Lularoe from a Skeptic...There's Something for Everyone
Jan 11, 2017
Remember a while ago when I said I didn't get it...well I was skeptical and there is something for everyone. I just don't think your leggings should look like your grandmother's old sofa? Well, I did it. I went over to a consultants house and tried some. I also brought along a very pregnant friend of mine to try it too. Here are my thoughts on Lularoe...and thank you Kristen for letting me squish your baby.
1. Leggings are still NOT pants. I don't care if you are a teenager who has yet to develop (like my littlest sister). It horrifies me to see you in leggings as pants. WHEN YOU BEND OVER I CAN SEE YOUR UNDERWEAR. Like all of it. Do us all a favor, throw a tunic on over it, so we can't see all your business.
2.They have some cute prints. Dare I say, whimsical? I bought a pair. I figured if I was going to talk crap about it, I should at least experience how magical they are. Ok. They are comfortable. Not as great as my lulu's, but they are comfy. You will never see me wearing them outside of the house. Not even to the bus stop, but the hubs? He likes leggings (THANK GOD), so they are on rotation in the house.
3. They have some adorable basics. Very cute raglan style baseball tees. I was into it, until I saw the price. Expensive for a raglan, and the lighter colored ones were a bit see through for my taste.
4. It's more than just leggings. Yep. They have all kinds of fun things from skirts that can double as scarves, to really cute dresses in styles that will flatter just about any figure. My really pregnant friend (who is an itty bitty person and hard to fit) was able to find something that she felt cute and comfortable in.
5. The kids stuff is amazing. Clara pretty much loves anything sparkly, and the more prints the better. She will love the kids leggings, when I find some that I am willing to buy.
The bottom line is, if it makes you feel good...get it. It really isn't my cup of tea, but along with all of the other mom owned businesses like Rodan and Fields, Younique, and Beautycounter, I support moms. I love seeing women who are doing something that they love and contributing to the family. That definitely IS my cup of tea.
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