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Product Review – Sole Patches

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Sole Patches

I was recently sent a box of Sole Patches to try out. I was pretty excited to give these a try, and let me tell you why. I love shoes, especially heels. As someone who has had to cut back on how often I wear my heels due to the foot and back pain they can cause, I would love to find a product that would enable me to wear them more often.

Sole Patches are a cushion that can be worn in one of three way with your heels to make them more comfortable. You may be thinking to yourself that there is nothing new about that, there are already lots of cushions made to go into your shoes for comfort. And if that is what you are thinking, then you would be partially right. There are a couple of big differences though, and those differences play a part in why I was so excited to try Sole Patches.

With most traditional cushions for your shoes, you have two options. You can go with the insert type, which only works with closed toe shoes and rarely works with heels because they won’t stay in place. Or you can go with the pads that stick to bottom of the shoe. You place them where you think you need them. While these can be worn with any shoes, I always found the adhesive to be lacking and the cushion slides out by the end of the day. And while Sole Patches says sticking the patches to the shoe is a option, and a permanent one at that, it is not the main recommended use.

Sole Patches are actually made to be stuck directly on to your skin and then can be disposed with at the end of the day. If you use them in this fashion versus sticking them to your shoes, then you can easily switch shoes throughout the day with ease and still have the comfort of the cushions.

Sole Patches out of the box

I was sent the same box they have available for sale on their website. Each box contains six patches or three sets. Since I had three sets to test out, I wanted to be as thorough as possible in my testing. I thought the best thing to do was try each set out in very different types of shoes to see if it made any difference in how they wore and stood up through the day.

Three pairs of shoes I tries Sole Patches with

So the first thing I did was check out the directions to make sure I applied them properly.

Back of the Box of Sole Patched with Directions.

Directions:

– Make sure your foot is clean and dry.

– Flex your foot. This will ensure pad sticks to optimal surface area.

– Aim for the ball of your foot, the heel, or wherever you find pain/soreness to be a problem. (Optional: Stick to shoe for permanent fixation.)

– Remove adhesive backing from Sole Patches and apply.

That is all there is too it. Pretty simple.

 

Now before we get into how they worked with each of the shoes lets take a look at what the product claims are. Here is what the box says:

The moisture-repelling, odor-repelling, anti-microbial, shock-absorbing properties cushion your feet while walking in uncomfortable shoes, eliminating the pain and soreness you once felt after a long day! Prevents feet from sliding forward. Medical-grade adhesive is super durable and will withstand up to hours of wear, giving you the flexibility to change into multiple pairs of shoes! Don’t commit to just one pair.

Day 1 Of Testing

Botties from The Avenue.

For the first day I wanted to try out the Sole Patches in this pair of booties from the Avenue. While they are not the most uncomfortable shoes I own, I can never seem to where them to really walk in. They are mainly a put them on go out to dinner come home kind of shoes. Or occasionally I will take photos in them. Anything more than a couple of hours and I am not a happy camper in these.

So after I adjusted the Sole Patches on my feet I then, I then tried to slip my booties on. Unfortunately it was a bit of a struggle with having the patches on my feet and trying to slip them in the narrow neck of the booties. After it was all said and done I never could get my foot into the boots comfortably with the patches on. I could get my feet in, but it always felt like the patches were bunched up under my feet. After 15 minutes of trying to make it work, I gave up. I ended up taking them off and going with my comfortable shoes for the day. I had places to be.

And I do want to offer a bit of fair warning to anyone who may have sensitive feet. If you decide to take a pair of these off soon after putting them on, they aren’t super easy to take off. I wouldn’t say they are painful, but it was a bit uncomfortable. I would say that it was a similar sensation to that of yanking a Band-Aid off.

Day 2 Of Testing

TUK cat shoes I bought on ModCloth

For the second day I chose this pair of T.U.K.s I bought from ModCloth a couple of years ago. Again, they aren’t the most uncomfortable ones I own, but I would really like to increase the amount of time I can wear them. In the past two hours has been the maximum I could go in these.

I had a much easier time sliding these on with the Sole Patches on my feet. So I already felt victorious there. I almost instantly felt a difference in the comfort level. I did take a change of shoes with me, just in case, because I had a really long day scheduled full of running errands. I wanted to make sure there was a backup in case the Sole Patches didn’t work for me. Just like with the last pair, my longest run of wearing them was around two hours before my feet started to hurt, and that was without a lot of walking.

