Producing LuLaRoe

Making beautiful clothing, responsibly

LuLaRoe strives to continuously find ways to Bless Lives and Strengthen Families. Believe it or not, your favorite LuLaRoe piece has its own story. The production and development that goes into each style, print and design touches the hands of thousands of artists and craftsmen around the world. From Korea to Guatemala, to the US and Vietnam, together we are blessing the lives of over 100,000 families.

LuLaRoe Website

LuLaRoe takes pride in how and where their clothing is produced. From sourcing (recycled content) to global production sites (that are frequently visited), DeAnne and Mark along with LuLaRoe mentors, ensure LuLaRoe’s high quality standards are upheld safely.

Guatamala Site Visit
Guatamala Site Visit

There are 50 facilities manufacturing in the US – in California, Nevada, Arizona, and Mexico with an additional 100 factories that produce solely LuLaRoe in the rest of North America.

Drying the fabric
Drying the fabric

We also have 100 facilities in Asia dedicated to manufacturing LuLaRoe.

Printing the fabric
Printing the fabric

In total, there are 100,000 families around the globe employed to make our product – these sewers are all highly trained technicians and they make more than Walmart employees here in the US.

Each piece of LuLaRoe is hand sewn
Each piece of LuLaRoe is hand sewn

Ever day – 6 Semitrucks FULL of fabric go to our factories to make our fashions!

Truck filled with LuLaRoe
Truck filled with LuLaRoe

There are currently over 8 Million pieces of clothing in our Warehouses in California, ready to ship to consultants.

One of many LuLaRoe sites
One of many LuLaRoe sites

With quality assurance protocols in place, each piece of LuLaRoe is guaranteed to be amazing and up to our high standards.

Quality inspection
Quality inspection
Videos capturing the process

Here are some videos capturing how the clothing is made!

LuLaRoe’s buttery-soft fabric being manufactured from spools of yarn.

How Carly’s are cut before moving to the sewers.

Distribution center here in North America shipping clothing to the consultants around the clock.

Here is a video that was broadcast live on how they dye the fabric!

 

Upcycling textiles

LuLaRoe also works with a company called Recover.

“The Recover Upcycled Textile System regenerates cotton fiber from old clothing and cutting scraps. Recover cotton is produced using none of the water and toxic chemicals required for conventional cotton fiber.”

RecoverTex Website

How Recover Works
How Recover Works

Here is a video that shows how the Recover works.

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