Category: Contests

ContestsCustomer of the Year!

We are so excited to announce the Customer of the Year contest! Here at Lulus, our favorite thing is our amazing customers and fans. We’d like to celebrate that and give a special thanks by giving away a $500 shopping spree!!! It is super easy to enter! Here are the details:

How to Enter:
-Write a creative love letter to Lulus. Make it look pretty for bonus points :)
-Send it to us at:
      195B Humboldt Ave.
      Chico, CA 95928

-Your letters must be postmarked no later than January 1st

-A $500 shopping spree!!!

The winner will be announced on January 5th. Good luck to everyone!!! We appreciate EVERY one of you and can’t wait to award the prize.

ContestsWinner of the Style Lulus Makeup Artist Wedding Video Contest!

You had some great entries, and we loved seeing all the great styleboards! In the end, Nyala chose TWO lucky winners of the contest to style her wedding video! Here are the outfits that won $100. Congratulations to you both!

Outfit #1: Styled by Kristie S.

Outfit #2: Styled by
Rifat K.


ContestsStyle Lulus Makeup Artist’s Wedding Video!

The Story:
Our makeup artist, Nyala, is getting married on June 6th! She and her fiance, Omar, will be shooting a music video to show at the wedding. They will be filming it in New York on December 12th at Times Square, Rockefeller Center, ice skating, and other locations. The song that will be playing is “I’d Rather Be With You” by Joshua Radin. The videographer, Alex, from Whiterose Production is a driven technical creative master at his work. Check out his style and work

How to Enter:
-Choose 2 Lulus outfits for Nyala to wear in the video. This will include clothes, accessories, jewelry, and shoes.
-Become a fan on our page.
-Put your outfits on a style board on Kaboodle. (You can also edit the items in a collage yourself, on Photobucket, etc.)
-Leave a comment on this blog post, or our Facebook or Twitter page with a link to your styleboard or collage.


$100 Gift Card
Your styles will be shown in the video!

Entries must be received by midnight PST on Tuesday Dec 8th.


-Some stats about Nyala: 5’3, 100lbs,  size 8 shoes
-Make the outfits warm, since it will be filmed in December

Good luck!

ContestsMy Thanksgiving List Winner!

We have the winner and runners-up for the My Thanksgiving List contest!

The $300 winner is Laura! She had a great entry and also does wonderful work that helps children. Lulus loves to see people giving back to the community. Keep it up Laura!

Here is her entry:

“I’m thankful for my education; my big, beautiful family and their never-ending love and support; having a great job that I love where I have the chance to make a difference in children’s lives; a roof over my head; my best friend :); the health of my grandparents; being able to laugh at myself; the wonderful memories I have to look back on; and last but not least, the opportunity to be able to travel and explore the beautiful world on which we live.”

And here are the runner-ups! They will each get a $50 gift card:



Congrats to all of you!


Recently, on, we have been hosting a contest with the band NEEDTOBREATHE. Here is a short interview I did with the lead singer of the band.

How did you first come to play music? Did you grow up with it or find a love of it on your own?

I got involved in music at an early age. I think my parents recognized that I had a natural talent for it, so my mother got me started early with piano lessons and children’s choir. I finally got my first drum kit when I was twelve. I was hooked after that.

What are some of your biggest musical influences? Who did you grow up listening to, and whom do you consider a musical role model?
When I was little, I was a huge fan of Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the U.S.A.” record. It made me want to play saxophone.  I got into a lot of the early 90’s alternative stuff right as I started playing drums, so I was all about Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains. My favorite band of all time is a band from South Carolina called Jump, Little Children. They aren’t together anymore, but I followed their entire career since I was fifteen. They had a huge impact on how I think about songs and harmonies.

Who do you listen to now?

I listen to whatever I can get my hands on. The new Band of Skulls record is great. The Alternate Routes are great, too. They came out with us for a few shows last month.
You guys just came back from touring, I believe, do you enjoy touring besides how exhausting it is?

I love touring. It does tend to wear you down after a while, but, for me, touring is the ultimate goal of what we do as a band. I love working in the studio and developing new stuff, but the best part of being in a band is getting in front of a crowd and really connecting with people.  
What is your favorite part in the process of making an album, writing the songs, practices, recording, filming the music video, touring? What is the most rewarding?

I think recording and touring are rewarding in different ways. Like I said before, I love the personal interaction we get with the audience when we’re out playing shows. But I think the albums themselves can be more rewarding for the fans. That’s how they really spend the most time with our music and make connections with our songs.
And lastly I know that you probably don’t have a second of free time on tour but what are some of your favorite places that you have been to on tour?

There are a few cities that stand out for me. I’m a huge fan of San Diego, Chicago, Boston and Portland. And we loved Charleston so much we decided to move down here. I think Charleston is the best city in the south.
Do you have a favorite gig/concert that you’ve done so far?

On our last tour we played our old hometown, Greenville, SC. We played a club where I saw Jump, Little Children for the first time and a ton of other bands while I was growing up. We sold out an entire weekend, Friday through Sunday, and the atmosphere was amazing! Those have been my favorite shows, so far.

Check out the contest!