As I moved through my day I noticed at the two hour mark that I was still feeling pretty comfortable. Of course at that point I had done minimal walking, but I would normally have been in pain at this point with the same amount of activity. This had me feeling quite hopeful. From that point on I was quite a bit more active, my day involved a lot more walking. And I am happy to say at the four hour mark I was still feeling relatively comfortable.

However it was after this point that things started slowly breaking down. Around the five hour mark I was starting to hurt a bit. And by six hours, when I made it home, my feet were starting to ache. I had noticed for the last hour that the Sole Patches were feeling a little loose, and when I took my shoes off I could definitely tell they were indeed coming loose from my skin. (See picture below to see it coming off after wear) I also had started to slide down in my shoe a bit in the last hour, and I notice when I took my shoes off my right foot had developed a blister on the small toe from all the walking.

Sole Patches pulling away from my skin at the end of the day.

Even though it didn’t have me dancing in the street for a full twenty-four hours, I still found the increase wear quite impressive. I seriously doubt I would ever be able to walk in any shoes a straight twenty-four hours to even test it out.

Day 3 Of Testing

Eva & Zoe platform heels

On the third day I decided to try the Sole Patches out while wearing these Eva & Zoe platform heels. This particular pair of heels have always been those shoes that you wear a different pair of shoes to the restaurant of choice. You put this pair on right before walking into the restaurant. You go get seated, eat, and leave. And then you immediately change back into the other shoes once you are out of the restaurant.

I didn’t really have any errands to run for the third day. I was only cleaning house. So this unfortunately prevented me from fully testing them out, because its just not possible (at least for me) to clean in these. However I was able to put them on for a while and test them. For this pair they slid on find. I did find that it made them a little uncomfortably tight though. The comfort was there, and I was able to walk around fine. I only had them on for about a half an hour, but that was already well past the usual breaking point in this pair of shoes.

Overall I really like these. I think they are worth a try if you are a shoe lover who would like to extend the wear time of your shoes. Though as you saw from my experience they may not be wearable with all shoes.

I you would like more information on Sole Patches or to find out where to purchase them you can find that on their website.

Tell me in the comments below, have you or would you give these a try?

 

 

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Hidden Gems Of Amazon – CowCow Seamless Sleeveless Skater Dress

Plus size skater dress from CowCow with a unicorn print

Hidden Gems of Amazon

It is time for another Hidden Gems Of Amazon. If you missed the previous posts in this series this is where I buy low cost plus size items on Amazon from unknown brands. I try on the clothes for you guys and give you a full report on the sizing and quality.

This time I am trying on a sleeveless skater dress from CowCow. CowCow is not as unknown as the previous brands I have done, but I feel like it’s still unknown enough that it was safe to include it. I mean I still hear at least once a month someone tell me they never heard of Torrid, so I know there are tons of people who haven’t heard of CowCow.

I actually had been thinking about giving this brand a try for a little over a year now. I first heard about it in a plus size vintage inspired BST group on Facebook. Many of the women in that group, like me, really like cute and kitschy prints. I hesitated for a long time debating over their sizing. This is a brand that comes out of China I believe, so you know how sizing can be. But I had many conversations with people and it just added to my confusion. You see I was told everything from they run true to their sizing chart to you should size down two because of how stretchy the material is.

For reference here is their size chart:

CowCow Size Chart

What I ended up hearing the most was size down one compared to their size chart. I am usually a 2X or 18/20 at most plus size stores. My measurements are bust: 49″, waist: 42″, and hips: 54″. Since the size chart would put me closest in a 3X I decided to go with a 2XL. Also for those of you who do not fit in these sizes, they have recently added sizes 4X and 5X. However I could not find the size chart for those. But I think you can pretty easily estimate measurements based on the sizes above.

CowCow Golden Unicorn Skater Dress

This is the CowCow Golden Unicorn Sleeveless Skater Dress. However this is not the dress I ultimately am showing you picture of me in. See when I listened to other people about sizing, it didn’t fit. I should have just went by the size chart.

I did not take a picture of me in it, but it was very tight. I was able to put it on. But there was like a ring of fabric that formed around my waist, especially right above my butt. It was kind of like the roll effect you get when you wear spanx, except this was in the opposite direction . So I ended up selling it. I do think that sizing may be a bit depend on two things 1. your body shape 2. your personal preference on how form fitting your clothing can be.

