I’m a LuLaRoe consultant, so I’m clearly biased, but aside from my LuLaRoe, I do still own a lot of other brands of clothing, and the fact that I often reach for my LuLaRoe pieces in my closet says a lot about their comfort. Also, I love that I never have to iron any of them, but who am I kidding? Even if there was something that needed ironing, it would be Pritom who helps me do it. I know I’m super lucky. He really is an amazing husband, so I should say that wearing my LuLaRoe pieces really helps to thin out his to-be-ironed pile.

My favorite skirt from LuLaRoe (apart from the Madison with its ever-so-versatile pockets) is, without a doubt, the Lola. I love the midi length and of course the two layers of fabric – the inner, opaque lining being a few inches shorter than the outer, sheer overlay – which is right up my alley because I’m all about dimension and textures in my style. In the summer, I love wearing my crop and tank tops with this skirt, but for work and on cooler days, one of my favorite ways of wearing it is with a LuLaRoe Julia dress. Yes, I love just showcasing the top of the Julia because it’s fitted and covering the bottom half with the Lola to create a sort of ballerina effect. I think it’s such a romantic look!

If you own a LuLaRoe Lola or any midi skirt for that matter, feel free to share how you wear yours!


| Dress: LuLaRoe (other prints) | Skirt: LuLaRoe (other prints) | Earrings: Chloe+Isabel by WanYung | Bag: Kate Spade (similar) | Shoes: Schutz (similar) |