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Recently LuLaRoe launched a new skirt, which is perfect for summer! However, it scared me a little, so I held off ordering it. Boho, or bohemian, is not really my style, so I had apprehensions on adding it to my boutique. After seeing a few friends receive theirs, I decided that my fears were unfounded and decided to order! Since they are here, it’s time to do one of your favorite things: review the Poppy skirt! So, here it is, my honest LuLaRoe Poppy review!
What is the LuLaRoe Poppy?
The Poppy is a boho 3-tiered skirt. Click HERE to read the full announcement I posted.
LuLaRoe Poppy Review: Fabric
The Poppy is currently available in 3 different fabrics. They are:
- Knit Eyelet
All 3 of these fabrics are fantastic for summer fabrics because they move and will keep you cool. I’m excited for these!
LuLaRoe Poppy Review: Price
The Poppy is $46, which is just $4 more than the Maxi skirt. I feel that this is more than fair because the Poppy does take more work to create with the triple tiers and encased elastic waistband.
LuLaRoe Poppy Review: Fit
I’m being transparent about my stats so that you can make a more informed opinion on which size works best for you.
I’m a size 12/14, a bottom heavy hourglass (this means I carry my weight in my hips, thighs, lower stomach, and booty), 5’4″, and a 34D.
Technically, yes I can get this on my body. Is it a good look? No. It’s pretty tight and shows every lump and bump. Sorry friends, no pictures of this trainwreck!
This is a size smaller than my typical size. Yes, the knit eyelet fabric has a ton of stretch, but it still shows off my taco tummy. Because I’m short, I have to wear it at my natural waist so it doesn’t become too long. Would I wear this size? Maybe if the first tier was a darker color?
This is my traditional size. It’s a little looser than the medium. I don’t notice much of a difference yet in length. The waistband is fitted, but not tight because of my shape. I feel that this will be the size that I normally go with.
Now we’re getting longer and looser in the waistband. Because of the gathering on the waistband, the fabric, and the gathering on the tiers, It’s not looking big or baggy. It just looks more boho without looking like the Olson twins. Would this be my go-to size? Probably not, but I would rock it for the right print or color.
There’s something about black, white, and red together that just speaks to me! So this is a 2XL. This skirt is resting on my hips instead of sitting up on my natural waist. The waistband is pretty loose at this point. Additionally, if I were to step on the front of the skirt, we would have a major wardrobe malfunction. Will I rock this size? No. I’m too clumsy to make this work.
LuLaRoe Poppy Review: Body Shape
When it comes to the Poppy, I do feel that all body shapes will be able to rock her! Where you place the Poppy will help make a difference.
Need some help figuring out your body shape? This article will help you! Click HERE to read it.
LuLaRoe Poppy Review: Overall Thoughts
Like I said, this skirt scared me initially. But, after seeing it on the bodies of my friends, I decided to jump in and place an order. Boho is not how I would usually describe my style, but I do love the ease of this skirt. The fabric is surprisingly breathable considering the weight of these skirts. Every single one weighs more than a pound. I am excited that I decided to add these to my line up in the boutique because they are something fun and different that also screams summer!