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The LuLaRoe Kenny was released for consultants to purchase last week, so it’s time I write a review about this style! I appreciate when people can be honest, so I will be honest with my opinion; the good, the bad, and what I’d improve. So, without further ado, let’s get down to my LuLaRoe Kenny review!
(In case you’re not sure what the LuLaRoe Kenny is, click HERE to read the style announcement.)
LuLaRoe Kenny Review
I personally like this jacket over the LuLaRoe Jaxon because of the cut. I carry my weight in my hips, so this hits me perfectly to avoid making my hips and butt look bigger. I will say this jacket runs pretty true to size. In comparison to the Harvey, the LuLaRoe Kenny doesn’t have the chest pockets, therefore it has a flatter look to the front. If you’d like to see how the LuLaRoe Kenny compares to the other LuLaRoe denim jackets, click HERE.
Like the other LuLaRoe denim items, this jacket is made out of our incredibly soft fabric. It has incredible stretch to it, so I feel confident sizing down once. I don’t plan on buttoning this jacket, so sizing down works for me. The denim is pretty stretchy, but the twill fabrics have significantly more stretch. The Kenny features some embroidery and laser burned patterns.
Basically, the Kenny is going to become my favorite jacket really quickly. I love the different fabrications and appliques. I wasn’t a big fan of the patches on the back that we saw with the Harvey and Jaxon, so I’m thrilled that there aren’t a ton of them with the Kenny. I hope my LuLaRoe Kenny review was able to answer all of your questions!
If you would like to shop my selection of the Kenny jacket, click HERE! But don’t wait because I’m thinking these will go quickly.
Beth Adams says
if I wear an xs harvey, what size kenny would I wear?
Devin Zarda says
I would guess you could also do an XS in the Kenny!