Lularoe unveils more disney prints at d23 expo
Posted July 18
Updated July 21
Big news for Disney fans: LuLaRoe is upping the ante on their exciting collection of Disney-themed apparel! From leggings to dresses to kids’ clothing, everyone’s favorite line of comfy-chic clothing is bringing all your favorite characters to the party.
The partnership between Disney and LuLaRoe was first announced back in May. The initial offerings featured lots of Minnie and Mickey Mouse, as well as Princess Aurora of “Sleeping Beauty” and Thumper from “Bambi.”
Soon though, LuLaRoe is going to be rolling out many more options, and they offered devotees a preview at the D23 Expo over the weekend. The expo is a twice-yearly convention intended to give Disney fans a sneak peek at Disney’s future endeavors, from movies to games to merchandise, and Mouseketeers of all ages were thrilled to see LuLaRoe is now featuring characters such as Captain Hook, Maleficent, Ariel, Buzz Lightyear, Bambi, Donald, Cruella De Vil, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and so many more.
Along with their trademark “buttery soft” leggings, LuLaRoe also has other Disney-themed apparel such as women’s tops and dresses, as well as children’s clothing.
In order to purchase LuLaRoe items, you have to find an independent fashion retailer near you. There is no clear date yet for when local retailers can expect to get the new Disney-themed apparel in stock, however, it is expected that many of these items will be available before fall 2017, particularly the Disney villain items. (Cruella De Vil leggings would be sooo perfect for trick-or-treating with the kids!)
The average cost of Lularoe leggings is around $25, but they can go as high as $60. While people love the fun patterns and the soft, silky feel of the leggings, LuLaRoe has come under fire in the past from women who complain that the items easily rip. However, LuLaRoe spokespeople have stated that fewer than 1 percent of merchandise shipped each month is damaged, which they say is below the industry average. (These numbers are based on the company's internal audit.)
So what do you think? Would you buy these Disney-themed LuLaRoe leggings, or are the patterns a little much for you?