Thursday, April 28, 2016

LuLaRoe... So Much More Than Just Leggings!! {Review}


It's no big secret that I'm slightly addicted to LuLaRoe leggings. I mean, there's not a week that goes by without me posting #howiroe pics on Instagram. But honestly until a few weeks ago I hadn't tried anything other than their leggings. And shame on me for not trying other LuLaRoe styles sooner!

Luckily, when I agreed to work with Mindy and Kristen on a LuLaRoe feature a few weeks ago they not only offered a pair of leggings for me to give away on the blog but they also offered to send me a few different pieces to try out... And I am in love!


The first piece I'm going to tell you about is the Irma Tunic. I'm not going to lie, I was a little skeptical about this one from the get-go but after seeing so many people rock the Irma with their leggings I had to at least try it and see what all the fuss was about. Well, after trying my Irma on I'm definitely a believer!


The Irma is probably the most comfortable shirt that I've ever had on... Which is why it's the perfect top to pair with their buttery soft leggings. Now that warmer weather is upon us I'm not sure how much use I'll get out of it until the fall but I can guarantee you that I'm going to live in Irma's during the cold weather months.

(Don't mind the cat LOL)

What I love most about the Irma is the versatility. You can wear it larger for a more laid back look or size down for a more put together look. Add in the fact that it's available in so many different prints (and solids) and you can wear it with pretty much anything.


Next up is the Cassie skirt. Again, I wasn't totally sold on the skirt until I actually put one on and again... I am in love! Pencil skirts have never really been my thing, especially as a stay home mom, but the Cassie skirt is nothing like the dressier pencil skirts that I've seen over the years. First of all, it's super comfortable... Not too tight that I feel like I have to walk with my legs clenched together but not as loose and laid back as a maxi skirt.


The Cassie is definitely something that stay home moms can work into their wardrobe, as well as working moms, grandma's, teens, etc... And I cannot wait to see all the different ways that I can dress it up or down. The first time I wore it I went with a more put together look with a semi-dressy tank top, ankle boots, and a jean jacket but I know it's gonna look great with a tank top and flip flops too... Or maybe even an Irma?!


The last piece I tried was the Nicole dress and it has easily become a favorite of mine. You won't usually find me in a dress, maybe at a wedding or other dressier function, but they're not something that I usually consider a staple in my wardrobe... But the Nicole? I can totally see me wearing this dress multiple times a week. I't so cute and so comfortable and I'm already salivating to add more prints to my ever-growing collection.


The fit of the Nicole is what really sold me. It's form-fitting at the top but has a super cute flared skirt which works great to hide the love handles, muffin tops, mom hips, and every other imperfection women tend to have. Plus, it's super fun to twirl around in it just like I did in my dresses when I was a little girl. Okay, so maybe it's the nostalgia that makes me love it so much but still... It's definitely a must have in my opinion!

Don't get me wrong, LuLaRoe leggings are still my absolute favorite but I'm so glad that I finally decided to jump on the "LuLaRoe is more than just leggings" bandwagon! I can't believe the versatility that I was missing out on... And anything that makes me look like I actually "tried" to look nice without actually "trying"? Yeah, I'm sold!

Wanna get in touch with Mindy and Kristen to try LuLaRoe on for yourself? You can join their group on Facebook, follow them on Instagram, and give them a shout out on Twitter. And make sure you consider hosting a pop up boutique with them too because you know what's better than LuLaRoe?! FREE LuLaRoe! LOL :)

Disclosure: I was provided with the product(s) mentioned above in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. No other compensation was received for this post.

1 comments:

Carole Wooten said...

I do like the dress which is strange because I never wear dresses. These do look like great pieces. Thanks for sharing!

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