a combination of a shirt and a puffy coat that's reversible with one side being water repellent and the other being sweat-wicking.

It's on sale for $59 which is down from the original price of $158. That's a saving of almost $100!

There are lots of leggings on sale like these high-rise ones that are black with a muted orange camo pattern. It's $79 off so it'll only cost you $59.

For anyone who doesn't want summer to end, there are deals on bathing suit tops and bottoms like this one that was $74 but is now $39.

However, if you're ready for fall, the Total Ellipse Sweater is literally designed to keep the chill away.

It's on sale for $69, down from $138.

There are wide-leg pants on sale for $59 which is down from $128 and they're perfect for relaxing in comfort.

For something that's a little more professional, there's a button-down shirt that you can rock during work video calls. Plus, it's anti-stink so you don't have to wash it that often.

If you're in the mood for more savings, Nordstrom is also having a sale.

It's on now until September 4 and you can get items for as much as 60% off.

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