I wanted to reorder this same dress in the next size up, but at the time I was placing my order they were out of this pattern (they have since restocked if anyone is interested and it runs anywhere from $17.99 to $19.99 depending on the size you pick). So I went with my next choice.

CowCow Black Unicorn Skater Dress

This is the CowCow Black Unicorn Sleeveless Skater Dress. It sells for anywhere between $18.99 and $20.99 depending on the size you order. This time I ordered a 3X and the results were much better for me.

Trying on the black unicorn skater dress from CowCow

I paired it with a simple charm necklace I bought from a vintage store and a pair of light pink satin heels from Mootsies Tootsies. They no longer make those shoes and I honestly could not find anything even close to this style.

Side view of the plus size CowCow skater dress

The fit is much better in this size 3X. I do still have a bit of the wrinkling of the fabric just above my butt. However I think its pretty minimum, and if I sized up I more it would be too loose for my tastes.

Back of the unicorn print skater dress from CowCow.

For those of you who haven’t heard about this brand, the material they use is unusual. And my understanding is they use the same material on everything they make. I have heard it described as swimsuit material. I don’t personally think that is accurate. It is definitely similar to that kind of material. To me it feels closer to some active wear I have owned. But if you decide to order something, just be prepared that it’s not your average item.

Plus size skater dress from CowCow with a unicorn print

They have lots of patterns, from the more sedate to these fun kitschy prints. There is something for everyone’s taste.

They have more than just dresses as well. They also sell leggings, shirts, and socks. Not all categories are always available on Amazon though. There is a much bigger selection available as well as more customization available through the CowCow Website. There are definite plus and minuses to either way you order. The biggest being prices are cheaper ordering through Amazon, but there is less selection than on CowCow’s actual website.

Another cool thing about their website is if you happen to be an artist that always wanted to put one of your prints on clothing, you can do that and make money through CowCow. Take the time to check it out. And let us know in the comments below if you do have a print on CowCow that we should check out.

I want to hear from everyone. Let me know in the comments below if you have tried CowCow and what your favorite thing from them is.

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Product Review: No7 Glamorous Nudes Eye Palette

A lok inside the No7 Glamorous Nudes Palette

Just this past summer my local Walgreens made some major changes to their cosmetics section of the store. They started having staff on hand at the makeup counter all the time to answer questions and check you out. They now give product samples to you when you buy cosmetics at the beauty counter. And they launched two new lines in store that you don’t usually see at the pharmacy here. One was Soap & Glory and the other was No7 from The Boots Company. They both got pretty prominent displays near the front of the store and quite a bit of advertising.

I was not really familiar with either brand. Soap & Glory I had seen a few times when I was walking through Ulta in the past and random post on social media, but that was about it. And No7, I don’t remember ever hearing about it before, but since its launch in Walgreens I have heard a fair bit about how great it is.

I decided I wanted to make an effort to try some things from both brands. I mean with everything I had heard about both of these brands I should be able to find some solid items that I love. So back at the end of November I was walking through the cosmetics in Walgreens and I saw the first of the Christmas products was out. I noticed No 7 had a little eyeshadow palette out.

It is called the Glamorous Nudes Eye Palette. This palette is available both in store and online, but it does say it is limited edition. The colors looked good, and it was only $10, can’t go wrong. At least that is what I thought. Yeah….Spoiler Alert!!! I didn’t like this palette.

I generally don’t like to do negative reviews, but this is one of those things that if I can help someone save their money I have to do it. Don’t get me wrong, there are some aspects of this palette that I liked, but we will get into that as we go. First lets take a look at the actual product.

Outside case of the No7 Glamorous Nudes Eye Palette

The palette itself feels pretty sturdy, I am actually not sure if its metal or plastic. My best guess is its a very light weight metal. The size is about the size of my hand. As far as packaging goes this was one area I really liked about this palette.

A lok inside the No7 Glamorous Nudes Palette

As you look inside there is a full mirror on the top od the case. I also liked that about the palette. I am afraid that is where the positives stop for me and it all goes down hill.

There is a small brush included with the palette, however it is pointless in being there. I don’t mind small brushes since I have hooded lids, but this brush does not pick anything up and is not full enough to use as a blending brush.

There are eight colors included in the palette. Nowhere online or on the packaging tells you names of the shadows or what type they are. The cardboard overwrap may have had something on it, but that got tossed in the trash before I even thought about writing this post. So since I have nothing to go by I will give you my best educated guess as to what is included and a description of the colors.

