Short answer – as much time as you decide you want to put into it. Long answer – it depends on your goals. If you want this to replace a full time income, then you will likely want to treat it as a full time job. If you want some fun money, you can do it part time. It’s all up to you. If you want to sell LuLaRoe part time, I would say you can expect to spend 10-20 hours a week.
That’s entirely up to you! I know many who have used savings, tax returns, 0% for 12 month credit cards, or borrowed from family. Funding your business is personal to you. What are you most comfortable with? What is right for you and your family? It’s also important to come up with a plan to pay back that investment.
Your initial investment in the clothing will be between $5,000 and $6,000. This is all for clothing that you will be selling – there is no fee to join. There are other costs to consider as well – shipping supplies if you plan to sell online, clothing racks for storage, and business cards. There are a lot of little things that add up quick, so it’s important to be smart about your purchases and to have a plan. You can see a few more details on my Cost page.
The great thing about LuLaRoe is that they make sizes for pretty much every shape and size! See the chart below.
|Tween Kids||kids size 8-14 & Adults 00-0|
|One Size||size 0-12|
|Tall & Curvy||size 10-20|