LuLaRoe Leggings Under Fire For Poor Quality, Have You Experienced This?
First off I have to say that I do not own a pair of LuLaRoe Leggings. I was invited to a friend's party was unable to attend. When the fashion craze first hit I heard how soft they were and a bit on the spendy side, but my friends were all buying them. Now, there is a class-action lawsuit in California against the company and I'm curious if women in the Northland agree.
My co-host's wife loves her LuLaRoe. She had a party and she owns several pairs. I don't know if I can justify the cost of LuLaRoe leggings when I can get my favorite Cuddle Duds at the local Wal-Mart for a fraction of the cost. My Cuddle Duds are uber soft fleece and come with matching fleece tops with the thumb holes, everything I love. I have never experienced my fleece leggings tearing or splitting at the seams.
With that said, the unfortunate situation that is happening with LuLaRoe owners is that while they are wearing the leggings (sometimes in public), the seams are coming undone or there are tears or rips that are occurring with normal use. Most people stating shortly after their purchase and really after spending as much as you do for the product you would expect them to last for quite some time.
In fact, for those that happen to be picking up a pizza at your local grocery store you may have noticed you can buy colorful soft leggings off a rack there and last time I checked they were between $5.99-$9.99. Affordable, colorful and you can pick them up while your grocery shopping for your family so extremely convenient!
So, I ask LuLaRoe fans, what's the draw? Why are you willing to spend the extra money for the brand name leggings and have you ever had issues with them tearing or ripping at the seams? When we brought this topic up on air we had a caller that stated this indeed happened to her friend, however, she returned them to the gal that sold them to her and she was either reimbursed or a replacement pair was offered. I think the company handled that as they should, so why the lawsuit?