There appear to be four satins, three shimmers, and one glitter eyeshadow. Starting at the top from left there is cream color(satin), a peachy flesh tone (shimmer), a light silvery blue (glitter), a grayish brown(satin). Then on the bottom row from the left a light tan color(satin), a sort of bronzy brown(shimmer), light taupe brown(satin), and a medium brown(shimmer).

I did finger swatches below for you. They are in the same order as listed above. The first two shadesare barely visible at all because of how close they are to my skin tone. As I said, these are finger swatches, yet you can see that they still are barely visible. Usually finger swatches will give you better coverage than what a brush will, and that is still true here.

Finger Swatches of the colors in the No7 Glamorous Nudes Eye Palette

I tried to take pictures once I did an eye look with these shadows, but there was really no point. There is just no pigmentation. Even with lots of build up they barely showed up on me. The only one that had any amount of color was the one glitter shadow, but you can’t really make an eye look with it alone. And when I tried to add multiple colors they really all started to muddy up and look alike.

I would not recommend this palette, not even for a gift. I am on the paler side and I couldn’t get these shadows to show up on me. You might, and this is a big might, have better success if you fall in the porcelain range of skin tones.

I personally am passing mine on to my very young teenage niece who wants to start playing with makeup. The pigmentation is so little in this, I figured she can’t do much damage with this. Not much chance of having overdone eyeshadow when she walks out of the house.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mad For Plaid

Plaid All Nighter Pant and Black lace up tee from torrid

If I haven’t mentioned it a hundred times before, I am absolutely in love with all the plaid that is out this year. And this is no exception.

Plaid All Nighter Pant and Black lace up tee from torrid

For this look I have on a the Torrid Deep V Lace Up Top in Black. Unfortunately the black is sold out online, however it is available in an olive green color. However, if you really like the black check Torrid’s website often as they are prone to bringing items back periodically. You can find the olive green version on both Torrid’s Website and on Amazon.

 

Plus size outfit from torrid.

My shoes are from Madden Girl. They were from several years ago. But if you would like something similar take a look at the Madden Girl Debbra Sandal.

 

Back view of the Torrid All Nighter Ponte Pant.

And the pants are Torrid’s Skinny Pant – Multi-Zip Plaid All-Nighter Ponte. I have several versions of this pant. It is by far my favorite pant. It is like a mix of a thick legging meets a dress pant. It smooths you all over, but it remains extremely comfortable. And it makes your booty look great. These pants are available both on Torrid’s Website and on Amazon

 

Torrid's All Nighter Ponte Pant paired with a Lace Up Tee.

I have worn this several times now, and I can honestly say it is one of my favorite outfits this season. It is comfortable, easy to wear, and it always gets compliments.

 

Tell me in the comments, what is your favorite pair of pant?

 
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Product Review And Gift Idea – Bouchard Chocolate Pralines

Bouchard Chocolates availabe at Target

I was recently sent a sampling of Bouchard Chocolate Pralines to review and asked to help spread the word about them now being available in Target stores. It brought up fond memories of my childhood when every year around Christmas my mother would let me order Belgian Chocolate Pralines out of a catalog she had. They were always some of my favorite things to have as a treat, and I suppose that hasn’t really changed as an adult.

I have never been one to really like any sort of cream filled candy that comes in the average American chocolate box, and I think that is why I have always been so fond of Belgian Chocolate Pralines. These aren’t your average chocolates, they are more like chocolates for foodies.

If you aren’t familiar with them don’t let the word praline get you confused. There are several types of pralines in the world, and some people here in the US might automatically think of French Pralines like what are served in the New Orleans area. Belgian Pralines are closer to what you would call a bonbon here in the US.

Let’s take a look at what I received.

Sample Box of Bouchard Chocolate Pralines

This is not the box sold in Target, but just a sampling box for review. However, I think it was still a pretty nice looking box for being just a sample box.

Inside of the Bouchard Chocolte Sample Box

As you can see I got to try nine different flavors, each one more delicious than the last. And in case you wanted a closer look at some of them, I took these:

Close up of two Belgian Chocolate Pralines from Bouchard Chocolates

On the left is Hazelnut & Puffed Rice and on the left is Crème Brulee.

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On the left Creamy Caramel and on the right Coconut Cream.

Belgian Chocolate Pralines

On the left Vanilla Mousse and on the right Almond Gingerbread.

