Hi ladies! Today I’m sharing a fabulous dress for all women, teachers, mamas, professionals… you don’t want to miss this post! Not sure how many of you have heard of LuLaRoe, I’ve posted about it a couple of times here and here, but today I’m styling a gorgeous style of dress called The Julia and I’m sharing 3 ways to style this LuLaRoe dress.
This dress offers so many amazing qualities. It’s long, for those who wish to dress a bit more modest, but can be pulled up a bit to show some skin too. It hugs in all the right places. I also ADORE the sleeves. They make this dress in a jersey top pattern, and I seriously need one so bad! Lastly, the material is super soft. It’s stretchy, airy, and so thin for summer. I love layering with this dress too! Be sure to check out the three ways to style LuLaRoe below!
Style 1: Layered & Pulled Up
Wear a Julia with a vest, or jacket! This dress looks darling layered. You can try it out with a utility vest, or denim vest like the one I wore above. I also styled mine with a jean jacket when I went for a walk on the pier last week; it was super windy.
Check out the picture that shows all three of the styles again above… You’ll notice this dress is pulled up and folded under near my mid-section to hide some fabric and make it a little shorter.
Style 2: With sandals, a bold lip, and pulled down
I chose to have the Julia be a normal length for this outfit because I wore Grace for a majority of the day… I love dresses that are longer for babywearing, because I don’t have to worry about my business hanging out!
It’s no secret that I’m a self-proclaimed hat lady. I love a good hat with any outfit, pretty much, but this felt hat with my patterned Julia dress is just a home run in my book! No brainer; an easy, stylish, mom-friendly outfit.
I'm Larissa. A mama to daughters and wife to my college sweetheart. I am passionate about sustainable fashion, plant-based recipes, and Charlotte Mason home education. I also love being outdoors with my family. You can usually find me sporting a wide-brimmed hat, with a baby on my back.