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  1. Helpful (9)

    Fashion Consultant

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    • Comp & Benefits

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    Former Employee – Fashion Consultant

    Former Employee – Fashion Consultant

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Lularoe (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Can’t think of a dang thing at this point in time, hmmmm, still thinking. Thinking, thinking, thinking of a 20 word minimum for this portion of the review. Nope, nothing.

    Cons

    Literally everything. Cancelled my business in August, it is now May and I am still waiting for my refund from the inventory I returned to them in December.
    August-December was a waiting game on LLR’s schedule and nothing has changed.
    LuLaRoe is getting “interest free loans” by withholding many consultants refunds after they have sent everything back and items have been processed.
    If they are a debt free company, why does it take 10+ months to fully cancel your contract & receive your refund? Hold times for consultants in cancellation are over 3 hours (as I write this now waiting on hold for that long for the third day in a row for no one to answer).

    Advice to Management

    Get better systems in place. Treat the people who invested thousands of dollars in this “business” a better call center with shorter hold times so that they can sell their stuff. If they have to wait on hold for hours, when do they have time for pop-ups and their families?


  2. Helpful (9)

    STAY AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Lularoe part-time

    Pros

    Customers and other retailers (who have also left, by the way)

    Cons

    Customer service sucks for retailers and customers alike
    No one knows what they are doing
    Disorganized and overall embarrassing to work for
    Culture and values is a big fake

    Advice to Management

    Learn how to lead and manage

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  4. Helpful (12)

    Dont Trust LuLaRoe With Your Hard Earned Money

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    Former Employee – Retailer

    Former Employee – Retailer

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Lularoe (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Theres not a lot of positive that I have to say about LuLaRoe. If you enjoy spending countless hours glued to your electronic devices in an effort to make sales, participate in multi consultant sales, or watch trainings, webinars, etc. all in an effort to beat a Facebook algorithm because LLR wont let you sell anywhere on a public platform, be my guest. The average retailer only profits about enough to make a car payment, if that, once the initial investment has been paid off but retailers are always turning around and dumping their earnings right back in to their inventory at the urging of Home Office and their uplines.

    Cons

    Home Office changes things at the drop of a hat often at the close of the business day so that no on can be reached for further direction or advice. For example, they canceled their 100% Buy Back policy meaning that for those retailers going out of business, they will not take back 100% of their inventory, nor will they pay back 100% of their investment. This would not have been a big deal but no notice was given prior to the dissolution of the policy and they emailed us at the end of the business day. Now, hundreds if not thousands of retailers who were already in the process of leaving the company are stuck with inventory that they cant send back because they did not only revert to the old policy, but made changes, which goes against their own policy to begin with!!! If this company doesnt go bankrupt in the next year, Ill be amazed. If you want more info, and real stories from real retailers about this sinking ship, check out MommyGyvers blog. No one there holds back and she tells the real story, our story.

    Advice to Management

    Get a good legal team together because I smell class action lawsuits headed your way. It wasnt hard to do the right thing but all you folks see is dollar signs. You dont actually seem to care about what your terrible business practices do to us down here actually pushing your products.


  5. Helpful (7)

    You will go broke if you cant be online 24/7

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    • Work/Life Balance

    • Culture & Values

    • Career Opportunities

    • Comp & Benefits

    • Senior Management

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Lularoe full-time

    Pros

    Meet new people
    Gaining some marketing skills
    Work from home

    Cons

    This is the worst opportunity ever! You spend so much money and time into it. You cant take a mental brake at all starting out. There are other consultants that can take your customers because you took time off for family emergencies and you lose customers because litterly thousands of consultants, dont have a life and use their husbands money to keep buying inventory. Yes, there are millions of women who buy but I promise you, each one of them are part of a lot groups. Its hard to even pay bills now because I have so much invested into it and I still have inventory but no one wants to buy because I dont have new inventory. They created a monster unicorn craze. You can hustle all you want to get back into the groove but if you have consultants who have 5,000+ in their inventory because they make over 25,000+ in just bonuses to purchase it. This company needs the government to investigate them ASAP!!!