 

As you can see they are as aesthetically pleasing as they are pleasing to the taste buds. And speaking of taste buds, I had to snap a shot of me trying the Blueberry Ganache, because I am forever a dork.

Me trying one of the Bouchard Belgian Chocolate Pralines

I am not sure why I look so surprised, so lets chalk it up to being surprised at how awesome these taste.

 

And in case you were wondering what was on the inside of these, I even managed to get a picture of that.

Inside of a Belgian Chocolate Praline

This is the inside of the Chocolate Mousse. It has a smooth moussey texture that I really love. Moussey is probably not an actual word, but you guys know what I mean.

The only flavor out of the ones I was sent that I did not get a close up shot of is the Raspberry Ganache. It would be really hard to pick a favorite, because they are all so good, but I would say the Crème Brulee and the Almond Gingerbread are must tries because of how unusual they are.

As I mentioned earlier, what I received is not what is available at Target. Though they may contain some of the same flavors as I sampled.

Bouchard Chocolates availabe at Target

What you can get at Target is one of these two packages pictured above. Which as you can tell from the pictures are already wrapped for gift giving. Convenient, right? I don’t know about you guys, I love to wrap the presents but never seem to have the time. And I think these will make great presents for lots of people. I mean, with the exception of people who are allergic, who doesn’t like chocolate? And if they don’t, do you really need that kind of negativity in your life? Okay I am just joking about that last part, but keep an eye on those people. You obviously can’t trust anyone who doesn’t like chocolate.

But in all seriousness, and back to the topic at hand, here are the two options available at Target:

Bouchard Small Wrapped Ballotin 125g – $5.49

Bouchard Medium Wrapped Ballotin 250g – $9.99

Super affordable even for a tight budget. I know where I am headed to tomorrow for Christmas shopping. How about you? Plus if you have a foodie like me on your list, its an appropriate gift no matter what your age.

If you would like to find out more about Bouchard Chocolates you can find them online at http://www.bouchardchocolate.com/ or on Instagram.

Let me know in the comments below if you have tried Bouchard Chocolates before. What is your favorite?

 
These Chocolates were sent to me for review purposes, but as always the opinions expressed are completely my own.
 

 

 

 

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Try Out LuLaRoe With Me, A Review And …. A Giveaway!

LuLaRoe Nicole Dress in a size 2XL

LuLaRoe Giveaway

So a few weeks ago two lovely ladies approached me with an offer. LuLaRoe representatives Jessica Bartell and Beckie McGonagle contacted me and asked me if I would like to try some clothing from LuLaRoe and do a review and giveaway. I had never had a chance to try LuLaRoe before, and if there are two things you guys have learned about me by now you should know how much I love trying out new brands to share and giveaways. So of course I said yes. If you want to learn more about their LuLaRoe business you can find them on their main Facebook Page and you can also ask to join their VIP Shopping Group.

While I had not had a chance to try out LuLaRoe before I had heard a bit about them, but I found there was quite a bit I did not know. Actually I am pretty sure there is still a lot I don’t know. But for those of you who are completely new to LuLaRoe I will share what I can to help you understand more about them. The majority of buying opportunities you will have come through what they call pop up shops. They are essentially like Tupperware parties, but with clothes. You get the opportunity to try on different pieces and see what fits you. However some consultants have ways for you to buy online like Jessica and Beckie do. I am told that each pattern that is created is only made in 5,000 pieces to assure that you don’t see a bunch of people wearing the same thing that you are. And each consultant has different pieces and patterns to choose from.

But back to the main story. Beckie and Jessica sent me some size charts and I consulted some people that had previously tried on LuLaRoe. After much deliberation I decided on the sizes I thought would fit me best. I will make sure to share the size charts with you all along with the items I tried. I will say this was the one area I found most difficult as their size charts are not measurement based but instead based on sizes. This worked fine for two of the three pieces I was sent, but if I had not spoken to other people who had worn the clothing I probably would have ended up with the wrong size in the third piece. This is not really a problem for most people who have had a chance to try them on in person at parties, but as I said I had no had a chance to try LuLaRoe before.

 

 

I was sent three pieces to try. I was sent The Perfect T, The Leggings, and The Nicole  Dress. In the tee I chose the XL, in the leggings I got the Tall & Curvy size, and for the Nicole Dress I went with the 2XL. For comparison my usual size in most traditional plus size stores like Torrid and Lane Bryant is a 2X or a 20W. My measurements are Bust: 49″ Waist: 42″ and Hips: 54″. And I wear a 40DDD/G bra  depends on the brand and how its made.

