#1 Trend for 2017: LuLaRoe Leggings

Chances are, you either own a pair of LuLaRoe leggings or know someone who does. And on the off chance that neither is true, you should be really glad you found this article.

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The LuLaRoe Movement

One of the fastest growing clothing businesses, LuLaRoe was founded by a single mother of seven who was struggling to balance her career with family time. She teamed up with some dress wholesalers, built a team she could count on, and an amazingly successful company was born.

Unlike most clothing companies, the items aren’t for sale online. The company’s founder, DeAnne Stidham, decided a team of consultants should sell the clothing. By investing in people, she’s built a brand and company that empowers others to balance family time, hobbies, and career goals. I have several friends who sell LuLaRoe clothing as either a sole or side income and all of them are happy with their decisions to join the movement.

 

The Only Leggings You’ll Ever Need

If you’re like me, you probably think leggings are the best thing since, um, coffee ice cream. LuLaRoe leggings are the softest leggings I’ve ever owned. Honestly, the only way to fully understand the phenomenon is to try a pair. I was a bit late to the party; in 2016 my friends were raving about their LuLaRoe leggings. I was pretty happy with the leggings I already owned and didn’t quite get the hype. LuLaRoe are known for their crazy, highly sought after, limited production prints and that just isn’t my thing. But when my best friend sent me a solid black pair for my birthday I was hooked. There is nothing in my closet softer or more comfortable–I only wish I could wear them every day!

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It’s not all leggings, though. LuLaRoe dresses and tops are popular because they’re comfortable and affordable. Women love how flattering the clothing is…and they come in kids’ sizes too, in case you want to match your mini me.

The opinions in this article are my own and I have’t been compensated in any way for them. I’m not a consultant nor associated with LuLaRoe in any way (although I may sign up in the future!) They’re just seriously that awesome, and I’m happy to recommend them.  🙂