If you’ve purchased a defective pair of LuLaRoe leggings — maybe they ripped on the second wear or had one leg longer than the other — you can apply for a refund. The company’s Make Good program, launched in April, covers leggings purchased from Jan. 1, 2016, to April 24, 2017, and you must file a claim by July 31 at LuLaRoe.com. You also have to return the defective items to the retailer who sold them to you. Also, check your receipt — if you were taxed for the purchase but live in a state that doesn’t tax clothing items, you may be entitled to a refund, which could be “a product replacement, a LuLaRoe gift card, or a refund for the original purchase price if the product purchased contained a defect in materials or workmanship,” says LuLaRoe. — More Content Now