Let’s Go Shopping with LuLaRoe and Tiffany Coley #FashionFriday

LuLuRoe Party

Last night I had a much needed Girls Night Out. A friend of mine hosted a LuLaRoe Pop-Up Shop, so not only did we get to hang out with friends sans kids but we also got to shop for new clothes. WIN WIN!

LuLaRoe is a women’s fashion brand that offers tunics, leggings, skirts and dresses for woman (and a few pieces for little girls.) They sell mainly through in-home parties, with the best part being you take it home off the rack. No waiting for special orders.

Your sales person  sets up shop in a room in your home and everyone can come and go at their own pace. My friend had a space set up in her basement with mirrors for us to try stuff on.

LuLuRoe Party

LulaRoe seem to be most known for their tunics and leggings. The tunics are great because they cover your (ahem) assets. We all know how up in arms people get leggings don’t cover your rear. The leggings are ridiculously soft, although I didn’t buy a pair as they come in some really funky patterns that I can’t quite pull off.

Speaking of patterns, I love this pattern on Amy from Somebody’s Parents’ tunic and the Randy Tee on our hostess.

LuLaRoe Tops

I ended up purchasing the awesome Amelia dress, which has super cute pleats and POCKETS! This little black dress is going to get a lot of wear this year. I am envisioning a chunky belt or a fun statement necklace.

Amelia dress luluroe

I also bought a super cute maxi skirt that will be just perfect with flip flops and tank top come summertime.

Wondering about the prices? My dress was $55 and the skirt was $35. Tunics run around $30 and the leggings are $25. Totally affordable!

We also were lucky enough to get to shop Tiffany Coley Artisan Jewelry too. Tiffany is a personal friend of mine and I am in total awe of her talent and creativity. She makes handcrafted artisan jewelry from metal and she’s mostly self-taught! The jewelry in the Amelia Dress photo above is hers too.

Be sure and check out her Etsy shop!

Tiffany Coley Artisan Jewelry

 

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