I’m often asked about LuLaRoe prices by people who are new to LuLaRoe when I’m doing a pop-up. I also hear questions about whether the more expensive garments are worth their price, especially since two of the newest styles, LuLaRoe Harvey and LuLaRoe Jaxon have the highest price point of all the LuLaRoe styles.
So let’s talk about LuLaRoe prices.
First, here’s a price list. Then I’ll tell you what I think.
Adult Leggings are $25
Kid and tween leggings are $23
Classic T, Gigi, Irma, Randy: $35
Perfect T: $36; Lynnae: $38
Azure: $35, Cassie: $35, Jill: $55, Lola: $46, Lucy: $52, Madison: $46, Maxi: $42
Amelia: $65, Ana: $60, Carly: $55, Julia: $45, Nicole: $48
Joy: $60, Lindsay: $48, Monroe: $48, Sarah: $70, Shirley: $48
Jaxon: $100, Harvey: $100
*Special collections such as holidays and Disney prints may be more.
Anybody who shops LuLaRoe generally agrees the $25 price point for leggings is fair. Can you go into a department store and find leggings for less? Sure. But I believe you get what you pay for. The very first pair of LuLaRoe leggings I ever owned (black, of course!) is almost a year old now. I’ve worn them about once a week, possibly less in the summer. Let’s say they’ve had 40 wears and washes (on cold and hung to dry!). You cannot tell how old these leggings are. They are not faded; they are not stretched in the knees or the butt. Know what else? There are no holes and they haven’t even thinned out where my thighs rub together. I know!
I’m not going to pretend I don’t know about the “holey leggings” problem that was happening a few months ago. LuLaRoe has addressed this with their Happiness Policy. But even before that policy, I made sure that my customers knew they could come to me if they experienced any problems and I would make things right for them. You pay $25 for a pair of leggings, you deserve leggings that will last!
Now let’s talk about Sarah, the duster length cardigan with pockets. At $70, it is one of the highest priced garments. But it’s also the same price as a couple of shirts. 2 shirts. Can you wear the same two shirts all week without washing? Because you don’t have to wash Sarah after every wearing like you (probably) do with your shirts. And if you wait for the right one to come along- a print or solid in your size, in a color that coordinates with a lot of what you already own, you absolutely can wear it every day of the week!
Finally, I’ve been hearing some feedback about the price point of Harvey and Jaxon, the new denim and canvas jackets LuLaRoe announced in July 2017. So I decided to do some research.
A quick google search brought up prices between $12.49 and $1,995.00!
Let’s throw out those outliers. Now we’re looking at $28-$265. Still quite a range and LuLaRoe is right in the middle at $100. While we shouldn’t discount the awesome customer service that comes when you buy LuLaRoe, is there anything else that adds value to Jaxon or Harvey? Heck yeah! Some of them come with custom embroidery.
Well, how much does embroidery cost? Jodi Binder runs a custom embroidery business in addition to her LuLaRoe boutique.
Embroidery costs $1.00/1,000 stitches, also depending on placement if you have several placements on the jacket you will pay for set up each time the hoop is moved. These jackets, whether they have embroidery or another process, are an AMAZING price at $100.
While LuLaRoe prices might be higher than discount store prices, the garments are absolutely worth the price point and the customer service is unbeatable.
If you are unhappy with any LuLaRoe you’ve ever received, please let me know! I want you to LOVE your LuLaRoe!