At some point over my Seattle trip last week, the heatwave that has kept our city captive all summer broke. By “city,” I mean all of us stay-at-home moms with small kids. And by “captive,” I mean stuck indoors trying to find things to do (at least in the A/C!), only leaving to jump in the pool for a couple hours. Within the past few days of us being home, it’s been refreshingly cooler. And all the pregnant mamas say, “Amen!”
It reminds me that fall is on the way, and it’s my favorite season. Both my guys have birthdays in September, and it’s possible that my yet-to-be-born baby will make his entrance in November. In addition: pumpkins, boots, crunchy leaves, Halloween, cozy sweaters, apples, and Thanksgiving. Finally, it’s every basic blogger’s dream with floppy hats and pumpkin spice lattes. (I subscribe to both, by the way.) What’s not to love?
Anyways, due to upcoming cool-weather fashion, today I’m sharing a fall outfit, as well as one of my latest obsessions: LuLaRoe. LuLaRoe everything.
Mamas, I probably can’t overemphasize how great this brand is. At first, I heard murmurings about it here and there. But after a friend’s party, and another working to become a consultant, it was time to maybe take a closer look.
Mind officially blown. Here’s a simple, modest clothing line from a family-owned company that sells through consultants. There are colors and patterns for almost everyone. Moreover, the brand has the most comfortable, yet stylish, clothes that look great on all different shapes and sizes. This one is the Julia dress, and guess what? It’s not maternity. But it fits great, is soft and comfortable, and I feel beautiful in it. Furthermore, there’s the wearability factor for after pregnancy. So it’s a winner in my book.
This dress was sent to me to try by the lovely Cortney Hughes, a consultant in California. I sent a little perspective on my size and style, and as a result, she picked out this beauty.
Since I don’t live in California, you might think that would be a problem; but it’s not. One major way to shop is right from her Facebook group (so basically, in your pajamas). There are online parties with a large assortment of styles and patterns to choose from. New parties mean new patterns and colors of staple styles you love. (One party just happens to be tomorrow at 4:30pm PST. Just FYI.) The prices are affordable, and the quality is great. There are many other outfits that would be awesome to rock maternity; yet even if you’re not, these styles are perfect for mamas on the go.
Okay, okay, now that I’m done raving about it, you should probably go visit her page so you see what I mean. And then come back here and tell me: which style or pattern do you most want to try?
Thank you to Cortney Hughes for providing this dress for review. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors of What You Make It!