LuLaRoe?? Yeah, I’m going there. My post over at Fredericksburg Parent this week is all about LuLaRoe! Do any of you know and love the Roe?
I’ll be honest. I didn’t always love it. When I first heard of the company, I thought that all they sold were crazy patterned leggings. Soft? Yes, but crazy nonetheless. Then I learned about their skirts and dresses. I talk a bit more about this ephinany over at Fredericksburg Parent. I have come to learn that Julia and Cassie are my new best girlfriends. In LuLaRoe speak, the Julia is a dress and the Cassie is their pencil skirt. Although, LuLaRoe has a lot of different styles, and after trying on a few of them, my heart remains with Julia and Cassie.
(The Julia dress)
And, since I am not that familiar with the other styles and in order to further my research, I asked a friend of mine, who sells the clothing, to give me her two cents on it. Here’s Amber, you can find her LuLaRoe page at LulaRoe Amber Quann
“My name is Amber Quann and I became a LuLaRoe Consultant about a year after I purchased my first pair of addictive LuLaRoe leggings. I am a SAHM to my 2 year old daughter and definitely have found myself in the “mom rut” on many days — looking at the clock and seeing it’s 3pm, I’m still in my PJs and my hair looks a hot mess. Not to mention, my body just isn’t quite the same since I had a baby (still have some extra meat on my bones). I knew I needed a change for my own sanity, I wanted to feel beautiful again! I also didn’t want to look frumpy or out of style, but I struggled with feeling comfortable in my own skin. Then in walks LuLaRoe. Ladies, these clothes are amazingly comfortable! I wake up excited to get dressed!! If I had to pick the two items I wear the most (besides the leggings), it would have to be the Carly Dress and the Irma Top. Both of these items can be belted, layered, knotted, worn fitted or loose– you name it, I’m sure we can do it. But what I love most about the Carly and Irma is how well they compliment my body shape without making me feel frumpy or showing my lumps and bumps haha… since I carry my weight in my midsection. I love the versatility that each piece carries, how I am able to create multiple style options with one item (like a Cassie skirt worn as a skirt, a top, or as an infinity scarf!) Nothing makes me happier than seeing a woman’s face light up when she tries on our clothing and hearing her exclaim how beautiful she feels. This business and these clothes truly change the lives of the people they touch!”
She’s totally right about being able to change the look of a piece in so many interesting ways. On my Fredericksburg Parent post, I show how another friend of mine helped me with changing the look of an Irma tee, which I loved so much that I bought it. LOL. Plus the colors in the pattern match my hair, winning!!!
(The left is a Julia, and the right is an Irma tee tied to make it a dress!)
If you aren’t familiar with the brand, I’d suggest going to one of their pop up boutiques or attend a LuLaRoe party. The ladies that sell it are knowledgeable and can help you find what works for you. Plus the women that I know that sell it really love what they do, and that’s always a bonus for me. It helps to try stuff on so that you can determine the correct size for you. Because a lot of their clothes are made from a stretchy material, I can fit into two different sizes, which is great because that opens up more possibilities.
So what do you all think? Do you already have LuLaRoe pieces, or are you ready to give it a try? How far into the addiction are you?? My collection keeps growing, because darn if I don’t keep winning giveaways… LOL (shhhhh, don’t blow my cover).
Don’t forget to check out my post at Fredericksburg Parent for more LuLaRoe goodness.