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How to Wear LuLaRoe Leggings (and How Not To)

Updated on November 21, 2017
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I have a degree in psychology, and I am a mom to three young sons. I love all things art, and I enjoy writing about my life experiences.

Photo taken by my four year old.
Photo taken by my four year old.

What Should You Wear with Leggings?

A friend recently asked me what shoes look good with leggings. Although I'm not a LuLaRoe consultant, I do consider myself to be fairly fashionable. Here are some suggestions about what to wear to dress leggings up or down, and also what not to wear with leggings. I hope you enjoy!

What Shoes Look Best?

Boots tend to look pretty good with leggings, although it is kind of a bummer that a lot of the pattern gets covered up by them. Sandals also look good with leggings. Flat shoes look good with leggings as well, or a little booties, possibly even heels. I would not recommend a large, bulky tennis shoes, as those might give off more of a frumpy look than you want. I have worn kids with leggings before, and thought that looked OK. It all depends on what type of look you're going for. You can definitely dress leggings up by wearing them with boots and a fall jacket, like this denim jacket. But I am getting ahead of myself !

Another Photo Taken By My 4-Year-Old

What Shirt/Top Looks Good?

A longer blouse, like a tunic, tends to look the best with leggings. Something that covers up your behind. I never feel right about wearing leggings with a shorter shirt that doesn't have good coverage. I mean, they are thinner pants then jeans so that just doesn't feel right to go out in public like that!

If it's cold outside, a tasteful jacket looks nice, but I would definitely not recommend wearing a big winter coat. That would just look ridiculous. The reason is because you would have a big bulky coat on top, and then thin chicken legs on the bottom. It just wouldn't look right.

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      Denise W Anderson 

      10 months ago from Bismarck, North Dakota

      Interesting observations! I have come to the same conclusions myself in trying different looks. The only one I had not thought of was the bulky coat, but then the leggings I wear are a solid color and heavier fabric. My coat is also longer, more the length of a dress, so I don't think I get the chicken look so much.

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