bybmg: 2 Ways to Wear the LuLaRoe Shirley

2 Ways to Wear the LuLaRoe Shirley


Every year, LuLaRoe releases a few new piece at their convention. Last year was the Carly dress, and phew, if you don't own one or more of those, you should! This year, they released quite a few different styles, one being the Shirley! Shirley is a kimono-type piece. It's kind of like their Monroe (if you're familiar with that one), but it is longer, has no fringe, and has smaller sleeves. The Shirley also comes in small, medium, and large where the Monroe was just small and large.

There are endless ways to style the Shirley, and today I wanted to show you two! First up, is with the LuLaRoe Julia dress!

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Earrings: SugarFix
Necklace: Kendra Scott
Dress: LuLaRoe Julia (which I won from LuLaroe Amanda Lucero)
Kimono: LuLaRoe Shirley (purchased from LuLaRoe Tracy Vazquez)
Clutch: H&M (similar)
Bracelet: old
Sandals: Old Navy

Some people get nervous about the LuLaRoe Julia dress because it can be form-fitting. That can be true, but it really depends on the size you get. If you size up from your normal size, it can have a more loose look. I'm wearing a large here and I'm a medium in most things. I could definitely make an XL work, too. The Shirley adds a little coverage and dimension to the outfit. This outtfit is something that would be great for a date night or I would wear it to school (minus a few accessories).

The second look is a little more casual:

LuLaRoe Irma: old
Necklace: old (similar)
Clutch: H&M (similar)
Watch: Pebble
Bracelet: Noonday
Kimono: LuLaRoe Shirley (purchased from LuLaRoe Tracy Vazquez)
Jeans: thrifted Gap (similar)
Sandals: Old Navy

This outfit is cute and a step up from a t-shirt and jeans. Skinny jeans plus most any solid top would work so well with a Shirley. I went with a LuLaRoe Irma because it was black and comfy. I think you could go with a more form-fitting top if you wanted too. This outfit is something I would totally rock for a girls' night out. 

If you're wondering about pricing, the Shirley runs $48. I think that's pretty good for a cardigan/kimono. Of course it's not Target pricing, but you're 1) getting a beautiful print, 2) supporting a woman's dream with her business, and 3) the fit is so pretty! Give the Shirley a try and let me know if you do!

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