LuLaRoe Fall Styling: The Lola
These styling posts are some of my most popular so I decided to bring them back one last time! Since I’ve done a Spring and Winter one before, this will be final one. I wanted to take some of my pieces and style them for Fall. I’ve
gotten a few new ones over the summer and wanted to show you how I plan to transition them for cooler weather! If you’ve never heard of LuLaRoe you can read a little more about it in my original post here.
First up this season is my Lola. Lola has an elastic waistband, an underlayment of fabric and an overlay. The overlay is usually lace or chiffon and comes in both prints and solids. I have a solid cobalt blue one with a solid black waistband. For reference, I wear an XXS and am 5’2” and usually wear a 00/0. The Lola hits me basically right at the knee when I wear it at my natural waistline. I can style it more casually with a Gracie (also a LuLaRoe style, but it’s basically a T shirt) and some black ankle boots. I gathered the extra fabric from the shirt to one side and then looped it into a knot to get this look. A pre-knotted tee could do the trick too. I don’t style this skirt casually very often but I have to say I love this look!
Obviously you can dress up the Lola too, and this is definitely the way I wear this skirt most often. I get compliments almost every time I wear this skirt at work! Usually I find a neutral color blouse and tuck it into the skirt. Here I used a chiffon tank I picked up at Nordstrom. But I’ve used all kinds of sleeve lengths with this skirt and they all look great. Usually I do wear flats to work but I went even dressier with this look and wore beige heels and a black blazer. I also added a chunky necklace that has hints of blue in it to tie into the skirt. You could also add a thick belt with this skirt to cover up the waistband and adjust the color there. Like if I wanted a white waistband instead of the black.
Overall, I really love the Lola. The elastic waistband instantly gives you that fit and flare look which is flattering on so many different body types. It’s a more classic style that will always be a good closet staple. Oh and no I am not a consultant or anything like that. I was just curious about the brand and their pieces and realized there were very few examples of what they look like on petite women.
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