Lularoe has been showing up in my Facebook feed here and there for the past couple years or so, but I had largely been ignoring it. I assumed that it wasn’t my style, it was just wacky printed leggings, and I had enough leggings.
Recently, my friend Annabelle became a Lularoe consultant, and I like Annabelle, and her goal is to support Garden Center Services through her sales, which is a pretty worthy endeavor. So I gave Lularoe an honest look.
Turns out, Lularoe is way more than just leggings. Although the leggings are pretty amazing, I will admit. But so are the dresses and skirts and tops and … and I drank the Kool-aid, you guys. The clothes are pretty darn comfortable, and everything is stretchy, so you can fit into multiple sizes. While there are a lot of prints/styles that aren’t for me, I’ve definitely been finding some that do work for me.
Anyway. That’s a long way to introduce this outfit, which includes one of my first Lularoe purchases – a Madison skirt in mustard yellow.
THIS SKIRT HAS POCKETS, Y’ALL.
I really don’t understand why clothing designers don’t realize putting pockets on a women’s garment of clothing = we love it more than if it didn’t have pockets, and why they don’t just put pockets on EVERYTHING.
Anyway, the skirt is the Madison style from Lularoe, and a size medium fits me well. It’s knit and stretchy with an elastic waist, no zippers or buttons, and did I mention it has pockets?
The sweater, which I also love, is by Octavia via LeTote. I really wanted to keep it, but sent it back. I’ll likely add it a future tote, because it’s cute and fits well.
The bracelet is by Gorjana via LeTote.
The booties are from Old Navy and very old. Similar.
Have you checked out Lularoe? What do you think?
Pockets on dresses and skirts – great or greatest thing ever? At least, in regards to garment innovation.
If you’re local to Chicago, I’m hosting a combined Clothing Swap Party & Lularoe Pop-Up Shop at Annabelle’s (storefront by appointment only) shop later this month. Comment if you’d like to join!