LuLaRoe Fall Styling: The Lucy
Time for the next Fall styling post for my LuLaRoe pieces! I’m styling another skirt this week, and it’s another new style for me. The Lucy is basically the same style as the Lola except this one comes to full length. I actually totally lucked out and got to snag this beauty on sale but this skirt normally retails for $52. If you’ve never heard of LuLaRoe you can read a little more about it in my original post here.
For reference I’m wearing an XXS and am about 5’2” and wear a size 00/0. I was nervous this full length skirt would be too long! But as you can see in the photo that is not the case. I usually wear this at my natural waist or right under the bust. But, I can totally wear flats and get away with this skirt which is great for work. Here I have it paired with a lavender short sleeved blouse that I love, but can’t remember where I bought it from! To dress it up even more, I paired this with a pair of classic black heels and a chunky necklace that has tons of sparkle. If I would have worn the skirt more at my natural waist, the skirt would have hit lower on my leg.
The casual styling of this outfit might be my new fav. I’m gonna need to plan like an anniversary Fall photography session or something because I am obsessed. I thought the black lace might lend itself to just be a more formal piece but I am loving this look! This time I paired the skirt with a light wash chambray shirt from J Crew Factory and a brown pair of cowgirl boots I’ve had for years. I kept the accessories super simple- a drop necklace and stud earrings (both cubic zirconia ha). Even without a heel, the skirt doesn’t drag on the floor when I wear this skirt at my natural waistline. I will say that I do have long legs for my height. But with this skirt it truly does depend on where you wear it.
I surprised myself with how much I loved this piece! The length was a real concern of mine since I am so petite. I was shocked I didn’t need to alter it at all. I would like to grab more of them! But I’ve been having a hard time finding another one that I know I’ll get use out of. One of my biggest complaints with LuLaRoe- you always have to be on the hunt for a pattern that fits your style in your size!