Jaxon & Harvey: Why LuLaRoe Denim Is the Best

You've likely heard the hullabaloo around two of LuLaRoe's newest styles, the Jaxon and the Harvey. Both are denim jackets with the Jaxon featuring a longer line while the Harvey is more of a cropped-style. Maybe you're sitting there thinking, "But like, LuLaRoe makes leggings. Why are they making denim jackets?" I feel it's a valid question, and one that has an equally valid answer. First and foremost, LuLaRoe isn't just about the leggings. Have you tried our amazing skirts? My current personal favorite skirt is the Lucy. Lucy features a maxi length and a chiffon or lace overlay. It's basically a dream. The Amelia remains my favorite dress because of one word: Pockets. You can shop either style in our VIP Group. But back to the denim. LuLaRoe's Chief Merchant, Patrick Winget, got his start in the fashion industry in denim. He knows denim. He's calling the Jaxon and the Harvey the "most amazing denim/twill jackets ever made." He's not wrong. My...
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Stop Body Shaming Others

Stop Body Shaming Others

I have issues with school dress codes as they are most frequently based in sexist, discriminatory ideas. A girls' shoulders are not magically distracting boys from learning, and more over, it doesn't matter what a girl wears; sexual assault is never the victim's fault. (And, PS: Dress codes don't stop sexual assault.) BUT I DIGRESS. Today I'm not here to preach about dress codes and misogyny. I'm here to talk about body shaming and how it has no place in our school system nor in the world in general. A principal in South Carolina was recorded saying the following regarding the wearing of leggings. “I’ve told you this before, I’m going to tell you this now, unless you are a size zero or two and you wear something like that, even though you’re not fat, you look fat.” NOPE. No. Nope. Not okay. Not even close. I should note that the school's dress code does state this: "leggings, tights, yoga pants and spandex must be...
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Peyton Heart Project, Our July Fundraiser

We're thrilled to host another fundraiser! We launched our newest fundraiser in our VIP Group just yesterday. Any purchases made through this coming Sunday will benefit Peyton Heart Project. Let us tell you a little about why we chose this global non-profit for our fundraiser. About Peyton Heart Project Peyton Heart Project began in 2014 as a way to help end suicide and bullying and the stigma surrounding mental health issues. We discovered them when our daughter, who lives with anxiety and depression, needed some professional mental health help earlier this year. We asked our customers, friends, and family to send our daughter letters to let her know she's not alone. An old friend sent her five of Peyton's Hearts. She loved the concept and so did we. We ordered some to put in our customer's packages. Then we decided we wanted to do more. We contacted Peyton Heart Project and asked if we could run a fundraiser. They said yes. Here we...
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When You Shop with Us: The Story of Denise & Jenna

When You Shop with Us: The Story of Denise & Jenna

On a hot summer day in 2003, I went to work feeling just fine. At 18 weeks pregnant, I worked hard to save up money to parent my daughter. Around lunch time that day, I started to feel woozy. A co-worker looked at me, commented on how pale I looked, and sent me home. I called my beloved paternal grandmother who told me to eat a sandwich and go to bed. The Polish, we solve all things with food. When I woke up from my nap, darkness had already settled in, as had chills and sweats. I took my temperature and it read 104.3. I immediately called the clinic, who patched me to the doctor on call at the hospital as it was after hours. He told me to come in immediately. I drove myself to the hospital; I wouldn't drive again until after my daughter was born. Things begin to get blurry here. I remember my grandmothers arriving to sit with...
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Thank You for Supporting Our Fundraiser for To Write Love on Her Arms

Thank You for Supporting Our Fundraiser for To Write Love on Her Arms

Choosing Our Goal for To Write Love on Her Arms When we announced our February Fundraiser, benefiting To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA), I looked at Denise and said, "What should we set for our goal?" We both sat silently for a moment and decided that $1000 seemed like a good idea. By good idea, I mean that we wanted to raise $1000 for TWLOHA, but hooboy, it felt like a big, scary number. $1000 meant we needed to work super hard, hustle, and basically be on top of our game for an entire week. To boot, Denise went on a much-needed vacation three days after we launched the fundraiser. I didn't begrudge her that, because the reason she needed a vacation largely rested on the reason we chose TWLOHA as our fundraiser. The emotional and physical support she offered our daughter during the month of January and into the beginning of February took its toll, and she needed to recharge. So...
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To Write Love On Her Arms, Our February Fundraiser

To Write Love On Her Arms, Our February Fundraiser

We've decided to run a Very Important Fundraiser (VIF) for a week in February. We will raise money for To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA), a national nonprofit dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and invest directly into treatment and recovery. (1) We've wanted to run a fundraiser in our group for awhile now, but we couldn't find one that meshed with who we are as a team of two moms raising a daughter through open adoption and the rest of our brood of boys (five of them between the two of us) along with husbands and dogs and pets and, yeah, LuLaRoe. We kept looking at different nonprofits, narrowing it down, and just sitting with the thought of it because nothing felt like the perfect match. Then our daughter's anxiety took a turn for the worst and she needed inpatient mental health treatment...
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Customer Database

Customer Database

If you've purchased something with us via our VIP Facebook Group, please click into the form just below this block of text to enter your information in our Customer Database. We use this form to send your invoice to the email of your choosing and then ship your purchases. Loading... Note: If you move, please contact us so we can update your information both in the Customer Database and our shipping software. We want your packages to get to you wherever you are! ...
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