    Advice to Management

    If you truly feel you are blessing people, you are straight up evil


  6. Helpful (9)

    A lot of work with little reward

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    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Lularoe part-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    You get first dibs on the new inventory. You meet a lot of really nice women (customers).

    Cons

    There is no way to do this part time. I tried. Taking photos alone, uploading and deleting albums, answering questions, shipping, it all takes hours and hours. If you have no life and just want to work work work this is for you. You will receive 90% ugly prints no one wants and 10% cute prints that will sell instantly. I gave more clothes away than I actually sold trying to keep people in my group interested. My market was saturated and I had no idea when I signed up. Everyone you want to book a party with already knows so and so and has to have a party with them. Id sell a couple pairs of leggings over the weekend and have to damage them out the following week for holes. My so called team lived mostly in another state. I was supposed to have a call with them once a week. I think it happened 1 time. They werent very helpful. Just want you to order order order so they can make their cut. Everything is rainbows and sunshine before you join. Then they have your money and send you to the wolves. No one told me they were 2 weeks behind in shipments when I joined. Whenever a capsule is released its impossible to get logged into the website because you are competing against thousands of other consultants. The consultants in my area for the most part were not nice to each other. They want you to help each other but really its all competition. They like to say everyone has different stuff but lots of girls in my area had the same ugly prints. Dont walk, RUN from this company.

    Advice to Management

    Management doesnt listen. No need to waste my time. (I love how you sent the free Birthday leggings to consultants who had already quit. Way to go!)


  7. Helpful (9)

    Dont JUST DONT

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    • Work/Life Balance

    • Culture & Values

    • Career Opportunities

    • Comp & Benefits

    • Senior Management

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Lularoe full-time

    Pros

    Its nice to make other women feel good

    Cons

    Literally every second you have needs to be dedicated to it.
    No one is as  supportive  as they claim ( trust me )
    Every time you order your taking a chance of getting things that WILL NEVER SALE!!!
    Trust me when I say THEY ARE WRONG!!! EVERYTHING DOES NOT SALE!!!

    Advice to Management

    When I first started with LLR it was great!! Fun and everything in between, then came my box of nothing but defects and HIDEOUS prints, sat on it for two months, never sold. I got another box that was missing half of what I ordered, never resolved. HO is a joke, Ive literally had a representative tell me that certain rules only apply to certain people. Quality of the clothes has become awful, NEVER speak a bad word though!!! Because then your upline will talk to you like you are two and tell you any of your issues you have is because of your own doing. Im literally walking away from LLR in debt, I DO NOT RECOMMEND THEM AT ALL!!! The  culture  they speak of is more of a  do what I say or you are just a terrible person 


  8. Helpful (15)

    Fashion Consultant

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    • Work/Life Balance

    • Culture & Values

    • Career Opportunities

    • Comp & Benefits

    • Senior Management

    Current Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Current Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Lularoe part-time

    Pros

    I love the clothes and was an avid customer for 3 years before onboarding.

    The fashion consultant/stylist role is fun and creative, its been very interesting to learn how to use social media for marketing

    My sponsor and team are amazing, positive and supportive.

    The styles are size inclusive, comfortable and on trend, for the most part the clothes are easy to sell in a belly to belly scenario.

    Its been a rewarding journey for me in terms of character building and connecting and reconnecting with people and looking for opportunities to get outside of my head and find ways to bless and serve others

    I do believe that if you work it and hustle, its a profitable business. But its a LOT of hustle and the dream of setting your own hours and spending more time with your family is just that. But selling clothes full time for a living, aint nothing wrong with that!

    Cons

    Where to start…if I had any idea how Home Office and the CEOs of the company operated, its very likely I would have never onboarded. (I had no idea who the Steadmans were, my decision was based on experiences with amazing consultants, including my sponsor. Again, I am blessed that my team is so wonderful.)

    Communication form HO to the retailers is HORRIBLE, actually cringe worthy–unprofessional, unstructured and confusing. NO ONE, including leaders, understands new policies, launches, etc after announcements HO webinar or initial announcements. This results in retractions, clarifications, more email, announcements etc. which usually contradict the initial announcement, causing more confusion and eventually distrust. They need a professional communications director to organize information in a clear and concise manner and a media coach to help them relay messages effectively when live –also if I hear or read awesome epic rad or yay one more time I may barf. Please talk to us as if we were adults, not preteens from an 80s Disney sitcom. Also, so over the crocodile tears. Totally disingenuous.

