It's the C9 by Champion Women's long sleeve seamless tee in pink, for $24.99. It also comes in black and white. It's 94% Nylon, 6% Spandex. What really made it remind me of the Lululemon top is the subtle curved design on the chest and back.
I tried it on. With the skirt I wore to work. I should have picked up a pair of running shorts to try on with it instead of a thick wool tweed skirt. But the XS fit snugly. If I were buying it, I probably would have picked it up in this size though, to wear as a base layer. It has regular shoulder seams even though the pattern makes it look raglan. Sizing up would have put the shoulder seams beyond my actual shoulders.
The fabric of this top was much more structured than the fabric of the Lululemon Swiftly Tech LS, in my opinion. Both are "seamless" (though there are shoulder seams on the C9 version...? and there are raglan seams on the Swiftly Tech? Not sure what allows them to call it seamless), wicking, and lightweight. Unlike the Lulu top, there are no thumbholes on the C9 top.
Here's my Lululemon Swiftly Tech LS in dark classic grey on myself:
And one in blue from the Lululemon website:
If you are looking for a pair of inexpensive running tights, also be sure to check these out:
This is the C9 by Champion Women's Fitted Running Tight. Above is the Ebony and Wild Rose color combo. They are also available in solid black (ebony). These are $24.99 and made of Chamipon's Duo Dry moisture-wicking fabric. They are 88% Polyester, 12% Spandex.
These looked decent in the store!
They have a zipper at the ankle so you can fit them over your calves (if you are like me and might have that issue). Other features include a nice-looking reflective pattern that wrapped around the right leg and a wide waistband. There was a key pocket on the outside of the waistband at the back; not zippered (good if you plan on doing some kind of mat work or crunches after your run and don't want it digging in to your back; not sure how secure it is though).
Do you have any experience with Target's C9 by Champion Line?
Any other stores you like for budget-friendly workout clothes?