Recently, Kyra (my hairstylist) hosted a pop up shop and I came over to FINALLY see what all the hype was about. I had been eyeing an Amelia, but also wanted to check out their leggings and a Julia dress.
I tried on a few things and I fell in love. The Amelia dress is made from a stretchy material which is perfect for hiding the imperfections or chasing toddlers around in. The dress has pleats, the skirt is flowy and it has pockets. What girl doesn't love pockets in her dresses!?
(Disclaimer: I am not a fashion blogger, nor do I pretend to be. I just love sharing the clothes that I love.)
Dress: Amelia Booties: Sam Edelman
Side note: my husband insisted I take these photos in front of his massive sunflower. This thing is literally 10 feet tall and he wanted to show it off.
The Amelia I chose is black with pink/coral roses and blue leaves on it. I love the length of the dress as I can wear it to work, on a date night or when I chase the girls around which happened a bunch after these photos were taken.
Another cool feature of the Amelia is it is reversal. As in you can wear it backwards to have the zipper in the front. This is a great feature for breastfeeding moms. I know when I was pumping and breastfeeding, I had to wear clothing that gave me easy access. With a zipper in the front, you can unzip, pump or breastfeed and not feel exposed. And if you don't have kids, having the zipper in the front adds a different touch to it and makes it more fun.
As you can see, even with it backwards, the pockets are still set in the front and the pleats still show. This is the perfect versatile dress.
I also picked up a Julia dress because who doesn't love a baseball style jersey dress? I can't wait to buy my next piece. Have you seen the Carly dress? Might have to go try it on and buy one.
To buy some LuLaRoe, go here and request (telling Kyra and Jen that I sent you there) to be added to the group or comment below and I will get you added. They have giveaways and contests ALL THE TIME and get stock in weekly. Seriously could be a bad habit for my wallet.
*This post was sponsored by Kyra and Jen, consultants of LuLaRoe, but all opinions are honest and 100% mine.