    One month we are nagged to cruise qualify, the cruise is so rad. epic and awesome and its not that hard all you have to do is sell 12 items a day, not including leggings. The next we are told there ain t no shame to earn as much money as we want, even if its not enough to cruise quality. Obviously the results of backlash from the pressure to cruise qualify. Honestly, Id have more respect if got their story straight and stuck to it.

    The market is OVERSATURATED. You cant swing a dead cat without hitting a LLR consultant. New consultants are onboarded daily at breakneck speed. I have customers who became consultant who are now going after people in my VIP group. Its fashion consultant eat fashion consultant out there. So much for wanting us to succeed, the goal is to obviously make hay while the sun shines. Consultants are encouraged to engage in spammy practices to get new customers which frankly makes the entire company look bad. I no longer listen to advice from LLR on how to run my social media account, luckily there are a lot of DS support groups out there who know how to play the long game.

    When the prints are good, they are very very good, but when they bad they are horrible. And of course those are the prints we get duplicate of. Everything does not sell, quit saying that it does or telling us we are stale. It cant be that difficult to tell if something is ugly AF.

    Constant encouragement/nagging to inventory load as the only way to succeed. We are also not given more than a few hours notice (if that) of much anticipated capsule releases. Obviously this is done so consultants wont hoard funds for these launches rather than following the direction to order twice a week, 30 pieces minimum.

    Due to an allegedly resolved issue with the previous POS provider, HO currently does not accept credit cards from standing consultants for new inventory and we do not have an ETA if they ever will again (Onboarding consultants can use credit cards, HO isnt that crazy.) Its the LLR debit card or business bank account only. Good luck transferring funds when you were given less than 6 hour notice that the Disney line is launching.

    The company grew too fast and seems incapable or unwilling to upgrade technology. The call center technology is ancient and the reps who answer the phone are overwhelmed. The Build site always has glitches during a launch. Granted its not realistic to expect any site to handle tens of thousands of consultants madly logging in at the same time to place an order, but there also doesnt seem to be any lessons learned from the previous experience, plus there appears to be major errors in how the inventory is loaded for purchase. Its time to invest in some state of the art equipment and professionally trained support.

    Advice to Management

    I dont care if you love me, you have no idea who I am so quit saying that you do. I expect the same thing you preach to us all: run your business like a business. Theres a big difference between a few hundred consultants and over 80,000 in 4 years and you MUST regroup and learn from your growing pains or you will self implode. You have a good thing going on here. Come up with a long term business plan and stick with it. Stop adding a gazillion consultants a week and work on successfully supporting the ones you have. Spend some money on state of the art tech support. Take ownership and fix your problems to become the awesome, epic, rad company you can be. Yay! (see how annoying that is?) I want to sell LuLaRoe for the rest of my life, please dont mess this up for me!

  9. Helpful (28)

    One of the worst decisions I ever made

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    • Work/Life Balance

    • Culture & Values

    • Career Opportunities

    • Comp & Benefits

    • Senior Management

    Current Employee – Fashion Consultant in New York, NY

    Current Employee – Fashion Consultant in New York, NY

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Lularoe part-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Wholesale prices on clothing and you get to meet some really nice ladies and build relationships with your customers. Those are the only pros I can think of.

    Cons

    Quality of clothing has declined drastically in the last several months and especially since being outsourced to other countries. TONS of holes in leggings, especially from Vietnam and anything but buttery soft leggings coming from China. Although they totally deny both of these issues.

    They have been making completely hideous styles that NO ONE wants and you see the same prints no matter what multi consultant sale you look at or individual consultant. The same, ugly, uninspired pattern every where you look.

    In addition to the hideous prints they have drastically reduced the number of solid colored shirts and leggings. Yes, patterned leggings do sell better but colors like Black, Navy Blue, Hunter Green, Burgundy do too. Enough of the horrible mint, flesh, coral and teal colors that no one buys! And seriously, can we get some solid colored shirt to at least make some outfits to try to unload the ugly leggings? And they claim everything sells. No everything doesnt sell. Ive had some of the same leggings for a year now.

