What does a single mother of seven children do to make it all work? She believes in herself! This is the story of Lula Roe, a clothing company with modest fashion options founded by DeAnne Stidham. Her desired and ideal idea of balancing work and raising her children was doing it from home. Empowering herself with a push of someone else believing in her, she did it!--made her childhood dream come true of owning her own business along side her husband Mark. This is how Lula Roe was born. Sometimes, it takes another person to believe in you for that one little push into creating amazing things--like fashion pop-up boutique parties!
Lula Roe stands for the names of her first three grand-daughters. Can we please pause for a moment and give her some women power? The clothing have a demure feel with a pop of life in color. The cuts are comfortable with a touch of trend like the maxi dresses and midi skirts--which fashion still is resonating. The range of modest appeal go from separate pieces that cover the full arm to three-quarter length. Lula Roe also caters to children in cute modest floral maxi skirts, dresses and fun print leggings. But, these are not just any ordinary clothing, Lula Roe has a pro as its head designer, Patrick Winget, who also oversees production. His denim brand was sold in the best boutiques in the world and of course worn by celebrities, "made custom skinny jeans for each trimester of Heidi Klum's pregnancy with her first child and made Kim Kardashian a custom dress." So, yes, Lula Roe is quite serious but fun. So, where do the fashion parties come into play?
The way we shop is always in a constant change, but some business models keep proving to work decade after decade. Lula Roe calls it a movement, we call it brilliant! The movement believes in happy endings that include clothing, a good time and money by becoming a fashion consultant and throwing pop-up boutique shopping parties at home. Yes, this is our idea or personal attention, shopping and fun! Who knows, we might just give it a try and have our own little party...stay tuned! To learn more about Lula Roe and how to become a fashion consultant a.k.a fashion party host who makes money visit www.lularoe.com