Wearing Your Disney LuLaRoe


When the Disney® collection came out for LuLaRoe all I wanted was a Cassie skirt. I thought the patterns were amazing on these skirts. They looked fun but also adult like in their appearance. Some of the patterns I noticed on the leggings looked fun but I find them a bit childish for a grown women with no young children to hang around with. I wanted something that showed my love for Disney® but also could be worn day to day without being too outrageous. I wanted people to turn their heads and want my Disney® LuLaRoe. I didn’t want to be put on the worst dress list when I wore it.

Out of all the Cassie’s, this was the pattern that I fell in love with the most. I love the fact that you can’t tell that it’s a bunch of Minnie’s until your close-up. For this skirt, I was thinking a casual day. I was thinking wearing it for a trip to the mall or the grocery store. Maybe to an outdoor event or a day trip with your significant other. Taking your kids or niece or nephew to the park. I paired it with a matching T-shirt and a denim vest (for cooler days you can wear a denim jacket) and added some white sneakers. Right now, I’m really into the 90’s cheerleader/ Clueless look with the white lace-up simple Ked sneakers. I pulled my hair back into a messy ponytail to keep the casual look going. Adding pink sunglasses for a kick. Making this a fun, comfortable piece to wear all day.

Love you all,


In This Shoot*

Top and Cami by Torrid

Denim Vest by Ashley Stewart

Skirt by LuLaRoe

Sunglasses by  Hands of the World in Seattle, WA

Sneakers by Sperry


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