You all know by now how much I love LuLaRoe. I was a latecomer to the brand, but I’m now responsible for a lot of people buying a lot of leggings. #whoops.
I’ve already written about the Cassie, Julia, and Irma. Today we’re talking about another style: the Randy baseball tee. The Randy is a classic baseball tee with 3/4 length sleeves. It can be dressed up or down, within reason, which makes it a closet staple. As much as I love the Irma, I think the Randy tee shirt is a much more versatile piece.
As a testament to how versatile the Randy is, I was able to spend the whole weekend wearing the LuLaRoe Randy shirt. Between two different Randys, I was able to spend a casual day hanging out with friends, go to church, and head out on a late Valentine’s date.
On Saturday, we go to Baby Bounce at the local library, then usually head out for brunch. We don’t go anywhere fancy— we usually go somewhere pretty cheap unless we’re meeting friends— but I like to look like I didn’t just roll out of bed. Even though the other moms at the library may not be judging me, the people at restaurants might. (Probably not, but you never know.)
Since my best friend was coming to town from Nashville, I knew we were going to take pictures togeher. That played into my outfit choice too. Another factor? I had just won a beautiful striped Randy from a new consultant. It was begging to be worn.
Now, lots of people can rock the Randy and leggings look, but that wasn’t the style I wanted to go for. That left me wondering how to wear the LuLaRoe Randy shirt.
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As you can see, I was rocking my signature mom bun as well.
I accesorized with some gluten, dairy, and soy free donuts from Cashew Vegan Cafe.
On Sunday, I couldn’t decide what to wear. Both of my Julia dresses were dirty, and I wasn’t feeling my favorite dress from Pinkblush. What to wear? Channeling a popular Pinterest look, I decided to try a knotted Randy with a thrifted skirt. I mean, worst case scenario, it would look bad and I could change.
It turned out really cute! It’s actually one of my most complimented Lula outfits so far, although I can attest that it looks better when Justin isn’t photographing it. He’s a great husband, but only an okay photographer. (But he loves me enough to try anyway.)
The skirt actually has super cute pleats that don’t show up in this picture. And check out that knot! I was really proud of it, so I took an up close picture that helps show off the skirt and knot better.
Now that I’ve figured out how to style the LuLaRoe Randy shirt, it might be coming into my rotation more often. I have more outfit ideas for it that I can’t wait to try in the future.
The Randy retails for $35, the same price as the Irma and the Classic Tee.
Do you own a Randy? How do you wear it?
(PS: Randy is one of those words that starts to look fake after you type it too many times.)