First lets take a look at the dress. I was sent the Nicole dress. And I tried this in the 2XL. This is the item that I was glad I consulted someone else about sizing rather than going by the size guide provided. If you want to see a size chart for the Nicole Dress click here.

LuLaRoe Nicole Dress in a size 2XL

Back view of the Nicole dress from LuLaRoe

There is so much I love about this dress. The color, pattern, style, those are all me. My one and only complaint about this dress is not really a big thing. Its really just the fabric. In general the fabric is okay, I don’t think it feels bad or anything. Its just a textured fabric. Lots of places have it right now. It seems to be very in. I really avoid it mainly because I have long haired cats. Their hair tends to grip onto this type of fabric like a vice. However I did ask questions, and I was assured that all of their dresses, tops, and skirts come in multiple fabric choices. I would definitely want to take a look at items they have in some other fabrics. But overall I would rate this four stars out of five.

 

Next lets take a look at the two separates I was sent, the Perfect T and the Leggings. I got the Perfect T in a size XL and you can see the size chart here. And the Leggings I tried in the Tall & Curvy size. You can see the Leggings size chart here. With these two items I wanted to show you them paired together (which I assume they were in a way intended for me to try them that way) and separately as I would actually use them.

First let’s look at the two pieces together, and then I will give you my thoughts on the items and show them styled separately.

LuLaRoe Perfect T in an XL and the Leggings in the Tall & Curvy size

Back view of the LuLaRoe Perfect T and Leggings on a Plus Size woman

When I took the Perfect T out of the package, I have to be honest and say I was a little apprehensive. The pattern was okay, but the colors just didn’t appeal to me offhand and the cut I was just sure was going to make me look one to two size larger than I am. I have had similar cuts that always seem to make me look pregnant. But this is why I always encourage people to try things on even if its something that is outside of your comfort zone or something you think isn’t your color or cut. You just never know till you try. So once I put it on I really loved the top. It is probably my favorite thing sent. It is both comfortable and figure flattering. I could definitely see myself purchasing more of these in the future. Overall I would rate the Perfect T five out of five stars.

The Leggings I feel a little more torn about and I will have to explain to you why. How many times have you heard those online arguments about whether leggings should be worn as pants or not? Most of those arguments arise because there are actually two types of leggings in the world. There are leggings like this which once they are on thin out and slight hints of your skin are visible, and then there are thicker fully opaque leggings. This particular type I personally would never wear out in public as actual pants, and I sometimes have a hard time even considering them leggings, to me they are more like footless tights. I wear them more in the fall and winter under skirts and dresses. I also think they are a little long in the leg for me. So I don’t dislike them, that is not the issue. I think if I view them as footless tights I would probably give them four stars out of five, but if I think of them as actual leggings I would have to make it more like three stars out of five. But again, with the exception of the length these are really more about personal preferences. Nothing bad to report about these.

Now I want to share with you how I would actually style these two pieces separately.

LuLaRoe Perfect T paired with jeans

LuLaRoe Leggings under a dress.

I think the most obvious thing is that the colors look so much different paired with these other clothes. And its not one of those things where it looks different because of the lighting. It looked different in person as well, even inside.

Overall, I have to say my first impressions of LuLaRoe are good. I want to say thank you so much to both Jessica and Beckie. I know it is incredibly hard to pick out clothing to try and suit other people’s tastes, especially when you don’t know them. I personally have tried a couple of those styling boxes where they pick out clothing for you and have never had success. These two ladies did a much better job in the first try.

Now on to the fun stuff, the Giveaway!

These two ladies want to give one of my lucky readers a $50 gift card. So yay!! The gift card is only usable with specifically them, and the giveaway is only available to residents of the US or APO addresses outside the US.

As usual there are a couple of required tasks you must complete to be entered, but there are also lots of other tasks that are optional to help you earn extra entries.

Entry to the giveaway will end on December 12 at midnight. After verification of entry the winner will be contacted no later than December 14th. The winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize, if at that time the prize is not claimed we will move to the next name drawn.

Attention: Just a note, with previous giveaways there has been confusion regarding where to comment. The comments must be left at the bottom of this page, not in the Rafflecopter box. In the Rafflecopter box you only need to say something like commented or done. You are also welcome to copy the same comment you left on this page, but it isn’t necessary.

 

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