I sat by and watched friend after friend rave about their new and buttery soft leggings on Facebook. I saw friend after friend sign on as a dealer and still kept my right eyebrow arched. Nothing could be that amazing, incredible enough to gain a cult-ish following and turn an entire generation of women into legging wearing mouthpieces. Right?
Boy, was I wrong.
I was approached by a LuLaRoe dealer (and I say dealer instead of consultant because they push stretchy and beyond comfortable multicolored crack) and offered a few pieces in exchange for a review. She sent me a multicolored maxi skirt, Irma, leggings for both me and Miss Sarah, as well as a LLR hair-band.
so. freaking. comfortable.
I know I am preaching to the choir if you already have experienced LuLaRoe, but holy cannoli! I wore the skirt and Irma on my flight to Germany. I JUST tried on the leggings and Miss Sarah lived in her leggings over the weekend at my Mom’s…there was just enough fabric to cover the “junk in her trunk” as my girl has a generous little booty. Hook, line and sinker – we are both addicts now.
I shared the fact that I had crossed over to the dark side on my personal Facebook page and how I was now a LuLaRoe addict… and several peeps who sell brand “X” had to comment. WHY can’t people NOT make nasty comments or use your happy moment to tell you how THEY sell something better and you should really be working with them? UGH – nothing turns me off more than someone poaching where they obviously weren’t invited. (I hope they are reading…) It’s one thing to have pride in your product and yet, another to try and build your brand up by tearing down another. Am I right? (this is where you shout “heck yeah!”)
I wasn’t a fan of the beige shirt I was sent (personally, I don’t think beige looks good on anyone) but love the style of the Irma top and will go back for other colors. As a larger gal, it can be hard to find a good T that is comfortable and looks nice at the same time. Yeah LLR! You “get it”.
I am also not a huge leggings fan but will get more of those maxi skirts — don’t knock me but I rarely wear jeans either – it’s just me. My daughter however, would live in leggings if she could!
OK, that being said — I worked with Carrie Lavorini or Carrie & Lo and her Facebook group is CLICK HERE. They are located in Villa Park IL, a suburb 20 miles straight west of Chicago. They do in home parties, called popups, host on line parties via Facebook or a shopping link, and also host parties and personal styling appointments in their home boutique. There is a new LuLaRoe Disney line coming out and ya’ll want to make sure you are hooked up if you are a fan and also love beyond comfortable clothes!
disclosure: While I was compensated for this post, all thoughts and feelings are entirely my own. I am now a LuLaRoe crack hoar and dare you to to try to take my Maxi Skirt or Irma out of my hands…