One of the most challenging parts of being a LuLaRoe consultant is making sure you stand out amongst the rest. It’s true that LuLaRoe consultants don’t compete like other direct sales consultants do, mostly due to the fact that LLR only makes a small amount of each fabric print. This means each rep has her own inventory! Everyone isn’t fighting over selling the same 10, 20, or even 100 items!
Even though there’s no competition, it’s important to be memorable. Most of my friends join literally 100 LuLaRoe groups. How in the world are they going to remember you instead of the next rep? Hint: They’re not, unless you do something about it! I’ve teamed up with Serena McRae, a super awesome (and unique!) LuLaRoe consultant who was kind enough to share some awesome photo inspiration with us. Join her VIP group for even more ideas (and to shop, of course!)
Creative Ways to Photograph LuLaRoe for Consultants
Follow her on Instagram for more inspiration: @lularoeserenamcrae
Madison Skirt, Canon camera, The Arabian Nights
Nicole Dress, Bath & Body Works lotion, Alice In Wonderland
Serena does an amazing job telling a story with her photography. Pictured here: Irma Tunic, Mossimo bag, vintage Polaroid camera, hand-made hemp belt, and a Creek Street Troll from a little town in Alaska.
Serena says, “This style inspiration was for anyone intimidated by busy prints!” A Nicole dress, Mossimo Jean jacket, Mossimo boots, thrifted tin ear rings and leather belt, and a collection of works from Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Nicole dress, market bag, Nordstrom hat.
Irma Tunic paired with a Cassie pencil skirt. Miscellaneous notebooks.
Nicole dress with red Vans, World Market paper hat and an issue of Edible Baja Arizona.
Azure skirt, scarf, vintage Polaroid camera, hand-made hemp belt, and National Geographic: Wide Angle.
Leggings, handmade ear rings with LuLaRoe Serena McRae insignia and The Bee Book from Discovery Kingdom.
Madison skirt, fashion scarf, Classic Poetry, vintage necklace.
Maxi skirt, Mossimo Jean jacket, Nordstrom belt, necklace, Edible Baja Arizona.
Madison skirt, Lindsay kimono, Illustrated Fairy Tales.
Madison skirt, accessories, Aesop’s Fables
How do you like to style your LuLaRoe? Let me know in the comments!