    They change the rules constantly and its next to impossible to keep up. The rules always seem to benefit management and not the consultants. And when consultants complain they are looked upon as negative and playing the victim card. No, some of us are realists and think you people are morons!

    They claim that consultants are their own bosses and own their own businesses. Hardly! We are severely limited on what we can and cant do and trying to keep up with the changes is next to impossible.

    The amount of time required to take pictures, post, answer inquiries, pack and unpack at vendor events and in-home pop ups and time spent while there and packing and shipping items amount to far less than minimum wage if you do the math. Seriously, the amount of time needed to be successful in LLR is DAUNTING. Those that work full time jobs in addition to LLR are walking zombies. I know several.

    You are expected to give away a lot of inventory to bless others and introduce people the brand. All people want is free stuff and the only ones making the money are the owners of the company!

    There are far too many consultants and the market is over-saturated. The only ones making the big money are the ones who have been doing this for a while and have a team under them just like any other multi level/pyramid. I think the lower level consultants COULD make decent money if the company would stop designing and sending so many ugly prints.

    And speaking of prints….lets not forget the unicorn. The unicorn is killing good consultants. Its so tough to spend $1,500-$,2000 on an order only to receive a handful of unicorns or highly sought after prints. It is commonplace for a consultant to have their weekly pop up and sell 5-10 items and have a couple pairs of leggings that have a dozen people who want them but none of the other hundreds of items posted. Then you always get, when is your next order coming? If a consultant is consistently spending $1,000 to $2,000 on decent sized orders and only selling a couple hundred dollars in product they wont be in business long.

    The business has so much potential but unfortunately its clouded by greed, poor decisions and hideous product that consultants get stuck with and try to unload. Bring back the successful prints and amp up the blacks and other decent solid colors so that your consultants have a fighting chance! Look at Facebook and type in LuLaRoe going out of business. The number of hits you get of ladies going out of business will blow your mind! And I cant believe that all had the victim mentality or didnt work hard enough.

    Advice to Management

    Listen to your consultants! Put out better quality, more attractive products. Stop on-boarding for a while-that would show your dedication to your current consultants. Stop focusing on putting together a cruise every couple of months and work on all of your issues. I fear for the future of this company given the path it has followed so far.


  10. Helpful (17)

    Stay away. Far, far away.

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    • Senior Management

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee

    Doesn’t Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Lularoe full-time

    Pros

    Some cute clothes that actually held up, met people who were really nice.

    Cons

    Quality of clothing went downhill fast. Got way too many hideous prints nobody wanted. Ended up doing several returns and noticed many pieces I received had holes, even the replacements, and was expected to pretend not to notice and sell them as is when I asked my consultant about it. The company does not care that youre trying everything you can to sell an outfit that not even the most LSD brain fried middle school art teacher would touch. Everyone loving this company and feeling hashtag blessed sounds like a g-damn Stepford wife, spouting the same message over and over. The clothes are crappy, the die hard enthusiasts excuses that apparently no one knows how to put on pants is insulting, and the whole sales tax fraud issie hapoening tells you exactly how this company is. They only care about money, and not what quality the product they put out.

    Advice to Management

    Either bring back the better quality clothes you had, have better customer service, stop making everyone repeat the same robotic speil, let your employess express the negative without tut-tuting, and admit your clothes arent spun gold we all should be bowing down to and thanking God himself that theyre adorning outlr bodies. Or, you know. Stop production. Shut it down. Stop messing with people into thinking theyre changing lives by selling ugly prints I wouldnt use to clean a cat litter pan. No one feels empowere selling your clothes. We feel poor.


  11. Helpful (12)

    Cant get my refund

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    Current Employee – Consultant

    Current Employee – Consultant

    Doesn’t Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Lularoe part-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    none, wouldnt recommend. Think twice before starting this business. They dont have their act together behind the scenes.

    Cons

    sent my inventory back on dec 5. still have not received my money back, upwards of $5,000. No one will help me, so frustrating. Think twice before selling LuLaRoe.

    Advice to Management

    refund $ in a timely manner


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