Lularoe, Lularoe Lularoe, has been at every social media platform and vendor’s events all over America. I have heard people rave over the “buttery soft” leggings and comfy, modest tunics and dresses. To be honest, I’m not a huge fan of some of the prints. I thought they looked more like Gymboree for adults.
Last year, a LuLaRoe consultant had set up a booth at an local vendors event, so I took the opportunity to check out the quality of the clothes. I’ll admit it – the leggings definitely are “buttery soft” but at $25, they’re not cheap, and definitely more than what I’m willing to pay for a pair of leggings.
We are are a busy women and love the idea of having a comfy, easy-to-wear outfit that I can throw on quickly and still look put together, so I went on the hunt for a cheaper alternative to LuLaRoe that provided the same “buttery soft” feeling, but wouldn’t kill off my checkbook.
Then in a stoke of luck, i was in an online vendor event and ordered a pair of cheaper leggings of the same fabric blend and I was was nervous that i wouldn’t fit being a xplus size girl. When my package arrived, I was thrilled they fit and felt like I was applying lotion on my legs and could not stop rubbing my legs!
I was thrilled to find leggings that are, in my opinion, exactly the same quality and feel of LuLaRoe for a fraction of the cost.
Not only did I find an alternative to Lularoe, I started my own legging company to sell leggings, but i found a cheaper (but just as nice) alternative to the Sarah Cardigan in three lengths.
The LuLaRoe leggings alternative brand is called My Legging Craze.
Founder and Owner of My Legging Craze,