Accessorizing Your LuLaRoe
Keep getting invites to LuLaRoe parties on Facebook? Friends hosting parties in their homes? There are definitely a lot of options to check out LLR clothing!
If you haven't heard of LuLaRoe, they are a clothing company that's motto is "simply comfortable" and that's exactly what their clothing is... comfortable. You most likely know them for their buttery soft leggings, but they also sell shirts, dresses, skirts, cover ups, etc. Unlike your big box stores like Target, Macys, Nordstroms, these items typically aren't tried on before purchasing (unless you go to an in home pop up) since you're typically participating in the party on Facebook or through a live video stream. You are shopping from the comfort of your own home, while at a kids soccer game, wherever you have your phone and access to Facebook you can shop. You may actually go to an in home party, but my guess is the majority of things you're seeing have been on Facebook.
My first encounter with LLR was when my neighbor was headed to a consultants house to check out her merchandise. I had seen all kinds of information on Facebook for these parties, but wasn't really sure how the clothing would fit or if I would like it. I also am totally a bargain shopper, so I wasn't sure how I felt about the prices. Although I was skeptical, my first experience got me hooked on those buttery soft leggings and I ended up walking away with my first pair of red leggings.
Those leggings turned out to be the perfect pair of leggings for Ohio State Football games and they seemed to "grow" with me as I was drinking beer or eating pizza while watching the game. Since then I have purchased different items from multiple consultants, one in particular is Staci Ernsberger. She got me hooked on the dresses that LLR sells because they are completely work appropriate, have POCKETS, and have some great patterns. Plus, the Amelia (they call all of their different products by names) seems to hit me at the perfect spot before my pooch (or wine belly as I would like to call it).
Since attending online parties, in home parties and fundraisers, I wanted to show how I have paired some of my Miss Em's jewelry with dresses that Stacie currently has available. It might give you some inspiration for items you already have in your closet, or maybe you'll be so intrigued to purchase your own LLR dress! I personally have some Julia's, Amelia's and some Madison's (these are skirts) and can tell you that I love them. The great thing about these piecse are that you can totally dress them up or down, depending on what your plans are. Take a look and let me know your favorite look!
LuLaRoe Nicole dress with Miss Em's Jewelry
LuLaRoe Carly with Miss Em's Jewelry
LuLaRoe Carly with Miss Em's jewelry
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