Do You Know Who Else LuLaRoe Makes Clothes For?
I love to learn about and try out new fashions, (hence my recent Stitch Fix obsession). I really love when those fashions are affordable and aimed at helping women of all shapes and sizes feel good about themselves and what they are wearing. LuLaRoe has been able to not only capture that, but they have far exceeded that feel-good-about-your-size goal.
I am very happy that I discovered LuLaRoe a few months ago (although my wallet might tell you a different story). Their clothing is unique, casual, fun, stylish, on trend, affordable and has sizes to fit just about everyone.
If you have yet to take a ride on the LuLaRoe trend train, and you have kids, maybe this information will help you move a little faster to jump on board.
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LulaRoe doesn’t only make clothing for women and men (yes the Patrick T is for men), but they also sell clothing for kids. Babies, toddlers, kids, tweens and teens. Oh yes!
Now you and the special little kids in your life can be adorably twinning (or not) in your lovely LuLaRoe clothing.
My soon to be 6-year-old daughter absolutely loved it when I took her to her first LuLaRoe pop up shop at my friend’s boutique, and she was able to pick out her very first LuLaRoe outfit. After only one time of wearing LuLaRoe leggings my daughter was just as hooked on the clothing as I am. She kept petting her legs and saying how soft, comfy and fun her new leggings were.
Now I have to tell you that my daughter is tough on leggings. She often comes home, after a day at kindergarten or outside playing, with holes in the knees of her pants. So far her LuLaRoe leggings have held up to the test, and they also wash up very nicely (just make sure not to put them in the dryer!).
Check out my fashionable little LuLaRoe loving cutie:
Please leave me a comment below letting me know whether or not you have jumped on the LuLaRoe trend train yet.
If not, where is your favorite place to shop for kids?